Performing Arts
Dramat Archive

Pippin (Winter 2019)


February 22 - 24, 2019 
Werner Centennial Center

In this popular musical, prince Pippin, the son of the medieval ruler King Charlemagne, is in search of the secret to true happiness and fulfillment. He seeks it in the glories of the battlefield, the temptations of passion and the intrigues of political power. In the end, Pippin finds that happiness lies not in extraordinary endeavors but rather in the everyday moments of life. Rated PG-13.

Book by Roger O. Hirson • Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Originally produced by Stuart Ostrow and directed by Bob Fosse on the Broadway stage. The 2013 Broadway revival was directed by Diane Paulus. Mitch Sebastian originally conceived the “Theo ending” in 1998.

Cast & Crew

Ondine Finley ‘19
Juan Jo Garibay ‘20
CHARLES, his father
Curtis Brockelman ‘19
LEWIS, Pippin’s half brother
Scoobi Wilson ‘19
FASTRADA, Lewis’ mother
Dylan Foster ‘20
BERTHE, Pippin’s grandmother
Isabel von Bargen-Burke ‘19
CATHERINE, a widow
Grace Rabley ‘21
THEO, her son
AJ Paladino ‘21
Izzy Bailey ‘21, James Beit ‘22, Francesca Bradley ‘21,
Jane Burke ‘21, Nathalie Charles ‘21, Blake Cote ‘19,
Kaitlyn Eddy ‘19, Alex Ellis ‘20, Olivia Goldstuck ‘21,
Eugene Kim ‘19, Julia Krys ‘19, Jessie Kwon ‘21, Yuna Lee ‘19,
Elena McGuigan ‘22, Sasha Novozhilova ‘19, Jane Ogen ‘19,
Eva Pfeiffer ‘21, Eliza Polukhin ‘19, Isabel Sanchez ‘20,
Galym Sarkytbayev ‘19, Justin Schuster ‘19, Celia Sotirhos ‘21,
Maddie Vanech ‘19
MUSIC DIRECTOR David Chrzanowski
COSTUMES Vivian Lamb
STAGE MANAGER             Celenah Watson ‘19
ASSISTANT STAGE MANAGERS   Alison Mayer ‘21, Chris Turino ‘20
PRODUCTION CREW Elliot Kennard ‘19, Olivia Olney ‘22,
Sofi Morales Alvarado ‘19,Isaac Mullen ‘22,
Lara Stone ‘22
TIME: 780 A.D. and thereabouts
PLACE: The Holy Roman Empire and thereabouts
There will be 1 Ten-Minute Intermission.

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