PIPPIN

Pippin, the musical, at Live Arts July 2017JULY 14TH JULY 30TH

Book by ROGER O. HIRSON
Music and Lyrics STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
Directed by PERRY MEDLIN
Musical Direction by KRISTIN BALTES
Choreography by HEATHER POWELL

Media Sponsor C-VILLE WEEKLY

PIPPIN is presented through special arrangement with Musical Theatre International (MTI).

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The BAND

  • Kristin Baltes — Piano
  • Lexi Clatterbuck — Piano
  • Thomas Castleman — Drums
  • Leighton Read Band — Bass
  • Josh Tucker — Guitar

The CAST

  • LEADING PLAYER — Alicia Zheng
  • PIPPIN — Alexander Ramirez
  • FASTRADA — Lainie Powell
  • CHARLEMAGNE — Elliot Craft
  • CATHERINE — Amelia Elias
  • THEO — Ida Landers
  • LEWIS — Frank Lepage
  • BERTHE — Indigo Witt

The AMAZING ENSEMBLE

  • Claire Netemeyer
  • Arina Bratkovska
  • Morgan Hall
  • Parker Nelson
  • Katie Wall
  • Christine Fernandez
  • Camden Luck
  • Georgia Castleman
  • Landon Duval
  • Jack Heaphy
  • Doug Kulow
  • Will Owen
  • Mason Robertson
  • Genki Hall

THE CREW

  • Susan Jacobson, Producer
  • Perry Medlin, Director
  • Liz Howard, Assistant Director
  • Kristin Baltes, Musical Director
  • Heather Powell, Choreographer
  • Chris Kelly, Production Stage Manager
  • Emeline Shepard, Assistant Stage Manager
  • Emma English, Assistant Stage Manager
  • Kerry Moran, Scenic Design
  • Stephen Spera, Lighting Designer
  • Bruce Young, Costume Designer
  • Emma Gonder, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Alysa Duncan, Assistant Costume Designer
  • Sarah Cain, Properties Designer
  • Anne Shelton, Properties Designer
  • Jospeh Schefer, Sound Designer
  • Marietta Feigert, Light Board Technician
  • Jadyn Kowahl, Sound Board Technician
  • Dalton Dickerson, Sound Board Technician
  • Madison Gildersleeve-Price, Follow Spot Technician
  • Evan Smith, Follow Spot Technician
  • Bryn Malone, Follow Spot Technician
  • Carrie Jesse, Contreras Dresser

The Story….

Led by the charismatic Leading Player, The multi-talented ensemble tells the story of Pippin, a young prince who longs to find passion and adventure in his life.

To prove his loyalty to his distracted father, King Charles, Pippin goes to war. But when the Leading Player convinces the prince to fight tyranny, Pippin kills Charles and takes over the throne. Realizing his mistake, Pippin begs the Leading Player to bring his father back to life, and she obliges. The prince falls in love with Catherine, a widow with a young son, and (much to the Leading Player’s chagrin), Pippin struggles to decide whether he should settle down and pursue a peaceful life or continue to make magic with the dazzling troupe of performers.