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The Program in Vocal Performance Presents PIPPIN

Star of the show Pippin
Feb
09
Thu
8 pm - 10 pm ET
Feb
10
Fri
8 pm - 10 pm ET
Feb
11
Sat
8 pm - 10 pm ET
Feb
12
Sun
3 pm - 5 pm ET
Feb
13
Mon
8 pm - 10 pm ET
Cost
5, 10, 20
Frederick Loewe Theatre 35 West 4th Street

Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Book by Roger O. Hirson

“We’ve got magic to do, just for you…”
Pippin is a spectacular story about how our choices define us and the significance of unexpected paths.
As the show opens, a theatre troupe takes to the stage promising magic, illusion, and other delights. The players perform a show-within-a-show: the tale of Pippin, a young prince who is determined to live an extraordinary life. His quest takes him through a series of experiences of war, hedonism, politics, betrayal, love, and sacrifice. The show is filled with intrigue, humor, romance, and unexpected twists and turns. The story of Pippin’s journey asks the audience to reconsider what it means to be extraordinary as the players present an astonishing finale.
Pippin features a famous score by Stephen Schwartz, composer of Wicked and Godspell, and winner of four Grammys and three Oscars. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Tony Award winning musical - don’t miss your chance to see the spectacular story for yourself.  “Join us…”

Ticket information:
NYU ID Holders: $5
Public: $20
(Seniors and Alumni): $10

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