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Pippin
a Musical
CATEGORY : DRAMA MUSICAL
by Stephen Schwartz

COMPANY : Peachtree Ridge Playhouse [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Peachtree Ridge High School [WEBSITE]
ID# 1298

SHOWING : October 02, 2003 - October 04, 2003

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

ACT ONE

Pippin, a young prince searching for complete fulfillment, sets foot on the outside world. In his search, he valiantly decides to become a soldier. So, he joins his father's campaign but he soon realizes that he thought "There'd be more plumes." He then visits his grandmother, who gives him some "wise" advice. But Pippin finds out that her advice wasn't so wise after all. Meanwhile, Charlemagne, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire and Pippin's father, is up to his usual business of slaying thousands. Upon hearing this, Pippin decides to murder him.

ACT TWO

King Pippin tries ruling his father's empire but soon discovers that it's more than a piece of cake. He tries different careers. Finally, in despair, he thinks that he has no more hope in achieving his complete fulfillment. Then suddenly, out of the blue, your average ordinary kind of woman, Catherine, picks him up off the street. Pippin is charmed by the woman with a small boy and a large estate. But, still thinking that love isn't complete fulfillment, he leaves her. With nothing else to try, there is only one thing left -- the finale.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Jake B Cullens
Musical Director Frank Steele
Stage Hand Amanda Brook
Assistant Stage Manager Amanda Brook
Stage Crew Kitty Burdette
Stage Manager Christopher Shane Dills
Noble James Augustus Langley
Leading Player Katie Truett
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