With an infectiously unforgettable score from four-time Grammy winner, three-time Oscar winner and musical theatre giant, Stephen Schwartz, Pippin is the story one young man’s journey to be extraordinary. This updated circus-inspired version of Pippin continue to captivate and appeal to audiences across the age spectrum. Photos by Andrew Henry

The band of Pippin before the show.
Raheem Harris plays a newscaster informing Pippin of the terrible things his father has done.
The cast of Pippin’s final pose after performing the song “Just No Time at All.”
Fastrada (Sara Abo-Harb) plots against her son and husband. 
Pippin (Jason Boyer) speaks to a beheaded soldier (Jeff Bynu) after his first battle. 
Catherine (Casey Innes) and her son Theo celebrate Pippin’s (Jason Boyer) one year anniversary with them.
The actors in the royal court of Charlamagne. 
Matt Morris as King Charlamagne.
Boyer as Pippin decides to talk to his father.
Pippin (Jason Boyer) and the leading player (Jasmine Bryant) read the bad news about his father.
One of the submitted Pippin posters designed by Madison Argo, a graphic design major at DCCC.

Author: shannonkreardon

Journalism student at Delaware County Community College, avid concert go-er, and amateur photographer. Executive Editor at The Communitarian, Associate Editor at Metal At The Gates.

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