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Pippin Chicago | Cadillac Palace Theatre

Pippin Chicago | Cadillac Palace Theatre

A magical and high-flying treat awaits Chicago theatergoers this summer! Pippin, the 2013 Tony Awards’ Best Musical revival winner, takes over the Cadillac Palace Theatre for two weeks only. Opening on July 29, 2015, Pippin plays Chicago until August 9, 2015.

Pippin chronicles a young prince’s journey for self-discovery and to have an extraordinary life. In his journey, Pippin must decide what matters most and determine the life path to take. Will he choose to lead a simple yet happy life or will he risk everything he has for a single blaze of glory? Pippin‘s unforgettable story is told by a mysterious performance troupe’s Leading Player. A jaw-dropping musical extravaganza with soaring songs and mind-blowing magical feats, Pippin brims over with amazing acrobatics choreography by Les 7 Doigts de la Main. Pippin also features book by Roger Hirson and score by Stephen Schwartz that include songs like “Magic To Do,” “Extraordinary,” and “Corner of the Sky.” Directed by Diane Paulus, this spectacular production won four Tony Awards in 2013.

Don’t miss the death-defying and astounding Pippin as it opens at the Cadillac Palace Theatre on July 29 (Wednesday) at 7:30 PM. The regular performances are at 7:30 PM from Tuesday to Friday and at 2 PM and 7:30 every Saturday and Sunday. A special Thursday matinee will be at 2 PM on July 30. The run time of Pippin is 155 minutes with an intermission

Review the ticket options featured below for premium seating and sold out tickets. Tickets may be above face value and this site is not affiliated with the venue.

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Cast


Pippin Chicago Cast
Cast
Leading Player – Sasha Allen
Pippin – Sam Lips
Charles – John Rubinstein
Fastrada, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Sabrina Harper
Catherine – Kristine Reese
Berthe – Adrienne Barbeau
Lewis, u/s Pippin – Erik Altemus
Player – Andalousi
Player, u/s Catherine, u/s Fastrada – Bradley Benjamin
Theo – Jake Berman
Player – Dmitrious Bistrevsky
Player – Keven Langlois Boucher
Swing, Assistant Choreographer, Dance Captain – Mark Burrell
Player, u/s Lewis – Mathew deGuzman
Player – Sammy Dinneen
Swing, u/s Pippin, u/s Lewis – Henry Gottfried
Player – Kelsey Jamieson
Player – Preston Jamieson
Player – Anna Kachalova
Player, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Lisa Karlin
Player, u/s Charles – Alan Kelly
Theo – Stephen Sayegh
Player, u/s Catherine – Anna Schnaitter
Player – Katie Smith
Swing, u/s Fastrada, Acro Cover – Kate Wesler
Player – Borris York

Creative
Book – Roger O. Hirson
Music and Lyrics – Stephen Schwartz
Director – Diane Paulus
Choreography – Chet Walker
Circus Creation – Gypsy Snider
Scenic Design – Scott Pask
Costume Design – Dominique Lemieux

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Address: 151 West Randolph Street Chicago, IL 60602
Cadillac Palace Theatre Capacity: 2344

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Pippin Chicago | Cadillac Palace Theatre

Pippin Chicago | Cadillac Palace Theatre

With its enigmatic Leading Player at the lead, a mysterious performing troupe is on its way to Chicago. Pippin, the new staging of a well-loved Stephen Schwartz classic and Tony winner for Best Revival in 2013, is part of the 2014-2015 Broadway in Chicago series. Opening on July 28, 2015, Pippin converts the Cadillac Palace Theatre into a big top during its two-week run n Chicago until August 9, 2015.

Pippin, Broadway’s death defying and high flying smash hit musical, comes back on theater stage after four long decades. Retelling the unforgettably captivating story of a young prince on a quest for meaning, Pippin brims with astounding magical feats, extraordinary acrobatics choreography, and marvellous songs like “No Time at all,” “Love Song,” “Magic to Do,” “Morning Glow,” “Glory,” and “Corner of the Sky.” With direction by Tony winner Diane Paulus, Pippin also features book by Roger Hirson and score by Stephen Schwartz.

Behold the jaw-dropping and eye-popping musical extravaganza as Pippin takes the spotlight at the Cadillac Palace Theater from July 28 to August 9, with evening shows on weeknights and matinee and evening performances on weekends. The run time of Pippin is 2 hours and 35 minutes with one intermission.

Review the ticket options featured below for premium seating and sold out tickets. Tickets may be above face value and this site is not affiliated with the venue.

Pippin Chicago Cast
Cast
Leading Player – Sasha Allen
Pippin – Sam Lips
Charles – John Rubinstein
Fastrada, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Sabrina Harper
Catherine – Kristine Reese
Berthe – Adrienne Barbeau
Lewis, u/s Pippin – Erik Altemus
Player – Andalousi
Player, u/s Catherine, u/s Fastrada – Bradley Benjamin
Theo – Jake Berman
Player – Dmitrious Bistrevsky
Player – Keven Langlois Boucher
Swing, Assistant Choreographer, Dance Captain – Mark Burrell
Player, u/s Lewis – Mathew deGuzman
Player – Sammy Dinneen
Swing, u/s Pippin, u/s Lewis – Henry Gottfried
Player – Kelsey Jamieson
Player – Preston Jamieson
Player – Anna Kachalova
Player, u/s Leading Player, u/s Berthe – Lisa Karlin
Player, u/s Charles – Alan Kelly
Theo – Stephen Sayegh
Player, u/s Catherine – Anna Schnaitter
Player – Katie Smith
Swing, u/s Fastrada, Acro Cover – Kate Wesler
Player – Borris York

Creative
Book – Roger O. Hirson
Music and Lyrics – Stephen Schwartz
Director – Diane Paulus
Choreography – Chet Walker
Circus Creation – Gypsy Snider
Scenic Design – Scott Pask
Costume Design – Dominique Lemieux

Address: 151 West Randolph Street Chicago, IL 60602
Cadillac Palace Theatre Capacity: 2344

Map: