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Theater Wit
1229 West Belmont Chicago, IL 60657
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4.4 / 5 Rated by 48 members
Review from Deb O.
Red Velvet 43 events 22 reviews

Terrific performances, and a great production. Well worth seeing.

reviewed Nov 12 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Elyce
Red Velvet 16 events 6 reviews

Very enjoyable production from a really talented cast! Particular standouts were the actors who played Charlemegne and Lewis. The "players" were all excellent singers and dancers. The seats in the theater were very comfortable and roomy. All...continued

reviewed Nov 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Cynthia Henson
83 events 39 reviews

The play was really good. We enjoyed al of the music, dancing and different costumes they wore. It was well organized and all of the seats it seems were perfect to view all the stage scenes.

reviewed Oct 16 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from MaryBeth Smith
71 events 37 reviews

This production was great! Intimate theater, energetic young (for some their first professional production)actors who put their "all" into the play, all were in good voice. It was a fun evening!

reviewed Oct 22 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

The original Broadway production of _Pippin _ran for more than four years and 1,944 performances, earning 11 Tony nominations.


What does it mean to live an extraordinary life? This is the question that drives Pippin through the adventures of war, sex, politics and love – all the while guided by the malicious hand of the Leading Player. While the Players strive to steer Pippin towards the perfect, theatrically tragic end of his story, Pippin begins to discover what it truly means to be extraordinary in our world.

Full of dance, passion, and Schwartz’s iconic music, _Pippin _is the ultimate theatrical experience that will leave audiences debating what boundaries are crossed for love.

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