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Preview: JAN 21-23, 2025
Opening: JAN 24, 2025
Closing: MAR 1, 2025
ASL Performance: FEB 11, 2025

$30 Preview Performances
$45 Performances

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

We've got magic to do!
PIPPIN is a captivating and surprising romp of a musical. This dark-comedy tells the story of King Charlemagne's son, Pippin, as he embarks on a quest to find his true identity and purpose. This magical musical features an infectiously unforgettable score from four-time Grammy winner, three-time Oscar winner and musical theatre giant, Stephen Schwartz. Follow Pippin on his journey to be extraordinary and find his "Corner of the Sky." Along the way he seeks the "Glory" of the battlefield, the "Morning Glow" from the temptations of the flesh and the intrigues of political power. His enthralling odyssey explores the realms of good and evil, reality and fantasy. "Join us… we've got magic to do, just for you."


adult content advisory
advisory scale 4 of 6
sexual advisory
advisory scale 3 of 6
language advisory
advisory scale 1 of 6
violence advisory
advisory scale 3 of 6

Trigger Warning:
Love, lust, murder, grief, and holy war are all themes this play handles. Pippin is longing to find the place where he belongs. During moments of war in this musical, there are mentions of rape, hanging people, slaughtering people, and killing people. A duck dies.
advisory scale 4 of 6 Adult Content: There are moments of war, sex, murder, and love in this play. Pippin experiences these things on his journey to find the place he belongs.

advisory scale 3 of 6 Sexual Content: There are lots of mentions of sex and staged moments in this play depicting sex and an orgy.

advisory scale 1 of 6 Language: Word Count – Hell 1X, Dammit 1X, Damn 3X, Goddamn 1X, Sh*t 1X Bullsh*t 1X, Asshole 1X

advisory scale 3 of 6 Violence: This musical depicts moments of war and violence onstage.

Seating Chart

*There is no late seating or re-seating at The Studio Theatre. This is for your safety and the safety of the performers.