Pippin

Musicals

Revival

Midtown West

Until Wed Dec 31

  • $$$
  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

  • Photograph: Joan Marcus

    Pippin

Photograph: Joan Marcus

Pippin

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  • Name:

    Music Box Theatre

  • Address:

    Music Box Theatre 239 W 45th St
    Midtown West
    New York

  • Categories:

    Theater. Revival. Musicals

  • Event type:

    Plays & Shows

Pippin 2014

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phil h

My wife and I go to NY once a year and binge on broadway and off broadway (6 shows in 5 days). This is one of the best shows that we have ever seen. Patina Miller has left the cast, but she was incredible. I can watch Ben Vereen play the part on YouTube, and while I would love to go back and in time and see him, I don't think I missed anything with my Lead Player. 

The other actress that I am still thinking about is Rachel Bay Jones. She breaks your heart. Such a beautiful voice.

The Cirque du Soleil comparisons are fair, but it's all held up by an A+ Broadway musical.

Steven Fogelman

A truly wonderful mix of theater and Cirque du Soleil acrobatics make for a fresh enjoyable evening of Broadway. The singing and dancing are all A+ but I found the acting from Patina Miller as the:Leading Player and Terrance Mann as King Charlemagne stilted and unbelievable. On the other hand, precious moments of Mathew James Thomas' Pippin were quite moving. Act one came on like a lion and seemed to be satisfying by the end. But wait, there's more. The 2nd act was a little slow and overall seemed to be an awful lot of story for the simple message they conveyed. Even if you overpay for your ticket it's worth it to see Andrea Martin bring down the house and a company of great theater crafties of potential TONY winners!

gchris11

Love this show. Love the cast. seen it 8 times already was at opening night and agree with review. Get ready for a Tony win. See this show.