“Pippin” at Saint Genesius Players

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

The Leading Player tells us the tongue-in-cheek story of Pippin, son of the 8th Century King Charlemagne, who is on a quest to find his true calling in life. What will he do? This spectacular historical Romantic Comedy with beautiful music from Stephen Schwarz (Godspell). Based on The Story of Pippin, Son Charlemagne.

Performed by Saint Genesius Players
At East Brunswick Vocational-Technical High School
Performances ran
Friday, July 11, 2003 thru Saturday, July 19, 2003
Berthe.... Leslie Hochman Has Bio
Catherine.... Luisa Spadafino
Charlemagne.... John Wyckoff Has Bio
Fastrada.... Dannyelle L. Zywan
Leading Player.... Khy Garner
Lewis.... Javier Jimenez Has Bio
Pippin.... Rob Tilley
Player / Theo (Understudy).... Jason Van Woeart
Theo.... Joseph Ojeda
Player.... Justin Bellaro
Player.... Amanda Brill
Player.... Ashley Caton
Player.... Joanna Lajewski
Player.... Joseph Nelan
Player.... Kelly Nolan Has Bio
Player.... Alex Onish
Player.... Lucas Perez
Player.... Q
Player.... Sheilla Marie Telo
Player.... Elyse Tirell
Player.... Megan Trelease
Player.... Nicole Vuono
Directed by Letitia D. Townes Has Bio
Assistant Directed by Tracy Staley Has Bio
Choreography by Jessica Norland
Choreography by Amy Vincent
Produced by Christopher J. Guell Has photo
Produced by Dannyelle L. Zywan
Costume Design by Irma Escobar
Lighting Design by Marc Palmer
Sound Design by Wayne Wood, Jr. Has Bio
Stage Managed by Tracy Staley Has Bio
Musical Direction by James M. Lubrano
Conducted by James M. Lubrano
Set Designed by Lee Ann Potochney
Scenic Art by Brianna L. Guell Has photo
Light Operation by Todd Aikens Has Bio Has photo
Light Operation by Christopher J. Guell Has photo
Sound Operation by Wayne Wood, Jr. Has Bio
Properties by Brianna L. Guell Has photo
Musician by Eddie Castro
Musician by Karen Davino
Musician by Melissa Leshchanka Has Bio
Musician by James M. Lubrano
Musician by Kathy Spadifino

Note: These recording are not of the productions list here, but of Broadway or Hollywood versions.