CCS students star in ‘Pippin
The cast, crew and musicians of the Christchurch School Performing Arts Department turned in a riveting and stunning performance of the musical “Pippin” on the weekend of February 23. As one audience member remarked, “I’m so glad I came. The music was beautiful, and I couldn’t stop laughing—the comedic timing was right on.”
The production was led by local students Erin Moon/Assistant Musical Director (Urbanna), Karl Mehler/Pippin (Gloucester), Sam Keesee/King Charlemagne (Hartfield), Betsy Rhoads/Berthe (Deltaville), Reese Rogers/The Leading Player (Reedville), Taylor Goodwin/Lewis (Hartfield) and Mariah Alderman/Katherine (Urbanna), Heath Alderman/State Crew (Urbanna), Parker Byrd/Construction Manager (Gloucester), Brook Davis/Courtier (Deltaville), Katie Peterson/Player (Gloucester), David Treakle/Nobleman (Irvington), and Braden Young/Costume Director (Kilmarnock).
The production of Pippin was directed by Dr. Pam James, Lexi Byers, and Mike Carey, and presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International.
To view photos of the production, visit http://www.christchurchschool.org.