The Tennessee Performing Arts Center will be giving away tickets to the Broadway musical, Pippin. Pippin is full of extraordinary acrobatics, magical feats, choreography in the style of Bob Fosse and soaring songs from the composer of Wicked. This unforgettable new production is the winner of four 2013 Tony Awards® including Best Musical Revival.
Pippin will be at Andrew Jackson Hall from March 10—15. Ticketing information and more details can be found online at www.tpac.org.
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Behind the Stage: “My Corner of the Sky”
Guest Blog by TPAC Public Relations Intern Maura Harwood
“The things you are passionate about are not random; they are your calling.” by Fabienne Frederickson, has and always will be one of my favorite quotations. We constantly find ourselves searching for our place in life, our one true calling, and our passion. I’m lucky to have found mine in theater.
Last semester, as a student at Belmont University, I had the amazing opportunity to study in New York City. I attended the program with one thought in mind: I need to be immersed in theater. I was lucky enough to secure an internship with one of the biggest theatrical press agencies in the city, working on shows such as Matilda, Book of Mormon, and one of my personal favorites, Pippin.
I saw Pippin on Broadway in November of 2014 and was entranced by Pippin’s story and how closely I related to his quest to find his “corner of the sky,” especially as I prepare to graduate from college in May. I loved everything about Pippin’s battle between leading an extraordinary and extravagant life and living an extraordinary but simple life. With amazing music and dazzling acrobatics, I fell in love.
When I returned to Nashville in January, I found myself running into Pippin and its incredible story again, this time as an intern at Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Being able to work closely with a show that is so near and dear to my heart for a second time is a full circle moment for me and it proves one thing. Theater is my corner of the sky. I think Pippin would be proud.
Where’s your corner of the sky? I encourage everyone to see Pippin on March 10-March 15 at TPAC and find out for yourself.
Tickets available at www.TPAC.org