The return to the stage begins with the April 7 joint production of Pippin
On April 7, Bristol Community College’s theater program will host its first main stage production since the start of the pandemic with Pippin under the musical direction of professors from UMass Dartmouth’s music department.
The collaborative production is directed by Elizabeth Bettencourt, Deputy Artistic Director of New Bedford Festival Theatre. The production also includes musical direction by Dan Monte, associate professor at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, and choreography by Brooklyn Toli, assistant professor of theater at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Book by Roger O. Hirson. Music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz.
In this odyssey of self-discovery, young Prince Pippin seeks meaning and satisfaction in his life. This magical and musical classic follows Pippin on his quest through war, murder, temptation and love as he tries to find his “corner of heaven”.
The musical production will take place at the Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center Main Stage Theater on Bristol CC’s Fall River Campus from Thursday, April 7 through Saturday, April 9, beginning at 7 p.m.
Learn more about the production and the partnership.
Tickets can be purchased online.
Please note that all students, staff and community members attending Bristol indoor events must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, as defined by college policy, or have valid COVID-19 accommodation. 19.