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The Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Pippin is now playing at the Sydney Lyric at The Star. It stars Ainsley Melham (Aladdin on Broadway and across Australia) as the young and confused protagonist Pippin and Gabrielle McClinton (Pippin Broadway and US National Tour) as the charming and manipulative Leading Player.

Returning to the stage after an extraordinary award-winning career in television, Kerri-Anne Kennerley plays Berthe, Pippin’s saucy grandmother. Simon Burke (Sydney Theatre Company and Les Misérables) plays Pippin’s demanding father Charles, Lucy Maunder (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Beautiful) takes on the widow and mother role of Catherine; Leslie Bell (Broadway’s Chicago and Ragtime) will play Fastrada; and Euan Doidge (Les Misérables and Kinky Boots) is Pippin’s half-brother Lewis.

Full of extraordinary acrobatics, wondrous magical feats and soaring songs from Stephen Schwartz, the composer of WICKED and Godspell, Pippin has been lovingly crafted to become Broadway’s high-flying, death-defying musical. This unforgettable new production is the winner of four 2013 Tony Awards including Best Musical Revival and was hailed as 'Astonishing. A PIPPIN for the 21st century. Dazzling and awe-inspiring' by Ben Brantley of The New York Times. It is unlike anything Australia has seen on stage and now Sydney audiences have the opportunity to experience Pippin!

Pippin is noted for many Broadway standards including 'Corner of the Sky', 'Magic To Do', 'Glory', 'No Time At All', 'Morning Glow' and 'Love Song'.

Photo Credit: Scene from Broadway cast. Photo by: Joan Marcus

"Astonishing. A Pippin for the 21st century"

The New York Times

"An eye-popping, jaw-dropping, visually stunning extravaganza"


"Everything you could dream of in a musical"

Daily News

"A Truly dazzling feat of theatrical alchemy"

Chicago Tribune

"Pure theatrical bliss!"


"Sensational! A knock 'em dead extravaganza!"

The Wall Street Journal