An adult musical is coming to town this weekend. The Metrowest community theater group, Ghost Light Players, is bringing their production of Pippin to St. Mark’s School this Friday – Sunday.
Pippin is described as a Tony Award-winning musical that uses the premise of a mysterious performance troupe, led by a Leading Player, to tell the story of Pippin, a young prince on his search for meaning and significance.
Shows will be held in the air conditioned Black Box Theater at 25 Marlboro Road.
Tickets are $18 per adult and $15 for seniors and children. (Though, from what I’ve read about Pippin, you should take a better look at the play content before deciding to bring your kids.)
To buy tickets online, click here. As of this posting, it appears the Friday show is already sold out. So act soon to get tickets for Saturday at 8:00 pm or Sunday at 2:00 pm.
Wondering who are the Ghost Light Players? They describe themselves as:
a small, intrepid group of actors, musicians, directors and stage crew who love theater in all its variety. We are building our fledgling group into something that lasts.
Ghost Light Players hearken back to the days of old, when traveling troupes entertained their patrons with little more than a few props, masterful skill and an avid love of theater. Our sets are small, our costumes are minimal, but our talents and passions are great. We hope you will join us.