Cast Announced for Pippin

Posted: November 10, 2016

The cast for our winter production of Pippin has been announced by director Jeremy Lum.

Character Actor
Leading Player Talia Rossi
Pippin Noah Jackman '17
Charles Jack Jensen '17
Lewis Ronan Shaw '18
Fastrada Yazmine Ocampo
Berthe Gina Saglimbeni
Catherine Carley Gilbert
Theo Liam Fowler '20
Fortune Teller Ashley Stephens
Player, Swords Orion Cruz '18
Player, Cups Colby Lepore '18
Player, Wands Alex Aguirre '17
Player, Coins Matthew Swain '19
Gymnasts
Dante Carollo '18
Dominic Carollo '18
Swing
Lauren Chivers
Evan White '19
Ensemble











Tolentino Buzo '17
Josiah Cannon '20
Hannah Franchetti
Conor Gallivan '19
Anna Greene
Elizabeth Grim
Leo Mangalindan '19
JP Micallef '20
Ryan Remmel '19
Isaiah Saluta '18
David Sie '17
Natalie Sousa
Milan Williams
Assistant Directors

Ryan Gotshall '17
Dante Zanotto '17
Andre Cristofi '18
Stage Manager Chris Negrete '17

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