Scenes from 'Pippin' on Broadway
An acrobatic "Pippin" revives on Broadway.
Audiences are sure to fall head over heads for Gregory Arsenal and the other acrobatic talent in "Pippin."
Grandmommy dearest: Andrea Martin plays Berthe, grandmother to Pippin (Matthew James Thomas) in the Broadway revival.
Matthew James Thomas, center, feels the love in "Pippin," opening April 25 at the Music Box Theater in Manhattan
Orion Griffiths seems to be having a devil of a time in "Pippin."
All the men appear to be falling for Charlotte d'Amboise, who plays Pippin's stepmom Fastrada.
Matthew James Thomas and the rest of the cast have magic to do in "Pippin."
Philip Rosenberg goes through hoops for Patina Miller in "Pippin."
Jazz hands: The influence of Bob Fosse, who choreographed the original Broadway production of "Pippin," can be felt in the revival featuring Patina Miller, center.
Patina Miller's career continues to reach new heights. The "Sister Act" star now stars as Leading Player in "Pippin."
Acrobats from the Montreal circus troupe Seven Fingers are jumping for joy in the revival of "Pippin."
Patina Miller is the charismatic Leading Player, who works her magic on Pippin (Matthew James Thomas)
Philip Rosenberg steps it up--or is it down--for his role as a Player in "Pippin."
Acrobats get into the swing of things as they surround Matthew James Thomas, center, as Pippin.