- $25 for one G-Pass for left or right mezzanine (mid- to rear-) to see Once on Sunday, March 5, at 4 p.m. (up to $53.50 value)
- $25 for one G-Pass for left or right mezzanine (mid- to rear-) to see Pippin on Tuesday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m. (up to $53.50 value)
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When his girlfriend leaves him, a heartbroken Dublin musician decides to give up on music after playing one last time at a bar. But a Czech woman in the audience hears his song, and convinces him to play again. That chance meeting soon blossoms into a creative partnership and friendship—and maybe something more.
Based on the Oscar-winning film, Once transports the movie’s acclaimed songs to a stripped down, intimate stage. The Broadway production earned multiple accolades upon its debut—including eight Tony Awards, four Drama Desk Awards, and one Grammy Award—with praise for its talented cast. New York Post critic Elisabeth Vincentelli called it a “gem of a show” that “wins its standing ovations the old-fashioned way: with a love story, great songs, compelling characters and inventive stagecraft.”
Pippin, Broadway’s high-flying, death-defying hit musical, is full of extraordinary acrobatics, wondrous magical feats and soaring songs from the composer of Wicked. This unforgettable new production, the winner of four 2013 Tony Awards® including Best Musical Revival, tells the story of King Charles The Great’s son searching for his own identity amid betrayal, war, and love. As Pippin embarks on his quest for fulfillment, he encounters a colorful cast of characters with mysterious motivations, particularly a performance troupe led by the charismatic Leading Player. By turns both comic and sinister, Pippin combines compelling drama with the raw energy of rock ‘n’ roll, much like an arm-wrestling match between Hall and Oates.
Pippin’s journey is told in the classic Broadway tradition, deftly weaving together story, song, and dance. The Tony-nominated book by Roger O. Hirson is complemented by Stephen Schwartz’s sparkling rock score, which bursts to life with the piano-driven opener “Magic to Do” and continues on to such classics as “Corner of the Sky.” The sounds are matched by spectacle-heavy sights, including acrobatics and stage magic.