Magic To Do

The cast and crew of Torn Ticket II’s spring major production of “Pippin,” which opens tomorrow at Cohen Auditorium and runs through April 2, have been blogging about what they call “Pippin’s magic: our production, its rehearsals, and our tech process.”

In the most recent post, senior Lily Zahn talks about how she overcame her fear of musicals to participate in “Pippin”:

As a senior, I’ve only previously performed in straight plays here. After high school I shied away from musicals to the point that auditioning for one made me super anxious. For my last show at Tufts, I decided to conquer my fear and at least audition for a musical, and to my surprise it worked out pretty great. Catherine is the newest addition to our motley troupe of players and is entrusted with the task of teaching Pippin about the joy and mundanity of an ordinary home life.


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