Pippin at Prince William Little Theatre

By Michael Clark, May 14, 2009 11:40 pm

Here are some of the materials that were used for PWLT’s Pippin I stage managed back in November 2008 to February 2009.

I. Actor Contract of Commitment

I, ______________________, hereby agree to participate in Prince William Little Theatre’s production of Pippin to be held during the months of Nov/Dec 2008 and Jan/Feb 2009. I understand the time commitment involved and agree to attend all scheduled rehearsals and performances as laid out to me with the exception of my already noted conflicts. I will arrive early and be prepared to begin at the designated start time. Should I find myself running late or unable to attend, I will contact the Stage Manager or Director as soon as possible to notify them of the change.

In addition, I understand that my physical presence and attitude affects others and are critical to the success of this production. I will maintain a positive, encouraging attitude at all times when in the presence of other members of the cast, crew, and production team as well as guests and audiences.

II. Graphic Materials

III. The Platform

Just so you’ll have some idea how the rotating platform will look and work.

IV. Spike Marks

V. Scene Compositions

Act 1 Scene 1 The Opening

Act 1 Scene 2 Home

Act 1 Scene 3 War

Act 1 Scene 4 The Flesh

Act 1 Scene 5 Revolution

Act 2 Scene 1 On the Right Track (move to Act 1 Scene 6)

Act 2 Scene 2 The Hearth

Act 2 Scene 3 The Finale

VI. Pronunciation guide


a city in northeastern Italy; pop. 218,000.

a complete or impressive collection of things.

direct a volley of gunfire along the length of (a target). ORIGIN early 18th cent. (denoting the position of a military post commanding the length of a line)

protect (a position, vehicle, or troops) against enemy observation or gunfire.

a member of the branch of the Goths who invaded the Roman Empire between the 3rd and 5th centuries ad and ruled much of Spain until overthrown by the Moors in 711.

(742-814), king of the Franks 768-814 and Holy Roman Emperor (as Charles I) 800-814; Latin name Carolus Magnus; known as Charles the Great. As the first Holy Roman emperor, Charlemagne promoted the arts and education, and his court became the cultural center of the Carolingian Renaissance.

excessive discharge or buildup of mucus in the nose or throat, associated with inflammation of the mucous membrane.

a debauched man, esp. an elderly one.

a city in southeastern France; pop. 52,590. It was the capital of the medieval kingdom of Arles, formed in the 10th century by the union of the kingdoms of Provence and Burgundy.

a river in Poland that rises in the Carpathian Mountains and flows north for 592 miles (940 km) through Cracow and Warsaw, to the Baltic Sea near Gdansk.

(esp. in international relations) an establishment or resumption of harmonious relations.

(of food) covered with liquor and set alight briefly.