A Common Thread Theatre Company‘s production of the musical “Pippin” this weekend and next will feature Natick’s Tim Caron in the title role.
Pippin follows the son of Charlemagne, who is the leader of the Holy Roman Empire, as he struggles to find meaning in his life.
The play, taking place in Dennison Memorial Hall at Boston Church of Christ in Framingham (214 Concord St.), runs Friday (Aug. 4 & 11) and Saturday (Aug. 5 & 12) at 7:30pm, and Sunday (Aug. 76 & 13) at 3pm. Tickets cost $20-$25.
A Common Thread Theatre Company states its mission as being “a community theatre, founded by local theatre veterans, which seeks to unite the Greater Boston area under a common goal: to foster, promote, and increase the public knowledge and appreciation of the arts and cultural activities through theatre and other artistic endeavors.”
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