Pippin, Award-Winning Revival of a Classic Musical

Norton Herrick

CEO of the Herrick Company, Norton Herrick

As the chief executive officer at the Herrick Company, Norton Herrick heads one of the country’s most established real estate investment firms. Under the leadership of Norton Herrick, the company has expanded to include an entertainment division that produces and finances major motion pictures and Broadway plays.

In recent years, the Herrick Company has produced a number of movies, including  the films 2 GUNS, The Moth Diaries, Lone Survivor, and Very Good Girls, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Alongside its successful motion pictures, the Herrick Company backed the hugely successful 2013 revival of the musical Pippin. The production captured the 2013 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical and won several Drama Desk Awards for outstanding musical, directing, choreography, and featured actress.

Pippin is the story of a royal heir who embarks on a fantastic adventure to find his “corner of the sky.” It was originally brought to the stage in 1972, a production that was recognized with multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards before closing five years later.

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About nortonherrick

Norton Herrick, The Chief Executive Officer And Chairman Of An Investment Firm With Offices In Four States, Has Enjoyed A Considerable Amount Of Success Over The Span Of His Career. Since Forming The Herrick Company, Inc., He Has Closed Transactions Totaling Over $4 Billion, Primarily In Real Estate.
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