Pop Of Love: JFK International Gets All Pippin’d Out To Brighten Travellers Day

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Photo courtesy of Google Images

Brittany Goldfield Rodrigues
Staff Writer

You either love airports or you hate them. One thing we can all agree on is that we all want to get to our destination and back unharmed – that and the fact that early flights are necessary but painful.  With this in mind, the Broadway musical Pippin decided to bring some happiness to JFK, giving it a nice “Morning Glow” for fliers.

According to BroadwayWorld, a picture was posted on Facebook by Duncan Stewart and Company showing the interior of JFK. The photo shows the airport full of posters with the shows name in big red letters in front of a vibrant blue backdrop. The vibrant photos give a splash of fun and love into the airport.

We at PopWrapped particularly love this little Pop of Love; its always nice for places like Airports to spice things up and be more vibrant and energetic. That, and the fact that most of us here are Broadway nerds. Fun fact, the musical’s creator, Stephen Schwartz, is also the mind behind the record breaking musical Wicked as well as Godspell.

We applaud The John F. Kennedy International Airport getting totally Pippin-ified this holiday season.

We’ve all got some “Magic To Do” after all.

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