See Smash Broadway Hit ‘HADESTOWN’ at Bass Concert Hall, January 11-16, 2022
‘HADESTOWN’, winner of eight Tony Awards 2019Â® including Best New Musical and the 2020 GrammyÂ® Award for Best Album in Musical Theater, debuted in Austin as part of Texas Performing Arts’ 2021-22 Broadway season in Austin. “HADESTOWN” will play Bass Concert Hall January 11-16, 2022.
“HADESTOWN” is the most honored show of the 2018-19 season on Broadway. In addition to the show’s eight Tony AwardsÂ®, he received four Drama Desk Awards, six Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Outstanding New Broadway Musical, and the Drama League Award for Outstanding Production of a Musical.
The acclaimed new musical is from acclaimed singer-songwriter and Tony AwardÂ® winner Anais mitchell and developed with an innovative director and Tony AwardÂ® winner Rachel Chavkin. “HADESTOWN” marks the first time in more than a decade that a woman has been the solo writer of a musical: writing the music, the lyrics and the book, and it’s the fourth time in history of Broadway that a woman accomplishes this creative feat.
Producers Mara isaacs, Dale franzen, Hunter Arnold, and Tom kirdahy jointly said, âThroughout its development, ‘HADESTOWN’ has been deeply influenced by audiences around the world. We are delighted and honored to now share this beautiful story of hope, faith and rebirth – written and performed by two incredibly talented women and hosted by a diverse company of performers – with audiences across North America.
The show originated Mitchell’s independent theater project which toured Vermont, which she then turned into an acclaimed album. With his artistic collaborator Chavkin, “HADESTOWN” was transformed into a new genre-defying musical that mixes modern American folk music with New Orleans-inspired jazz to reinvent an ancient tale.
The North American Touring Production of “HADESTOWN” Drama Desk Award starsÂ® candidate Nicolas barasch like Orpheus, Morgan Siobhan Green as Eurydice, Tony AwardÂ® winner Levi Kreis like HermÃ¨s, Kimberly marable as PersÃ©phone, and Olivier AwardÂ® candidate Kevin Morrow like Hades.
The Fates are played by BelÃ©n Moyano, Bex Odorisio, and Shea Rennes. Characteristics of the workers’ choir Lindsey Hailes, Chibueze Ihuoma, Will mann, Sydney Parra, and Jamari johnson williams. Swings for touring production include Kimberly Emmanuel, Alex lugo, Eddie Noel Rodriguez, and Nathan Salstone.
After two intertwined love stories – that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone – “HADESTOWN” invites the public on a hellish journey into the underworld and vice versa. Mitchell’s haunting melodies and Chavkin’s poetic imagination pit industry against nature, doubt against faith, and fear against love. Performed by a dynamic ensemble of actors, dancers and singers, “HADESTOWN” offers a deeply resonant and hopeful theatrical experience.
The GrammyÂ® winner “HADESTOWN” The original Broadway Cast recording is now available on Hadestown.com/music. The album is produced by David Lai, Sickafoose and Mitchell on Sing It Again Records.
Starting at $ 35. Tickets are available on texasperformingarts.org and BroadwayinAustin.com, by phone at (512) 477-1444, or at the Texas Performing Arts box office at Bass Concert Hall. For groups of 10 or more, call (877) 275-3804 or email Austin.email@example.com
ANAÃS MITCHELL (Music, lyrics and book) is a Tony and Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter whose recordings include the original studio album by Hadestown (2010), Young man in america (2012), Bonny Cavalier Light (2019, as Bonny Light Horseman) and Anais mitchell (2022). She was named to the TIME100 list of the world’s most influential people in 2020 and her first book Working on a song – Hadestown lyrics was published by Plume / Penguin the same year. She is featured on shows around the world and her music is regularly featured on “Best-Of” lists, including NPR, The Guardian and The Wall Street Journal. Hadestown is AnaÃ¯s’s first musical.
RACHEL CHAVKIN (Director) is a Tony Award-winning director, screenwriter and artistic director of the Brooklyn-based TEAM collective. Hadestown (NYTW, National Theater, London) was one of his greatest joys. Tony and Lortel nominations and Drama Desk Award for Dave Malloy Natasha, Pierre and the great comet of 1812 (Broadway, Ars Nova, ART). London: Mission drift (National Theater), American clock (Old Vic). Select New York and regional: Marco Ramirez’s The royal (LCT; Obie Award, Drama Desk and Lortel nominations), Malloy’s Preludes (LCT3), Bess Wohl’s Small mouth sounds (Ars Nova and national tour), those of Carson Kreitzer and Matt Gould Lempicka (Williamstown Theater Festival), The Royal family (Guthrie Theater) and multiple collaborations with Taylor Mac. His first movie, Call me back, was an official selection of the Venice and Beverly Hills Festivals. 2017 Smithsonian Award for Ingenuity. Proud NYTW Usual suspect and SDC member.
DAVID NEUMANN (Choreographer). Movie: I’m a legend, Marriage story (NoÃ© Baumbach). Choreography: an octoron and Futurity (Representative of Soho); Antipodes (Signature Theater); Underground railroad game (Ars Nova); Hagoromo and Homepage (BAM); The Antipodes (Signature Theater). Collaborator and performer: Laurie Anderson, Big Dance Theater, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Doug Elkins. Director: The lesson of things (NYTW, BAM). Artistic Director, Advanced Beginner Group (PS122, NY Live Arts, The Kitchen, Symphony Space, Abrons Art Center, The Chocolate Factory, The Whitney, Walker Art Center, MASS MoCA). Recipient of the Obie Award 2020, the Chita Rivera Award 2019, three Bessie Awards for dance / performance, Tony nominated for Hadestown, nominated for the Lucille Lortel and Helen Hayes Prize.
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