Watch Girl From the North Country Broadway Cast share their Thanksgiving moments


This holiday season, the Broadway cast of Girl from the north of the country sat down to talk about the Thanksgiving celebration on stage every night and what they are grateful for this holiday season. Discover Jeannette Bayardelle, Mare Winningham, Austin Scott and more.

Girl from the north of the country resumed performances on October 13 at the Belasco Theater. The Bob Dylan jukebox musical opened on March 5, 2020, before the theater industry closed for more than a year.

Many original actors have returned, including Bayardelle, Winningham and Scott, as well as Todd Almond, Jennifer Blood, Law Terrell Dunford, Matthew Frederick Harris, Caitlin Houlahan, Robert Joy, Marc Kudisch, Luba Mason, Ben Mayne, Matt McGrath, Tom Nelis, Jay O. Sanders, John Schiappa, Kimber Elayne Sprawl, Rachel Stern, Chiara Trentalange, Bob Walton and Chelsea Lee Williams. Colin Bates has joined the company.

Featuring a book by director Conor McPherson and music from Dylan’s catalog, the musical offers a glimpse into a small community in Duluth, Minnesota, where the Laine family operate a dilapidated guesthouse.

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Girl from the north of the country features stage design and costumes by Rae Smith; orchestrations, arrangements and musical supervision by Simon Hale, with additional arrangements by Hale and McPherson; lighting design by Mark Henderson; sound design by Simon Baker; direction of movement by Lucy Hind; and musical direction by Marco Paguia.

The Broadway production is produced by Tristan Baker and Charlie Parsons for Runaway Entertainment, Steven Lappin, Sony Music Entertainment / Sony ATV, David Mirvish, Len Blavatnik, The Dodgers, Eric and Marsi Gardiner, Dianne Roberts, John Gore Organization, Nederlander Presentations, Inc.., Tommy Mottola, Independent Presenters Network, Rod Kaats, Diana DiMenna, Mary Beth O’Connor, Barbara H. Freitag, Patrick Catullo, The Old Vic and The Public Theater, with Aaron Lustbader as executive producer.


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