Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

Hadestown Tickets

Walter Kerr Theatre | New York, New York


Welcome to HADESTOWN, where a song can change your fortune. Come, on a frightening passage to the very bowels of the underworld with Walter Kerr Theatre in the city of New York showing, on the Wednesday 8th May 2024, Hadestown! Where the lord of hell, King Hades lives, together with his disturbed wife the Queen of Summer herself, Persephone. Together they control the last living space left in all the world, The Factory. Observe with us, as Orpheus slinks down into the underworld to regain his lost love Eurydice… be watchful young traveler, for Hades is notorious for not releasing those souls that which have been conceded to him.

For a night of wonder and drama, come to the Walter Kerr Theatre on Wednesday 8th May 2024 for the acclaimed musical Hadestown. Seats are in high demand, so buy yours now and prevent regret. Created by singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin, Hadestown combines two epic legends. Mitchell’s captivating melodies and Rachel Chavkin’s poetic imagination create a universe where industry clashes with nature, devotion grapples with doubt and courage battles with fear. ‘Way Down Hadestown’, the deity Hades reigns over the underworld, having all the control without sympathy. His wife, the divinity Persephone, struggles with the dissimilarities of the lives above and the world down below. When the mortal Eurydice, the true love of Orpheus, enters into Hades’ domain, the distraught Orpheus has to follow, hoping he can alter both their fates. The souls of the two humans and two immortals entangle as a bargain is struck. Can a couple of simple mortals triumph over the god of death? immerse yourself into the colossal story of devotion, doubt and melodies on Wednesday 8th May 2024 at the Walter Kerr Theatre with Hadestown. Do not wait and guarantee your seats this instance before they are all sold out, you really do not want to miss out on such a magnificent show in theatre.

Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

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