Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

Hadestown Tickets

Walter Kerr Theatre | New York, New York


Hadestown, the dark musical tragedy only at Walter Kerr Theatre in the city of New York on the Sunday 14th April 2024. Based on the two Greek myths of young romantics Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone. This twisted tale will take you from the cold wasteland of the apocalypse, and journey to the underworld to the rich town of Hadestown. Here you can work for King Hades forever, for there is no escaping Hadestown! Orpheus the legendary musician and bard, must find a way to liberate his lover, Eurydice, from Hadestown before it is too late… Grab your tickets now for this warped tale.

Experience the utter chaos of Hadestown with Hadestown on Sunday 14th April 2024 at the wonderful Walter Kerr Theatre for a night of splendour, music and epic story telling. Secure your places this instance and escape disappointment, for now is the moment to enjoy the hottest theatre of 2024. Hadestown chronicles a version of an ancient Greek myth. The ancient god Hermes introduces the audience to a world where people live and god’s overshadow. Created by celebrated singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and innovative director Rachel Chavkin, Hadestown is a tale of the interweaving fates of Orpheus, Eurydice, Hades and Persephone. What happens when humans and deities clash in a mess of yearnings and emotions? Will fates be eternally altered? Can pure love beat the wills of the gods? Hadestown is a tale that teaches of the dangers of love mixed with hesitation. Enjoy an evening in the luxurious setting and enjoy the Ancient Greek setting of the interlinking tales of humans and gods with Hadestown on Sunday 14th April 2024 AT Walter Kerr Theatre. Obtain your spots before time runs out! Avoid regret, engage in a musical that will always be with you and be there on Sunday 14th April 2024 with Hadestown at the magnificent location Walter Kerr Theatre, New York, New York, for a date with The Fates.

Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

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