Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

Hadestown Tickets

Walter Kerr Theatre | New York, New York


The captivating production known as HADESTOWN has evolved into an example of the remarkable Broadway productions of the 21st century. Standing out with its unusual approach of the Greek legend, this musical dives into the shadowy realms of hell and resurrection. It proceeded to secure multiple Tony Awards, including the coveted title of ‘Best Musical,' and continues to captivate audiences to this day. Exciting tidings for all the residents of New York, New York – the much-celebrated Broadway sensation is making its journey to your doorstep!

Prepare to behold the captivating narrative of the ill-fated young lovers, Orpheus and Eurydice, unfold in front of your gaze during this on-stage presentation. The significant event is scheduled to take place at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Friday 19th January 2024. This modern reimagining of the age-old Greek origin tale will grab your heartstrings and arouse an array of feelings. With a wonderful score composed by the creative genius Anaïs Mitchell, the musical is positioned to create a lasting memory which will stay with you perpetually.

Secure your seats to Hadestown immediately! This eagerly anticipated show is a favorite for people from various age groups, so now, you now have the opportunity to experience it live and in person. Don't let this opportunity pass! Click ‘GET TICKETS’ to acquire your admission promptly!

An indicator of a performance's triumph is its count of Tony Awards, and Hadestown has a good number of. Among 14 nominations it earned for the 2019 Tony Awards, the show clinched eight victories, including the much-coveted title of Best Musical. Furthermore, the musical was honored with accolades for its mesmerizing music composed by David Mitchell, the skillful direction of Rachel Chavkin, the standout performance by André De Shields, the ingenious scenic design, the impressive sound design, the masterful lighting design, and the skillful orchestrations.

In Anais Mitchell's reinterpretation of a ancient Greek tale, Eurydice is presented as a young woman well-versed in coping on her own in a world filled with unpredictability, even in weather conditions. Meanwhile, Orpheus is a passionate singer-songwriter overflowing with sentiments. Upon their first meeting, Eurydice is lured into an underworld factory, where Hades transforms his workers into unthinking drones.

Orpheus embarks on a journey to retrieve her, with the assistance of his musical tunes and Persephone (Hades' wife), he succeeds in bringing her back to his residence.

The cast is compact, comprising only 13 members, who remain on the forefront for the most of the performance. The chorus consists of five cast members, who contribute their vocals and dance in the background to boost the energy of the songs. Present in the cast the 3 Fates, engaging in song, dialogue, and interaction with the characters. The full seven-piece band for "Hadestown" performs the entire production while all excluding the drummer are seen on stage. The primary figures include the deities Hades and Persephone, as well as Orpheus and his beloved Eurydice.

Entertainment Weekly showered accolades on the Broadway rendition, stating, “When it comes to tales as ancient as time, the narratives of Greek mythology rank at the top, those epic stories of gods and mortals that have been recounted for thousands of years, inspiring numerous versions. However, there's something remarkably contemporary and fresh about the way those stories - those timeless melodies, those poignant ballads - are unveiled in Hadestown. As it premieres on Broadway, this voyage to the realm of the dead feels as if it were a novel creation.”

Be prepared to witness the acclaimed Broadway presentation of Hadestown this winter! The extravaganza is planned for at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Friday 19th January 2024. Grab the chance to procure your tickets right away before they run out – attending this performance is an occasion you will not feel sorry!

Hadestown at Walter Kerr Theatre

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