Walter Kerr Theatre | New York City, New York
Join the tale of Hadestown at the Walter Kerr Theatre on Thursday 16th December 2021 for an evening of adventure, hope, despair and music. ‘Way Down’ in Hadestown, a song can drastically alter fates, but not in the desired ways. What will take place when mortal Orpheus goes to the underworld? Can he trounce a bet made with the god of death? Question the principles of the divine Hades and Persephone as they tinker with the fates of people. Does their strength give them the entitlement to tamper with lesser souls? Can mortal souls fight against such inhumane strength? You will find out with Hadestown, so book your tickets for Thursday 16th December 2021 and revel in the show at Walter Kerr Theatre.
For a night of wonder and drama, come to the Walter Kerr Theatre on Thursday 16th December 2021 for the much-admired show Hadestown. Seats are in great demand, so purchase yours now and prevent regret. Created by singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin, Hadestown combines two epic legends. Mitchell’s soulful melodies and Rachel Chavkin’s poetic imagination create a world where industry clashes with nature, love struggles with doubt and courage battles with fear. ‘Way Down Hadestown’, the divinity Hades lords over the underworld, gripping all the authority without humanity. His wife, the divinity Persephone, struggles with the dissimilarities of the lives above and the realm down below. When the mortal Eurydice, the true love of Orpheus, enters into Hades’ realm, the distraught Orpheus must to follow, hoping he can change both their fates. The souls of the two mortals and two gods entwine as a bargain is struck. Can two measly humans stand against the celestial being of death? Prepare yourself for the colossal tale of devotion, hesitation and tunes on Thursday 16th December 2021 at the Walter Kerr Theatre with Hadestown. Do not delay and guarantee your places now before they are all sold out, you really do not want to miss out on such a magnificent performance in theatre.