Tony Award-winning musical Hadestown has announced the first group of cities scheduled for their upcoming national tour.
The fabulous musical will begin the US tour earlier this year. However, the only confirmed performance dates so far are not until 2021. The San Diego Civic Theater is one of the first stops in January 2021, immediately followed by a stint at the Smith Center in Las Vegas. The production will visit the AT&T Center for the Performing Arts in Dallas in May 2021, and has also booked stops in Tulsa and Minneapolis the following month. Hadestown musical tickets are available at Tickets4musical.
Hadestown opened at the Walter Kerr Theater last year and has become Broadway’s most decorated new show, winning eight Tony Awards over the summer, including Best Musical awards. The show simultaneously follows the love stories of Orpheus and Eurydice and Hades and Persephone. As the title suggests, it takes place in the underworld that defined various Greek myths.
His creative team includes writer Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin at the helm. Other Broadway veterans who lent their talents to the show include set designer Rachel Hauck, costume designer Michael Krass, choreographer David Neumann, and musical director Liam Robinson.
Hadestown National Tour Dates
- January 19-24, 2021 – Civic Theater, San Diego, California
- January 26-31, 2021 – Smith Center, Las Vegas, NV
- May 18-30, 2021 – AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas, Texas
- June 15-20, 2021 – Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Tulsa, OK
- June 22-27, 2021 – Orpheum Theater, Minneapolis, MN
Hadestown Announces Educational Initiative for New York Students
“Hadestown” has launched an educational initiative whereby New York public school students can attend the Broadway show for a nominal fee.
Tickets are subsidized through a partnership with “Hadestown” producers Mara Isaacs, Dale Franzen, Hunter Arnold, and Tom Kirdahy and organizations such as Broadway Bridges, Tickets4musical and the Situation Project. According to a spokesperson for the musical, about 1,000 New York City students have already booked to see “Hadestown” and some bands have attended.
As part of this initiative, students will attend regular performances in groups of varying sizes. They will be offered post-show talkbacks with members of the cast and creative team of “Hadestown.” Educators will also receive material related to the musical, including a study guide.
This is in addition to other educational initiatives at shows like “Hamilton,” which offered special shows and $ 10 tickets to students, and “To Kill a Mockingbird,” which offered $ 10 tickets to students. College and high school and recently performed for 18,000 students at Madison Garden Square.
“Hadestown has always been a celebration of the belief that if we stick together, we can achieve anything,” producer Mara Isaacs said in a press release. “I am deeply touched by the generosity of our subscribers and the commitment of our friends at Broadway Bridges and Situation Project, who support me and my production partners in this effort to make Hadestown accessible to thousands of students this season. We will continue to make the Hadestown Education Initiative a priority for years to come. “
Rachel Chavkin directs you, and with score and book by Anaïs Mitchell, “Hadestown” premiered at the Walter Kerr Theater on April 17, 2019. Since then, the musical, which won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Musical, has continued to perform. At crowd capability exceeding your gross weekly potential.