Hadestown at Morrison Center

Hadestown Tickets

Morrison Center For The Performing Arts | Boise, Idaho


Whether you're an enthusiast of classical Greek myths or not, rest assured – HADESTOWN is the optimal musical choice for you. The remarkable production of HADESTOWN is preparing to grace the stage in Boise, Idaho. Be prepared for an unforgettable journey! The compelling story of unfortunate lovers Orpheus and Eurydice will definitely have you on the edge of your seat, hoping for a happier ending.

Hadestown stands as a recipient of both the Tony and Grammy Awards for its exemplary achievements. Upon its grand debut, it garnered glowing feedback and critical acclaim. This bewitchingly captivating musical captures the very essence of the underworld, offering you an occasion to appreciate and comprehend it more than mere dread. With its blend of music, lyrics, and narrative crafted by Anaïs Mitchell, Hadestown is an absolute must-see during this fall. Join us for the live presentation at the Morrison Center For The Performing Arts on Wednesday 29th November 2023!

An indicator of a performance's triumph is its haul of Tony Awards, and the remarkable production has several. Out of the 14 nominations it received for the 2019 Tony Awards, the show clinched eight victories, including the much-coveted title of Best Musical. Additionally, the musical was honored with accolades for its captivating music composed by David Mitchell, the insightful direction of Rachel Chavkin, the standout performance by André De Shields, the ingenious scenic design, the noteworthy sound design, the artful lighting design, and the creative orchestrations.

In Anais Mitchell's reimagining of a Greek tale, Eurydice is shown as a young woman skilled in coping on her own in a world characterized by unpredictability, even in climate. Meanwhile, Orpheus is a passionate singer-songwriter overflowing with sentiments. Upon their first meeting, Eurydice is lured into an underworld factory, in which Hades transforms his workers into unthinking drones.

Orpheus embarks on a journey to retrieve her, and aided by his melodious tunes and Persephone (Hades' wife), he manages to bringing her back to his dwelling.

The cast is compact, consisting of just 13 members, who stay on the stage for the majority of the show. The chorus consists of five cast members, who contribute their vocals and dance in the background to heighten the vigor of the songs. Included among the actors the 3 Fates, who sing, converse, and interact with the characters. The complete seven-piece band for "Hadestown" plays the entire show while all with the exception of the drummer are seen on stage. The primary figures embody the deities Hades and Persephone, as well as Orpheus and his beloved Eurydice.

Entertainment Weekly showered praises on the Broadway rendition, remarked, “When it comes to tales as ancient as time, the narratives of Greek mythology rank high, those epic stories of gods and mortals that have been recounted for thousands of years, inspiring numerous versions. However, there's something remarkably modern and fresh about the method those stories - those ancient ballads, those poignant ballads - are unveiled in Hadestown. As it premieres on Broadway, this journey to the realm of the dead feels as though it's a completely new invention.”

Be ready to experience the praised Broadway performance of Hadestown this fall! The event is set to unfold at the Morrison Center For The Performing Arts on Wednesday 29th November 2023. Seize the opportunity to obtain your tickets right away before they run out – being a part of this show is an event you won't repent!

Hadestown at Morrison Center For The Performing Arts

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