Recent company outages have led to the debut of a male Fate and Amber Gray's surprise return to the Tony-winning musical.
March 12, 2022
Following a string of recent company outages, Broadway's Hadestown has canceled all March 12 performances. Ticket holders should receive refunds from their point of purchase. Visit Hadestown.com for the latest.
Understudies, swings, and standbys have become increasingly vital at Hadestown this week, as they have been across Broadway since its return from the shutdown amidst continued struggles with COVID-19. Just this week, dance captain T. Oliver Reid filled in as one of the traditionally female–cast Fates, and Tony nominee Amber Gray made a surprise return to Persephone, the role Gray originated, March 11.
Hadestown features a book, music, and lyrics by Anaïs Mitchell. The Rachel Chavkin-directed production opened on Broadway April 17, 2019, going on to win eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, and the Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre Album.
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