Nicholas Barasch Sets Final Bow in Hadestown North American National Tour | Playbill

National Tour News Nicholas Barasch Sets Final Bow in Hadestown North American National Tour

Ensemble member Chibueze Ihuoma will take over as Orpheus.

in <i>Hadestown</i>
Nicholas Barasch and Morgan Siobhan Green in Hadestown

The North American Tour of Hadestown will bid farewell to Nicholas Barasch who will play his final performance as Orpheus June 12 at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco. Current Workers Chorus performer Chibueze Ihuoma is set to take over the role June 14. 

The tour stars Morgan Siobhan Green as Eurydice, Chibueze Ihuoma as Orpheus, Tony winner Levi Kreis as Hermes, Kimberly Marable as Persephone, and Kevyn Morrow as Hades. The Fates are played by Belén Moyano, Bex Odorisio, and Shea Renne; The Workers Chorus features Lindsey Hailes, Sydney Parra, Eddie Noel Rodríguez, and Jamari Johnson Williams; and swings for the tour include Tyla Collier, Ian Coulter-Buford, Alex Lugo, J. Antonio Rodriguez, and Marquis Wood.

The creative team features Tony winner Rachel Hauck in set design; four-time Tony nominee Michael Krass in costume design; two-time Tony winner Bradley King in lighting design; Tony winners Nevin Steinberg and Jessica Paz in sound design; David Neumann in choreography; Liam Robinson in music supervision and vocal arrangements; Tony winners Michael Chorney and Todd Sickafoose in arrangements and orchestrations; Ken Cerniglia in dramaturgy; and Stewart/Whitley in casting.

Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell’s folk- and jazz-infused musical, inspired by two intertwining myths of gods and mortals, began as a theatrical concert performed by Mitchell. The show debuted at New York Theatre Workshop in 2016 before playing Canada, London, and, eventually, Broadway. The Broadway production resumed performances September 2 at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

Take a First Look at Photos of the National Tour of Hadestown

 
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