Wolf Hall Double-Bill Offers $27 Student Tickets, Individual Performances Also for Sale

News   Wolf Hall Double-Bill Offers $27 Student Tickets, Individual Performances Also for Sale
The Broadway engagement of Wolf Hall and its sequel Bring Up the Bodies, based on the history novels by Hilary Mantel about Henry VIII, which will begin performances March 20 at the Winter Garden Theatre, will offer tickets for each individual the segment of the two-part theatrical event.

Ben Miles
Ben Miles Photo by Keith Pattison

Patrons wishing to see both parts of the theatrical event, including the opportunity to see both parts in one day, will still be able to purchase both parts together at a discounted rate.

Additionally, a limited number of student tickets will be available for $27 per part and will be available online at Tix4Students.com.

The Royal Shakespeare Company productions played an extended repertory run in London. Mike Poulton adapted the double-bill for the stage. 

The productions are directed by Jeremy Herrin and scheduled to open April 9.

Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, Playful Productions UK’s Matthew Byam Shaw, Nia Janis & Nick Salmon, and the Shubert Organization produce the Broadway run of the theatrical event, which will be billed as Wolf Hall, Parts 1 and 2 for American audiences.

Original London stars Ben Miles (Thomas Cromwell), Lydia Leonard (Anne Boleyn) and Nathaniel Parker (King Henry VIII) will repeat their performances in the Broadway production alongside fellow RSC members.

The plays premiered at Stratford-upon-Avon's Swan Theatre in January and transferred to the West End's Aldwych in May. The two plays tell the compelling story of Thomas Cromwell’s rise from blacksmith’s boy to Henry VIII’s chief fixer and deliverer of the King’s chosen bedfellows.

The productions have sets and costumes by Christopher Oram. Lighting for Wolf Hall is by Paule Constable, with lighting for Bring Up the Bodies by David Plater. Music is by Stephen Warbeck, with sound by Nick Powell, movement by Siân Williams and fights by Bret Yount.

For tickets visit telecharge.com or phone (212) 239-6200.

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