Girl From The North Country at Bass Concert Hall

Girl From The North Country Tickets

Bass Concert Hall | Austin, Texas

Girl From The North Country

Weather the harrowing world of Girl from the North Country at the Bass Concert Hall on Sunday 28th April 2024!
The Great Depression, Duluth, Minnesota. We set foot into the decrepit corners of the Laine guesthouse. The nationwide recession has ruined innumerable lives, and the tenants here are uncanny reflections. The lonely Marianne Laine. Widowed Mrs. Neilsen. Bible-thumping Reverend Marlowe. Entirely contrasting individuals connected through a shared struggle against an unknown future. Girl from the North Country features an original book and direction from Critics Circle Award winner Conor McPherson. With music and lyrics from Grammy Award-winning singer Bob Dylan, the musical presents undeniable hits such as “Hurricane” and “Like a Rolling Stone.” This current series of exhibitions–running at 150 minutes each–will stop by the famous Bass Concert Hall, where crowds can relish the finest theatrical facilities at hand, including exceptional seats and flawlessly balanced acoustics! Watch Girl from the North Country LIVE this 2024 at Austin's premier performing arts venue. Book your tickets now!

Authored and piloted by venerated playwright Conor McPherson and featuring award-winning orchestrations by Simon Hale, Girl From the North Country redefines twenty iconic songs by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan with an entirely new perspective!

The inspiring plot of the musical emerges in a cozy guesthouse in Minnesota when times were tough during the Great Depression. It's a story that centers on the lives of the individuals staying there - guests and long-term residents alike. All of them carries their own hidden struggles and what makes this play unique is how it interweaves all these characters' lives.

The theatre performance will include everyone’s much-awaited songs including “Forever Young,” “Like A Rolling Stone” “All Along The Watchtower,” “Slow Train Coming,” and “Hurricane”

An interview with The Marlowe revolves around how director Conor McPherson had no experience with directing a musical prior to this venture and found himself delighting in the newfound experience. He shares that when it comes to a straight play, the dilemma lies in holding the viewers' attention merely through the dialogue and acting. However, in a musical, there come times where someone might suggest, “Shall we have a refreshing pause for everyone's benefit?” and you'd gladly agree, thinking it sounds quite fascinating.

Crowds are sure to be in awe by the work of the production’s stunning core creatives team. Check out the full list of people behind the scenes here below:

Conor McPherson - Writer and Director
Bob Dylan - Music and Lyrics
Rae Smith - Scenic and Costume Design
Simon Hale - Orchestrations, Arrangements, and Music Supervision
Mark Henderson - Lighting Design
Simon Baker - Sound Design
Lucy Hind - Movement Direction
Dean Sharenow - Music Coordinator
Wiley Deweese - Music Director
Jeff Brancato - Production Supervisor
Justin Myhre - Production Stage Manager
Rachel Heine - Stage Manager
Campbell Young & Associates - Wig & Hair Design
Arc, Inc. - Casting
Tristan Baker, Charlie Parsons, Steven Lappin - Producers

The Bass Concert Hall is definitely the best venue that hosts the grandest productions that visit Austin in Texas.
Without your pass, you’ll be missing out the possibility of catching one of the most trending plays in the past year! Go all out and press the “Get Tickets” prompt to get your seats now!

Girl From The North Country at Bass Concert Hall

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