Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA | Los Angeles, California
May is shaping up nicely for musical aficionados in Los Angeles! On Thursday 23rd May 2024, the award-winning The Girl From the North Country will be performed live at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre for a spectacular evening! Set in a lodge during the early nineties in Duluth, Minnesota, we meet the band of wanderers whose lives are changed forever in this inspiring story of life, music and hope. Showcasing Kennedy Center Honoree Bob Dylan’s collection of favorite hits, the musical is bound to surprise the world this spring! Give it your all in song as you listen to “All Along The Watchtower,” “Hurricane,” “Slow Train Coming,” “Like A Rolling Stone,” and the iconic “Forever Young”! You don't wanna overlook this seven-time Tony nominated musical that won the recognition for Best Orchestrations as well as the Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Newcomer. Strap on your boots and drop by the landmark auditorium at Los Angeles for the best experience at the center of California!
This show is certain to wow even the most picky viewers with its wonderful plot, as attested by the various positive reviews. The best place to see it is at Hollywood Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles, California, so be sure to set aside time for it, and you'll be in for something truly special.
The American Financial Meltdown is still raging in the winter of 1934. In Duluth, Minnesota, at a dilapidated board-house, the consequences are most noticeable. While his wife Elizabeth continues to struggle with dementia and occasionally displays some signs of mental clarity, the property's owner Nick Laine tussles to prevent the bank from seizing the building. He has been having an affair with one of the tenants, Mrs. Neilsen, but is she really what he desires?
The children of Nick and Elizabeth also have many issues. Gene struggles with a drinking problem and lacks any sense of purpose in life, and Marianne is unmarried and with a child on the way. Each of the bizarre locals and visitors who come and go have their own mysteries and tales. Their secrets, which range from incarceration to blackmail to morphine addiction, are eventually revealed amid the poetic music of Bob Dylan.