Hollywood Pantages Theatre - CA | Los Angeles, California
Weather the harsh land of Girl from the North Country on Friday 24th May 2024 at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre!
Depression-era Duluth, Minnesota. We go inside the withering corners of the Laine boarding house. The nationwide recession has collapsed countless lives, and the occupants here are uncanny reflections. The desperate Nick Laine. Drug-addicted Dr. Walker. Former boxer Joe Scott. Entirely different souls linked through a collective rebellion against an uncertain future. Girl from the North Country features an original book and direction from Critics Circle Award winner Conor McPherson. With music and lyrics from multi-awarded songwriter Bob Dylan, the musical highlights undeniable songs like “Jokerman” and “Forever Young.” This latest round of exhibitions–running at 150 minutes each–will visit the acclaimed Hollywood Pantages Theatre, where crowds can enjoy the best theatrical amenities available, including exceptional seats and impeccably balanced acoustics! Bear witness to Girl from the North Country LIVE this 2024 at Los Angeles's leading performing arts stadium. Book your tickets now!
With such an inspiring tale, this show is set to please even the most discerning of customers. You will genuinely be blown away, as evidenced by all of its rave reviews. Hollywood Pantages Theatre is the best place to see it, so make sure you block out your schedule and you will be set for the best night ever.
In the winter of 1934, the Great Depression is still frothing in America. In a dilapidated board-house in Duluth, Minnesota, the effects are felt the most deeply. Owner Nick Laine fights to stop the bank from seizing the property as his wife Elizabeth continues to battle dementia and sometimes shows signs of clarity. Despite the fact he has been having an affair with Mrs. Neilsen, one of the tenants, is she really what he needs?
There are problems with Nick and Elizabeth's off-spring as well. Gene has a history of alcoholism and no clear direction in life, and Marianne is unmarried and five months pregnant. Guests and various bizarre locals come and go, each with their own mysteries and backstories. Amidst the poetic music of Bob Dylan, their secrets—which range from imprisonment to blackmail to morphine addiction—are progressively revealed.