Review | Hadestown – National Theatre ⋆⋆⋆

Hadestown. What do I say about Hadestown. It was fine. There were many enjoyable elements including Eva Noblezada’s performance as Eurydice, the choreography and seeing the dynamic theatrical staging at the Olivier (National Theatre). But beyond that, I didn’t feel like I had watched something particularly ground-breaking. Rather, it was a series of events which amounted to little for me. Since watching it live, I’ve taken a liking to the scaled back and delicate feel of the cast recording with its original company. I do wonder whether I would have preferred a stripped back production, as this project initially began.

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