Hadestown postponed until September: Omicron says “To hell with your schedules, puny humans!” – Arts



Omicron says “To hell with your schedules, puny humans!”

Disappointed? We are here with you, Citizen: We, too, have been eagerly awaiting to see the popular Broadway in Austin musical. Hadestown, originally scheduled at Bass Concert Hall, January 11-16.

But you to know that a lot of things are hanging around right now, and – to expand the metaphor a bit – some of these things contain a viral load. And so the January performances were canceled.

Good news: the show is rescheduled to take place at Bass in September.

Here is the official statement from Texas Performing Arts on behalf of Hadestown:

We regret to share this, due to the breakthrough of positive COVID cases within the company of Hadestown, next week’s engagement at Bass Concert Hall has been rescheduled. Hadestown will now perform at the Bass Concert Hall from September 20 to 25, 2022.

Customers do not need to take any action at this time as their seats remain secure. Tickets for January dates will be honored for new performance dates. Details will be emailed to ticket holders.

Customers who have transferred or resold tickets for Hadestown take responsibility for sharing information with the ticket holder attending the show.

Okay, though. If Heaven can wait, as the saying goes, so can Hell. In the meantime, we wish a full and speedy recovery for the cast and crew affected by this stupid pathogen… and to stand in line for something. almost like Hadestown-pleasant level on Netflix.

Note: Everyone be safe there!

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