BREAKING NEWS: Due to recent reports of the coronavirus and the State of New York being in a state of emergency, the producers of the Tony and Grammy winning smash hit Hadestown has just announced that members of the cast will NOT be stage dooring after performances these next 30 days. With the recent post of recommendations from The Broadway League, Anais Mitchell's hottest pop folk opera decided to practice common sense health as a precautionary measure. The cast are avoiding being very close to people along with hugging fans afterwards which could give another person this horrifying virus. The HADESTOWN cast will resume stage door once we got the green light that everything is ok.
For fans who were wanting to meet and get signed playbills from the unbelievable powerhouse talents of Eva Noblezada, Reeve Carney, Patrick Page, Andre DeShields, and more outside the stage door of Broadway's Walter Kerr Theatre, we send our sincere apologizes. We also applaud the company of doing their best to stay healthy and being alert.
REMINDER: Because of the HADESTOWN cast not stage dooring, please remember NOT to rant at the cast via their social medias. They are humans like you and me. Most importantly, SAFETY FIRST!!!
The cast of "Hadestown" will not greet fans at the stage door for the next 30 days, the production said Saturday. The measure was put in place as a "precautionary" measure to help protect against the spread of coronavirus. On Friday, the Broadway League said it was increasing the cleaning and sanita…
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