Welcome to Hadestown, where a song can change your fate. Winner of eight 2019 Tony Awards® including Best Musical and the 2020 Grammy® Award for Best Musical Theater Album, this acclaimed new show by celebrated singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and innovative director Rachel Chavkin (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) is a love story for today… and always.

Hadestown intertwines two mythic tales—that of young dreamers Orpheus and Eurydice, and that of King Hades and his wife Persephone—as it invites you on a hell-raising journey to the underworld and back. Mitchell’s beguiling melodies and Chavkin’s poetic imagination pit industry against nature, doubt against faith, and fear against love. Performed by a vibrant ensemble of actors, dancers and singers, Hadestown is a haunting and hopeful theatrical experience that grabs you and never lets go.


NICHOLAS BARASCH (Orpheus) made his Broadway debut at age 10 in the 2009 revival of West Side Story. He was chosen by director Arthur Laurents to perform one of the show’s signature songs, “Somewhere,” which he recorded for the Grammy Award-winning cast album. Nicholas next appeared in two acclaimed Roundabout Theatre Company revivals: The Mystery of Edwin Drood and She Loves Me. For his role as Arpad Laszlo in She Loves Me, Nicholas received the 2016 Dorothy Loudon Award for Excellence in the Theatre, as well as nominations for Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards. Off-Broadway credits include Huck Finn in Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (City Center Encores!), A Child’s Christmas in Wales (Irish Repertory Theatre), and the U.S. premiere of Anna Nicole: The Opera (BAM/New York City Opera). TV/Film credits include “Bull” (CBS), “The Backyardigans” (Nickelodeon), “How to Make it in America” (HBO), Low Tide (A24), and She Loves Me (Great Performances on PBS). IG: @nick_barasch. TW: @NickBarasch.

MORGAN SIOBHAN GREEN (Eurydice) is a native of Decatur, Illinois. She is thrilled to be back on stage and sharing Hadestown with the rest of the country. She is a graduate from Bradley University (BS) and LIU Post (MA). A few of her credits include Broadway: Be More Chill. Regional: Moby Dick (American Repertory Theatre), Between the Lines (KC Rep, 92Y). NY Theatre: Folk Wandering (ART NY), Sweetee (Signature). TV: Zuri on “The Bold Type” (Freeform), “Because I’m Me” (The Avalanches music video). She’s the single parent to the most adorable Shih-Poo named Pip, who gets whatever he wants. Morgan, when not in a rehearsal room, is either teaching, trying different almond milk creamers, writing, eating chips
or sending memes to her parents (they usually never laugh). @morgansiobhan. morgansiobhangreen.com

LEVI KREIS (Hermes) is a Tony Award-winning actor best known for originating the role of Jerry Lee Lewis in Broadway’s Tony nominated musical Million Dollar Quartet. The role won Levi the Tony Award for Best Featured Actor, an Outer Critics Circle Award and a Drama League nomination. Other credits include the Tony-nominated revival of Violet, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Pump Boys & Dinettes and the Broadway national tour of RENT. Kreis’ passion for new works attracted him to theatrical developments such as One Red Flower with Emmy Award-winning director Paris Barclay, Mozart L’ Opera Rock with Tony-nominated director Lonny Price and many more. Films include Frailty, The Divide and A Very Sordid Wedding, winner of Best Ensemble at FilmOut Festival. Levi is host of “The Church of Kreis” podcast and a singer/songwriter featured in various television shows. Sign up at levikreis.com for music releases and tour dates. FB/IG: @levikreis

KIMBERLY MARABLE (Persephone). Direct from the original Broadway company of Hadestown, Kimberly is thrilled to be Our Lady of the Underground. Additional Broadway/International Touring credits include The Lion King, The Book of Mormon, Sister Act, Dreamgirls, Hairspray, and The Wedding Singer. Pre-Broadway development: Hadestown, Pal Joey with Marin Mazzie and Patina Miller, and The Wanderer with NKOTB’s Joey McIntyre. She has appeared on CBS’ “FBI” and “Bull” and NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concert series. You can hear Kimberly as Lorelai in the Netflix anime series, “Cannon Busters,” and as a promotional voice for a number of TV networks. Brooklyn born and raised. Dartmouth College grad. Kimberly co-founded Broadway Serves, which provides theater professionals with community service opportunities. She serves on the Advisory Committee for the Actors Fund’s Looking Ahead program and recently joined the Board of Trustees for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Love always to fam, CLA and MA. Salaams! @misskimizzo

KEVYN MORROW (Hades). Broadway: Moulin Rouge, The Color Purple (revival), Bandstand, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Dream, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, A Chorus Line (1990 closing company), Dreamgirls (revival), Leader of the Pack. London’s West End: Ragtime (Olivier Best Actor nominee), 125th Street. Off-Broadway: A Man for All Seasons, While I Yet Live, Blue, The Boys in the Band. Regional: The Lion in Winter, The First Wives Club (NAACP Best Actor nominee), Driving Miss Daisy, Les Mis rables, Radio Golf, Gem of the Ocean, Pajama Game, The Three Musketeers, Tambourine to Glory (Helen Hayes Best Actor nominee). Film: Fair Market Value, Estella Scrooge, The Trade, Staying Alive. Television: Colin in “Black and White” (Netflix), “When They See Us” (Netflix). Recurring: “The Path,” “Elementary,” “Hope and Faith,” “Ed.” Guest star: “SVU,” “Instinct,” “Person of Interest,” “The Good Wife,” “Hostages,” “Law & Order,” “Coach,” “Murphy Brown.”

BEL N MOYANO (Fate) and her violin are thrilled to be touring the country with this beautiful show. Off-Broadway: Assistants (Players Theatre). Select Regional: American Mariachi (TheatreSquared), The Prince of Egypt, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Tarzan (Tuacahn), In the Heights (Engeman). Bachelor of Music: Utah State University. Curriculum Designer and Executive Podcast Producer of “Edify Justice Advocates.” Producer of the radio musical comedy McCobb Mortality Services. Born in Buenos Aires, she’s passionate about representation, Spanish language projects and accessible arts education. Gratitude to Jen Waldman, Mike Maixner and Kendra Jo Brook. belenmoyano.com

BEX ODORISIO (Fate). In March 2020, Bex was poised to make her Off-Broadway debut at The Public Theater in Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s new musical The Visitor, starring David Hyde Pierce. This did not go as planned. In 2021, the Fates intervened, and she is overjoyed to be on the road to hell as a member of the Hadestown family! Readings/Workshops: The Visitor (The Public Theater), The Road To Ruin (dir. Patricia Birch), One Way (Musical Theater Factory). Regional: A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Helena). TV: “Dickinson.” BFA: NYU Tisch (Playwrights Horizons Theater School). Bex performs nationally with vintage vocal trio America’s Sweethearts and is a silver medalist/recurring host of the American Traditions Vocal Competition in Savannah, GA. Many thanks to Stewart/Whitley for picking her out of that chorus call! All the beans to Timmy and Gusto. @benditlikebexy

SHEA RENNE (Fate, u/s Persephone) is an actor based in NYC. Broadway: Allegiance (Betsy Tanaka). Regional: Here Lies Love (Seattle Repertory Theatre); Alien/Nation (Williamstown Theatre Festival); South Pacific (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Cape Playhouse, Music Theatre Wichita); The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mamma Mia!, Little Shop of Horrors, Footloose (Fulton Theatre); Seussical the Musical (The Muny); Spring Awakening (Hangar Theatre); West Side Story (Music Theatre Wichita). Training: The University of Michigan. Big thank you to DGRW. I love you Mom!

LINDSEY HAILES (Worker, u/s Persephone) is a singer/songwriter and dancer based in Brooklyn, New York, by way of Overland Park, Kansas. She has been seen on stages across the U.S. in various musicals and performing her own music. She’s incredibly honored and excited to be part of the cast of Hadestown. Her music can be found on all streaming platforms under the name “Hailes.” Her life’s motto is “good things take time,” and she encourages everyone to trust the process and enjoy the journey.

CHIBUEZE IHUOMA (Worker, u/s Orpheus), he/him, is a Nigerian-American actor, musician and writer. A 2021 graduate of NYU Tisch (New Studio on Broadway), Chibueze is so happy to be part of the Hadestown family! He recently was seen in Hangar Theatre’s production of Once (Andrej). University credits include Urinetown (Bobby Strong), The Wild Party (Mr. Black), 12 Angry Animals (Juror 3/Bengal Tiger). Chibueze thanks his friends, family and mentors for supporting him throughout this journey. Each and every day, he strives to heal with the art he makes. chibuezeihuoma.com. IG: chibreezy7

KIMBERLY IMMANUEL (Swing, u/s Eurydice, u/s Fate), she/her, is beyond grateful to be a part of Hadestown! She most recently co-wrote, choreographed and performed in Kim Loo Gets a Redo at The New Ohio Theatre. National Tour: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. Off- Broadway: The Fantasticks, Heartbreak House, Pacific Overtures. Select Regional: 42nd Street (Drury Lane Theatre, The Ordway), Singin’ in the Rain (La Mirada Theatre, Ovation Award Nomination), Chasing Rainbows (Paper Mill Playhouse), Holiday Inn (Marriott Theatre), Waterfall (U.S. Premiere, Pasadena Playhouse, The 5th Avenue Theatre). Proud NYU alum. All the love to family, friends, the brilliant Hadestown team, Stewart/Whitley and DGRW! kimberlyimmanuel.com. Follow along: @kimmyimmanuel

ALEX LUGO (Swing, u/s Fate) is so grateful that “spring has come again!” Recent credits include: RENT 20th Anniversary Tour (Mimi Marquez u/s), An Officer & A Gentleman: The Musical (Casey Seegar), Francois & The Rebels: A Punk Opera, and Broadway’s Future Songbook at Lincoln Center. NYU/Tisch School of the Arts ’20. Many thanks to CTG, Anonymous Content, Stewart/Whitley and the Hadestown team. For my family and Ben, always. alexmlugo.com. @alexmarialugo

WILL MANN (Worker, u/s Hades, u/s Hermes). Broadway: Oklahoma! (2019 Tony Awardwinning revival, Mike) and Memphis (Bobby). National Tours: Memphis (Bobby), Billy Elliot (Mr. Braithwaite), Joseph… (dir./chor. Andy Blankenbuhler), Elf and Wonderful Town. Film: Ricki and the Flash (starring Meryl Streep). VO: Aflac, Chase, Doritos and Square Terminal. Thank you to CLA! @UUILLMANN

SYDNEY PARRA (Worker, u/s Eurydice, u/s Fate) is honored to be making her national tour debut in Hadestown! Off-Broadway: We Are The Tigers, The Cleopatra Experience. Regional: The  Enlightenment of Percival Von Schmootz (Kooman & Dimond). Proud Ithaca College alum. Thanks to Avalon, Stewart/Whitley Casting and the entire creative team for their trust. For Mom, Dad, Will, Ian,and all those who loved me into consciousness. @sydneyparra

EDDIE NOEL RODR GUEZ (Swing, u/s Hermes) is a proud Puerto Rican performer who has lived and worked as a professional artist since he was 14 years old, starting with the folkloric dance company G baro de Puerto Rico traveling the world representing his culture. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Universidad del Sagrado Coraz n with a specialty in telecommunications and theater. He’s collaborating with different Broadway artists to bring musical theater workshops to the artists living in Puerto Rico. Eddie is thrilled, honored and grateful to be in his second national tour with the family of Hadestown. Tour: On Your Feet! (Emilio). Regional: Godspell (Jeffrey), Man of la Mancha (Dr. Carrasco), La Cage Aux Folles (Hanna), Footloose (Willard), Rent (u/s Roger), Piaf (Ensemble), Hair (Ensemble). Follow him on IG: @eddienoelr

NATHAN SALSTONE (Swing, u/s Orpheus) won the lottery by getting to join this company and will attempt to pay it forward through endless gratitude to the entire production team. Credits: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Original Broadway Cast), Rags (Goodspeed), Rock of Ages (PCLO), Spring Awakening (TUTS). BFA: Carnegie Mellon University. For my real life Eurydice. @nathan_salstone. @thetwoband

JAMARI JOHNSON WILLIAMS (Worker, u/s Hades). Pre-Panasonic, Jamari made his Broadway debut in the Tony Award-winning musical Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations. National tours include Memphis and Motown the Musical. Favorite regional credits: Hair (Hud, NRT), Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Fred, Palace Theatre, Riverside Theatre) and The Wiz (The Wiz, SDT). He is a proud alumni of the Gifford Youth Orchestra (GYOTigers.org) where he currently sits on the board of directors and manages the Drama department. Jamari is also a 2010 Florida State football champion and wants the world to know it’s ok to go against the grain. He hopes to heal others as he is healed through art. @Jamarizabeast