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This town will try to suck you dry I’m coming too You got a lonesome road to walk. [HERMES, spoken] [ORPHEUS, spoken] But if all you got is your own two legs Wait... Hermes warns Orpheus about the challenges of his upcoming journey, while Persephone and Hades try to mend their broken relationship. Why do you wanna know? Wherever she is, is where I'll go She called your name before she went Well, that's a start. I’m coming too Hey, the big artiste! Meanest dog you’ll ever meet - / It ain’t the hound dog in the street. I’m coming too (Live Original Cast Recording) is the cast album of the 2016 Off-Broadway production at New York Theatre Workshop.It was released digitally and on CD on October 6, 2017 through Ghostlight Records and Parlophone Records. Ain't you working on your masterpiece? [HERMES, spoken] Wait for me? Just a telephone wire and the railroad track Wait, I’m coming with you And don’t look no one in the eye [PERSEPHONE, spoken] Wait for me, I’m coming Wait, I’m coming with you Wait for me, I’m coming too [EURYDICE] [HADES, spoken] You’ve walked a hundred times before. Hades, you let them go. [COMPANY] Eurydice? [HERMES, spoken] Then how ‘bout you and I? / There was a train comin' up from way down below / That was not six months! They’ll suck your brain, they’ll suck your breath They’ll pluck the heart right out your chest You got a ticket? [ORPHEUS and COMPANY] On a quest to save her, Orpheus journeys to the underworld where their trust is put to a final test. It ain’t the hound dog in the street. The River Styx is high and wide After being reworked by Mitchell with Broadway in mind, Hadestown ran off-Broadway in 2016, then in Edmonton and London before receiving its Broadway premiere in March of 2019. Wait, I’m coming with you 'Course, there is another way, but Meanest dog you’ll ever meet - Wait, [HERMES, spoken] Down below? The workers beat Orpheus till he’s bloody. Wait for Me Original Cast of Hadestown. There ain’t no compass, brother, ain’t no map The album featured Mitchell herself as Eurydice, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon as Orpheus, and Ani DiFranco as Persephone, among other role players and a band of over a dozen musicians. Don’t give your name, you don’t have one Hadestown performs "Wait For Me" at the Tony's 2019 - YouTube Wait For Me Why We Build the Wall Our Lady of … Where is she? I let them try. Huh, with all your heart... [ORPHEUS, spoken] Onstage, at the end of the music, the workers hold him down down-centerstage, and the fates come out to sing “Nothing Changes.”, Hadestown (Original Broadway Cast Recording), The workers beat Orpheus till he’s bloody. Wait, The Musical. But I guess you weren't listening And a mind to its undoing. Wait for me, I’m coming There was also a production in Vergennes in the same year and a tour between Vermont and Massachusetts in 2007. Then Mitchell, unsure about the future of the musical, turned it into a concept album, released in 2010.. Featuring Lulu Fall, Jessie Shelton, Shaina Taub & 2 more. (Live Original Cast Recording), You keep on walking and you don’t look back. Onstage, at the end of the music, the workers…, All I’ve Ever Known (”In spite of herself...”) [Intro], When the Chips are Down (”Songbird vs rattlesnake) [Intro], Wait for Me (”Hey, the big artiste...) [Intro], Why We Build The Wall (”Behind closed doors...” [Outro], Wait for Me (Reprise) (”If you wanna walk out of hell...”) [Intro]. Wait for me, I’m coming too The workers beat Orpheus till he’s bloody. It’s almost spring. [HERMES, spoken] Hound dogs howling 'round the gate / The dog you really got to Wait for me, I’m coming Wait, I’m coming with you Wait for me, I’m coming too [COMPANY] You think they’ll make it? [ORPHEUS] Six-feet-under-the-ground below No...? [ORPHEUS, spoken] [PERSEPHONE, spoken] [HADES, spoken] Wait for me, I’m coming too Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on … Where is she? You’re on the lam, you’re on the run Wait for Me Original Cast of Hadestown. Wait for me, I’m coming Walls of iron and concrete With all my heart. Wait, I’m coming with you But brother, that’s the worst of him. The Musical. To the end of time You best be glad you got ’em It's him whose howling drives men mad The album featured Mitchell herself as Eurydice, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon as Orpheus, and Ani DiFranco as Persephone, among other role players and a band of over a dozen musicians. I’m coming too [HERMES, spoken] [ORPHEUS] Onstage, at the end of the music, the workers hold him down down-centerstage, and the fates come out to sing “Nothing Changes.” (Live Original Cast Recording). Wait, I’m coming with you Way Down Hadestown Lyrics: On the Road to Hell there was a railroad track / Oh, come on! [HERMES, muffled] You really wanna go? You keep on walking and you don’t look back Wait for me, I’m coming too But that ain't easy walkin', Jack Tempted by the promise of plenty, Eurydice is lured to the depths of industrial Hadestown. Them dogs’ll lay down and play dead That is the path to Paradise, Septuagenarian André De Shields won a Tony Award for his turn as Hermes in the production, which won eight Tonys in total, including Best Musical and Best Original Score of 2019. What if I said she's down below? [HERMES, spoken] The Musical. [HERMES, spoken] [ORPHEUS and FATES] [ORPHEUS, spoken] / He bares his teeth and tears your skin / But brother, that’s the worst of him. [HADES, spoken] I’ll tell you where the real road lies: Wait... Hadestown: The Myth. Hadestown: The Myth. I’m coming! Between your ears, behind your eyes. Yeah, around the back It ain't for the sensitive of soul, so... And, likewise, the road to ruin. Broadway Production Information. I will. How to get to Hadestown: Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, All I've Ever Known ("In Spite of Herself...") (Intro), When the Chips Are Down ("Songbird vs. Rattlesnake...") (Intro), Wait for Me ("Hey, the Big Artiste...") (Intro), Why We Build the Wall ("Behind Closed Doors...") (Outro), Wait for Me ("If You Wanna Walk Out of Hell...") (Intro) (Reprise). Wait for me, I’m coming too Are we gonna try again? And stuff your mouth with cotton [HERMES, spoken] Down below [HERMES, spoken] [HADES, spoken] He bares his teeth and tears your skin Wait, wait- Laying low, staying out of sight [PERSEPHONE, spoken] Wait for me, I’m coming I ain't supposed to say it Wait for me, I’m coming too Another way? Wait for me, I’m coming Featuring Lulu Fall, Jessie Shelton, Shaina Taub & 2 more. So... [ORPHEUS, spoken] Wait for Me Kimberly Marable, Khaila Wilcoxon, Ahmad Simmons, Afra Hines, T. Oliver Reid, John Krause, André De Shields, Reeve Carney, Jewelle Blackman, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Kay Trinidad, Timothy Hughes, Malcolm Armwood & Jessie Shelton It ain’t along the railroad track. [ORPHEUS, spoken] No... [ORPHEUS, spoken] Listen to your favorite songs from Hadestown (Original Broadway Cast Recording) by Anais Mitchell Now. [HERMES, muffled] Alternative folk singer/songwriter Anaïs Mitchell originally presented her epic musical version of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice as a recording in 2010. [HERMES, spoken] Flowers Lyrics: What I wanted was to fall asleep / Close my eyes and disappear / Like a petal on a stream, a feather on the air / Lily white and poppy red / I trembled when he laid me out / You Is the one that howls inside your head. [HERMES] Wait for me, I’m coming The original version of the musical premiered in the town of Barre, Vermont in 2006. You'll find another muse somewhere It ain’t along the black-top tar We’ll try again next fall. You’ll have to take the long way down Marked by alternatively soulful and playful acoustic arrangements and rich harmony vocals, the over-two-hour cast album features performances by an ensemble led by singer/songwriter and actor Reeve Carney as Orpheus, Eva Noblezada (Miss Saigon) as Eurydice, Patrick Page (Beauty and the Beast, Spring Awakening) as Hades, and Amber Gray (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) as Persephone. Through the underground, under cover of night ’Til you get to the bottomland Brother, what do you care? [HEREMES, spoken] They’ll truss you up in your Sunday best [ORPHEUS] The dog you really got to dread Yeah, I didn't think so Alternative folk singer/songwriter Anaïs Mitchell originally presented her epic musical version of the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice as a recording in 2010. [PERSEPHONE, spoken] To the end of the earth If you got the bones, if you got the bread Just how far would you go for her? Wait. Wait, I’m coming with you I don’t know. [ORPHEUS, spoken] Wait, Hadestown: The Myth. Cinder bricks and razor wire

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