“A big fat hit!” - Chicago Tribune “Sensational!” - Chicago Sun Times “A bona fide tribute concert!” – Newcity “Flawless!” - WBEZ
“A profound emotional journey!” - Rolling Stone “Best example of a musician’s bio on stage!” – The New York Post
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Now playing until Aug. 31
Wed, Thur, Fri, & Sat @ 7:30pm
Sun matinee @ 2:30pm
Runs 2 1/2 hours with one intermission.
at Greenhouse Theater Center
2257 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago
(773) 404-7336 or here.
We offer free post-show events on Sundays.
The blues and southern rock collide in Chicago’s smash hit! Following Hank Williams’ rise from the beginnings to his triumphs on the Grand Ole Opry to his self-destruction at twenty-nine, audiences will be treated to an unforgettable tribute of more than 20 hits, including “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry”, “Move It on Over”, “Hey, Good Lookin’”, and “Jambalaya”. To explore more about Hank Williams: Lost Highway, read our playguide. Read our Artistic Director & Director statements.
Cast (in alphabetical order): Dana Black (Waitress), Matt Brumlow* (Hank Williams), Austin Cook* (Hoss), John Foley (Shag), Greg Hirte (Leon), James Leaming* (Pap), Michael Mahler*(Jimmy), Suzanne Petri* (Mama), Cora Vander Broek (Audrey), & Byron Glenn Willis (Tee Tot).
Production: Damon Kiely (director), Malcolm Ruhl (music director), Michael Mahler* (associate music director), Jackie Penrod (co-scenic), Rick Penrod (co-scenic), Rick Sims (sound), Nick Belley (lights), Ellie Humphrys (assistant lights/master electrician), Sarah E. Ross* (costumes), Christopher Neville* (assistant costumes), Arianna Soloway* (properties), Ellen Willett (production manager), Jaclyn Holsey* (stage manager), Dana M. Nestrick (stage manager), Kathryn Lochert (assistant stage manager), Brian Claggett* (technical director), Eric Backus (sound engineer), & Lauri Dahl* (associate dramaturg).
*American Blues Theater Ensemble and Artistic Affiliates
We are proud to continue our PINK PREVIEWS with proceeds from our Preview performances will be donated to the Lynn Sage Foundation for breast cancer research. We support and partner with Old Town School of Folk Music.