Photos: Take a Look at Betty Who and Phillip Boykin in Character for Hadestown | Playbill

Production Photos Photos: Take a Look at Betty Who and Phillip Boykin in Character for Hadestown

The Tony-winning musical continues at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

Betty Who and Phillip Boykin in Hadestown Matthew Murphy

Welcome to the new King and Queen of the Underworld. Here's a look at the current Hades and Persephone of Hadestown, Phillip Boykin and Betty Who, in character.

Betty Who made her Broadway debut in the Tony-winning musical Hadestown September 5 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. On that same day, Tony nominee Boykin (The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess) also joined the cast.

READ: To Betty Who and Phillip Boykin, Hadestown Is Basically The Parent Trap

Directed by Rachel Chavkin, Hadestown also stars original cast member and Grammy winner Reeve Carney as Orpheus, Solea Pfeiffer as Eurydice, and Tony winner Lillias White as Hermes. They are joined by Amelia Cormack, Lindsey Hailes, and Brit West as The Fates. The Workers chorus is played by Emily Afton, Malcolm Armwood, Alex Lugo, Sayo Oni, Alex Puette, and Grace Yoo. The cast also includes swings Brandon Cameron, Max Kumangai, Yael "YaYa" Reich, Eddie Noel Rodríguez, and Allysa Shorte.

Check out new production photos featuring Who, Boykin, and fellow Hadestown newcomer Pfeiffer below.

Check Out Production Photos of Betty Who and Phillip Boykin in Hadestown

Singer-songwriter Anaïs Mitchell’s folk- and jazz-infused musical layers the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice with that of Hades and Persephone, intertwining the actions—and consequences—of gods and mortals. Hadestown originally began as a theatrical concert performed by Mitchell.

The creative team features Tony-winning set designer Rachel Hauck, Tony-nominated costume designer Michael Krass, Tony-winning lighting designer Bradley King, Tony-winning sound designers Nevin Steinberg and Jessica Paz, choreographer David Neumann, and dramaturg Ken Cerniglia. Musical supervision and vocal arrangements are by Liam Robinson, with arrangements and orchestrations by Tony winners Michael Chorney and Todd Sickafoose.

Today’s Most Popular News:

Blocking belongs
on the stage,
not on websites.

Our website is made possible by
displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

Please consider supporting us by
whitelisting with your ad blocker.
Thank you!