Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two on Broadway: Tickets and Show Description
Based off Hilary Mantel’s best-selling and National Book Critics Circle Award winning novel of the same name, as well as its sequel Bring Up the Bodies, Wolf Hall: Parts 1 & 2 comes to Broadway following a wildly successful London run. The two plays are performed in repertory at the Winter Garden Theatre, lasting a marathon 5 and a half hours. The plays can either be viewed on separate days, or together with a 2 and a half hour dinner break. Directed by Jeremy Herrin, who is making his Broadway directorial debut Set during 16th century England, the show chronicles the ascension of Thomas Cromwell during the rule of King Henry VIII. King Henry VIII of course is most recognized for annulling and beheading several of his wives. Cromwell in particular was one of King Henry’s confidants and used his position of power to abet King Henry’s controversial reign.
The double bill stars the original London lead actors who all received rave reviews: Ben Miles plays Thomas Cromwell, Lydia Leonard plays Anne Boleyn, and Nathaniel Parker plays King Henry VIII. The London production meanwhile continued with a replacement cast, where the show received extremely positive reviews and also sold tickets very well. The music for this Broadway show is by Stephen Warbeck. Furthermore, scenic design is by Christopher Oram, costume design is also by Christopher Oram, lighting design is by Paule Constable, and sound design is by Nick Powell.
Noteworthy Dates For The Show Previews Begin: 03/20/15
Show Opens: 04/09/15
Show Closes: 07/05/15
Number of Performances: 8 Shows per week
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Should You See Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two On Broadway?
What Is Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two Like? Wolf Hall follows the crafty and ambitious rise of Thomas Cromwell, from poor working class beginnings to advisor to Tudor King Henry VIII. The name Wolf Hall itself both describes the King's predatory nature and the name of the estate of his soon to be next conquest, Jane Seymour. Part one deals with Cromwell's role in bringing together Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Part two focuses on Henry VIII, having broken with Rome to marry Anne Boleyn and his anxiety to produce a male heir. Cromwell is a soft spoken family man, yet is purely Machiavellian, when it comes to the inner workings of court life. The plays were adapted by Mike Poulton from the novels by Dame Hilary Mantel.
Is Wolf Hall: Parts One & Two Good for Kids?
The show is not appropriate for young children. Its advanced themes may be best suited to older children over the age of 12. Parents should be forewarned of the adult scenes. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Lydia Leonard as Anne Boleyn
Ben Miles as Thomas Cromwell
Nathaniel Parker as King Henry VIII
The Shubert Organization
Matthew Byam Shaw
Hillary Mantell (Book)
-Adapted by Mike Poulton
Staff and Creative Team:
General Manager: James Triner at James Triner Theatricals LLC Company Manager: Megan Curren at James Triner Theatricals LLC
Production Manager: Aurora Productions Advertising Representative:
AKA NYC Press Agent:
Jeffrey Richards Associates Production Stage Manager:
Play - Drama
Jeremy Herrin (Director)
Christopher Oram (Set + Costume Designer)
Paule Constable + David Plater (Light Designer)
Stephen Warbeck (Music)
Nick Powell (Sound Designer)
Parking For This Theatre: The closest parking garage for the Winter Garden Theatre is located at:
Quik Park Garage Triple Eight Garage
New York, NY 10019
Redball Parking LLC
225 West 49th Street
New York, NY 10019
The closest parking is not always the best as it often takes longer to park and retrieve your vehicle as fellow theatre goers have the same idea.
A better choice of parking may be the second choice or further away by a couple of Avenues.