GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY is a musical with a book by Conor McPherson using the songs of Bob Dylan. It is the second Broadway show to use Dylan's music after Twyla Tharp's THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN'. The production premiered at The Old Vic in London running from 8 July to 7 October 2017, directed by McPherson.
It transferred into London's West End at the Noël Coward Theatre from 29 December 2017 for a limited 12-week run until 24 March 2018, with the majority of The Old Vic cast.
The production made its North American premiere Off-Broadway at The Public Theater in New York from 30 September to 22 December 2018, featuring an American cast.
The show, featuring a new cast including Katie Brayben and Anna-Jane Casey, was mounted at the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto from 28 September to 24 November 2019. Following this run, the production and cast transfered to London for a West End revival for eight weeks at the Gielgud Theatre on 10 December 2019.
GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY should have made its Broadway premiere at the Belasco Theatre, beginning previews on 7 February 2020 and officially opening on 5 March. The Covid-19 pandemic and the locking down of course changed the plans...
Program of the performance in Vic Theatre, London (8 July - 7 October 2017)
Noël Coward Theater (from 29 December 2017) flyer, front
same, flyer, back
Script of the play, Nick Hern Books (July 19, 2017), 96 pages, paperback. ISBN 978-1848426559 Thank you to John Baldwin for scans and information
Playbill, signed autographed by the cast at the Public Theatre, New York City, September 2018
Flyer -front & back- for the performances in Gielgud Theatre, London (8 weeks, starting 10 December 2019)