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  • Everyone (including audience members) at Theater Wit is required to be vaccincated to enter the building.
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By Alex Higgin-Houser and David Kornfeld
Directed by Nick Thornton
Music directed by Robert Ollis
Theater One
Underscore Theatre Company, in association with Theater Wit

Anarchist labor leaders clash with a brutal police force in a battle for survival, and violent rebels armed with dynamite threaten to destroy the labor movement before it starts. The most important untold story in American history, brought to life by a company of twelve actor-musicians, singing and playing through the folk, Americana and bluegrass score.

First presented in 2016 to a sold-out run and critical acclaim, as well as a Jeff nomination for Best New Musical, Haymarket has been further developed by Underscore Theatre, working with director Nick Thornton and Jeff Award-winning music director Robert Ollis to create a brand-new theatrical experience, where actors create the band, immersing the audience in the music of the revolution!

Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes with intermission


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