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Girl from the North Country (Touring)


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Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 45 reviews

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Written and directed by celebrated playwright Conor McPherson and featuring Tony Award-winning orchestrations by Simon Hale, GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY reimagines 20 legendary songs of Bob Dylan as they've never been heard before, including "Forever Young," "All Along The Watchtower" and "Like A Rolling Stone."

It's 1934 in Duluth, Minnesota. We meet a group of wayward travelers whose lives intersect in a guesthouse filled with music, life and hope. Experience this 'profoundly beautiful' production (The New York Times) brought to vivid life by an extraordinary company.


Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 45 reviews
  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Absolutely stunning music, acting, and design!

    by Greg on 4/14/24

    Many reviews express disappointment in the musical's departure from Bob Dylan's original context and its utilization of multiple storylines and characters. However, I found the unexpected placement of Dylan's music in the 1930s setting to be refreshing and intriguing. The orchestrations and musical arrangements were not only beautiful but also emotionally charged, resonating deeply with Dylan's core themes of existential wandering in a bleak world. Rather than detracting, the multiple storylines and characters added depth to the overall theme, reflecting the struggles of individuals trying to survive the Great Depression and connect with one another. These intertwined tales were both heart-wrenching and cathartic, portrayed with cinematic nuance by the talented cast against a backdrop of a beautiful set and lighting design, bringing the world to life in vivid three-dimensional detail. I highly recommend you see this!

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Worth seeing

    by Liz S on 4/13/24Music Hall At Fair Park - Dallas

    The cast was phenomenal and the story overall was engaging and unique. The cast and writers did a great job of portraying the desperation of this period in American history. However, I thought there were pieces that were a bit choppy - including some songs that felt a little forced into the storyline. Also, given the size of the cast, I would have liked a little more audience cueing of characters (garment colors, use of names, etc.), as I not only felt but also heard others in the audience struggling to track characters. Worth seeing, but as someone who has attended MANY musicals I saw some room for improvement.

  • Rating: 1 out of 5

    A Disappointing Evening

    by JM on 4/13/24Music Hall At Fair Park - Dallas

    The story was not cohesive and didn’t match the music. The language was bad and didn’t need to be. It really wasn’t even clear who the girl from the north country was. A very disappointing performance and evening.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    Not what expected

    by Robyn on 1/25/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    Too many story lines made it hard to follow and you didn’t feel enough connect enough with individual characters. Claire may have been the only character that I was actually able to connect to. But I feel that she could even had a stronger storyline. The music was absolutely beautiful and the voices were stunning, but it just felt really hard to make the connection between the storyline and the songs, overall, a bunch of very sad stories that never really resolve

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Just okay

    by P j p on 1/24/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    Music was good but difficult to follow the storyline. Acting was so so, felt like I was watching a high school play.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Great play. Very enjoyable.

    by Bob on 1/23/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    Great production great show. All the characters were played and the interaction between them was excellent. Very enjoyable.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    enjoyable show

    by chris on 1/23/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    the singing in this show was incredible. every characters voice was clear and full of emotion . i was not really that impressed with the story but it did keep me interested until the end.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5


    by Norm on 1/23/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    The music was great, but the story line was hard to follow. People I talked to after all wondered who was the Girl from the North County. I wouldn't recommend this to those who have never been to a show.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Very disappointed

    by Patrick on 1/21/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    Could not believe the use of foul language. Was not necessary . Weird story

  • Rating: 5 out of 5


    by Bflobred on 1/21/24Shea's Performing Arts Center - Buffalo

    Awesome performers, all so very talented From singing , acting, playing Instruments ! Went to the show for Dylan’s lyrics & music ! What a very unique sound and also the lighting was very cool , almost looked like 3 D at times Mayb looked that way from the balcony was pretty far away . And I wasn’t smoking anything !! lol 😂