Hatfield & McCoy House Theatre of Chicago

"Hatfield & McCoy is a feud worth taking seriously." ★★★
Chris Jones, The Chicago Tribune

A sweeping historical saga, with more than a touch of romance. Definitely worth the visit."
Chicagoland Musical Theatre

"It is a well done production that opens up ones' eyes to what can happen when hate gets in the way of life itself." ★★★★ - Around the Town Chicago

"The House has another hit on its hands." ★★★ 1/2 -
Chicago On Stage

A Joseph Jeff Awards Recommended Production

Closes March 11th - Showtimes Thu-Fri 730p; Sat 3p, 8p; Sun 3p

More info: boxoffice@thehousetheatre.com or 773.769.3832

 


 


01/19/18 - 03/11/18

TBD


Murder and moonshine! Hoe-Downs and Holy Rollin'! It's the true tale of the most infamous family feud in American history. Gunplay and romance erupt between the Hatfields and McCoys, served up with a heaping helping of bluegrass and bloody revenge.

Shawn Pfautsch's love letter to Romeo and Juliet in a philosophically polarized America returns, once again helmed by company member Matt Hawkins.

On the border of Kentucky and West Virginia, North and South, Fact and Fiction, two cabins both alike in dignity wage a war of words and bullets. Now with more guns, more righteousness, and more un-neighborly conduct, The House presents: Hatfield & McCoy.

Author
Shawn Pfautsch

Director
Matt Hawkins

Performers
Actors: Anish Jethmalan, Stacy Stoltz, Bradley Grant Smith, Haley Bolithon, Collin Quinn Rice, Khloe Janel, Cody Proctor, Tommy Malouf, Royen Kent, Kyle Ryan, Robert D. Hardaway, Marika Mashburn, Michael E. Smith, Kyle Whalen, Jenni M. Hadley, Tia Pinson, Ann Delaney, Desmond Gray, Jamie Vann. Understudies: Adam Benjamin, Jacob Fjare, Tobi Mattingly, Andy Monson, Ethan Peterson. Musicians: Matthew Muniz, Jess McIntosh, Jake Saleh.

Production
Co-composer - Matt Kahler; Scenic/Light Designer - Lee Keenan; Sound Designer - Grover Hollway; Assoc Scenic Designer/Props Designer - Ellie Terrell; Costume Designer - Emily McConnell; Choreographer - Katherine Scott; Stage Manager - Lauren Batson; Music Director - Matthew Muniz; Director of Casting - Marika Mashburn; Asst Director - Madison Smith

Tags: Theater, American, 2018