Rollicking Musical Biography Hank Williams: Lost Highway at Laguna Playhouse
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Featured review from Magda RicherRed Velvet
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Fantastik! Everything was superb! Wished we had bought the CD from the cast instead of the Hank Williams CD!
Nevertheless, it was so nice to learn about Hank's life but so sad to see that another talented person like him, bit the dust because of alcohol and drugs.
We had great seats and the price was great, thanks to Goldstar.
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“Exhilarating! …serves up classic country with the edges raw and the energy hot” –_Rolling Stone _
“Williams fans won’t be disappointed by the musical numbers. You get all the famous ones…and they’re smartly integrated into the story and superbly performed.” —Orange County Register
“Hank Williams: Lost Highway, a rollicking musical biography of Williams, is as evocative and sharply written a play as it is a rousing…testament to the enduring power of his music.” —OC Weekly
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Hank Williams: Lost Highway is a spectacular musical biography of the rise and fall of the brash, forever young, always legendary singer-songwriter who stands among the greatest innovators of American popular music. Follow Williams through his often lonely journey from backwoods Alabama to super-stardom at the Grand Ole Opry. This unforgettable tribute highlights his unique magic as a performer and the simple spell of his yearning songs, and features more than 20 hits, including “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Jambalaya” and “Hey, Good Lookin’."
By Randal Myler and Mark Harelik
Directed by Randal Myler