Hank Williams: Lost Highway
Hank Williams: Lost Highway is the spectacular musical biography of the legendary singer-songwriter frequently mentioned alongside Louis Armstrong, Robert Johnson, Duke Ellington, Elvis and Bob Dylan as one of the great innovators of American popular music. The play follows Williams’ rise from his beginnings on the Louisiana Hayride to his triumphs on the Grand Ole Opry to his eventual self-destruction at twenty-nine. Along the way, we are treated to indelible songs like “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Move It on Over” and “Hey, Good Lookin’,” which are given fresh and profound resonance set in the context of Williams’ life.
2 hours 30 minutes
"Hank Williams: Lost Highway, the sharp, witty, deftly shaped musical biography now in a sensational production by American Blues Theater, charts that classic arc of self-destruction. "
A south Alabama hillbilly singer, thin and black-eyed. He dresses in high-priced western suits and always wears a Stetson.
A Black south Alabama street singer of indeterminate age.
The keeper of an all-night diner somewhere in the south. A cheerful, lonely person.
A member of Hank's band, The Drifting Cowboys. A big, boyish man, Hank's age. Plays upright ("doghouse") bass.
A member of Hank's band, plays lead electric guitar. From Oklahoma, especially so in his speech.
A member of the band and a skillful musician on many instruments, featured on the fiddle. Pleasant and taciturn.
Fred Rose (Pap)
A founder and executive of a Nashville music publishing company. A Midwesterner from Chicago.
Hank's first wife, later his professional widow. A blond Alabama beauty, sweet and exuberant and sure.
The pedal steel guitarist.
Included in your license are the following cast and crew scripts. These materials will be shipped upon receipt of payment if your license request is approved.
10 Cast Script/Vocal Books
A combination of the show’s full script and the full vocal book. All dialogue within each song is printed in the score to prevent flipping back and forth during rehearsals. All books are spiral-bound and double-sided.
2 Director’s Scripts
A single-sided, spiral-bound script designed with plenty of space for the director to take notes and add blocking during the rehearsal process.
1 Stage Manager’s Script
A single-sided, three-hole punched script that can be inserted into your three-ring binder.
2 Piano/Conductor Scores
A keyboard score that is a key part of the show’s actual orchestration. This score contains both vocal parts and a cue staff, which guides the conductor through the full orchestration by informing them when instruments enter the song, as well as providing specific part lines when necessary.
Upright Bass, Electric Guitar, Mandolin, Fiddle, Steel Guitar
Official Logo Pack
Included with license
Includes color and black and white high-resolution logo files in JPG, PNG, and EPS formats.
Official Show Artwork
Creating artwork for your performance has never been easier – customize online in minutes, download a print-ready PDF, order printed posters, access layered files.
Social Media Marketing Kit
Includes everything you need to plan and implement the promotion of your show – 50+ graphics for social media, original show specific content, social media guide, promotion calendar and press release template.
Cast & Crew T-Shirts
As low as $14 each
Broadway Licensing has partnered with Subplot Studio to offer premium-quality Cast & Crew T-Shirts! You can add your theatre name, show dates and even your cast & crew names on the back.
Additional books (Cast Script/Vocal, Piano/Conductor, etc.) are available.
Digital Orchestration Parts
Prefer playing or rehearsing from your tablet? All of our orchestration scores (including PC and PV) are available in digital copies.
Digital PC or PV $50
Full Digital Orchestration Set $150
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