Miss You Like Hell

Miss You Like Hell

The Public Theater continues its 2017-2018 Off-Broadway season with the New York premiere of new musical Miss You Like Hell, starring two-time Tony Award nominee Daphne Rubin-Vega.

Performances take place in the Public's Newman Theater.

The world premiere of Miss You Like Hell was staged at la Jolla Playhouse in California in November 2016.

(Photos by Joan Marcus)

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Running time: 
1hr 45mins (no intermission)
Categories: 
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About Miss You Like Hell:

Beatriz, a flawed mom to 16 year-old Olivia, is an undocumented immigrant on the verge of deportation. After living estranged from each other for years, a mother and daughter embark on a road trip that crosses state lines. Together they meet Americans of different backgrounds, shared dreams, and complicated truths in this powerful new show with vast heart and fierce humor.

By:
Book & Lyrics by Quiara Alegría Hudes and Music & Lyrics by Erin McKeown
Producer:
The Public Theater
Director:
Lear deBessonet
Lighting:
Tyler Micoleau
Sound:
Jessica Paz
Design:
Riccardo Hernandez
Choreography:
Danny Mefford
Costume:
Emilio Sosa
Cast list:
Daphne Rubin-Vega (as Beatriz), Danny Bolero (as Manuel), Latoya Edwards (as Pearl), Gizel Jiménez (as Olivia), David Patrick Kelly (as Higgins), and Michael Mulheren (as Mo), with Marinda Anderson, Andrew Cristi, Shawna M. Hamic, and Marcus Paul James
Miss You Like Hell Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
March 20, 2018
Opening date: 
April 10, 2018
Closes: 
May 13, 2018
MatineeEvening
Monday--
Tuesday-8pm
Wednesday-8pm
Thursday-8pm
Friday-8pm
Saturday2pm8pm
Sunday2pm8pm

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Our Miss You Like Hell Review

Miss You Like Hell, now at the The Public’s Newman Theater is an ambitious piece. It is a classic hero's journey. In a way - and I mean this sincerely - it is like The Wizard of Oz. One person sets off on a quest and along the way she gathers her tribe to support her, to teach her, and, finally, to guide her home.