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Girl from the North Country

The last time Broadway contemplated the music and the mood of Bob Dylan was in 2006, when Twyla Tharp directed and choreographed the surreal dance-driven piece “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” set at a circus. (It opened and closed in less than a month.) A new Dylan musical, “Girl from the North Country,”体育投注网平台 is similarly detached from direct biography, as perhaps befits an artist so resistant to categorization. But its tone is defiantly not circus-like. The playwright Conor MacPherson sets the story at a boarding house in Depression-era Duluth—Dylan’s birthplace, before his birth—where money and luck are in short supply. The show, which McPherson also directs, has played in London’s West End and downtown, at the Public Theatre. It will be at the Belasco starting Feb. 7.