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Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812

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Overview

After sold-out, critically acclaimed runs Off-Broadway and at Boston’s esteemed American Repertory Theater, the musical Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 hits Broadway with Grammy-winning sensation Josh Groban in his Broadway debut, alongside Denée Benton, who wowed audiences in London’s West End in The Book of Mormon.

Inspired by 70 pages of Tolstoy’s epic novel War and Peace, Natasha, Pierre is a musical like no other. Featuring music and libretto by Dave Malloy (Ghost Quartet) and directed by Rachel Chavkin (The Royale at Lincoln Center Theater), this is the story of a beautiful young society women named Natasha who finds herself in Moscow awaiting her fiancé’s return from the war. An impulsive tryst with a married man makes her an outcast, and her only hope at happiness and a second chance lies with a mysterious loner named Pierre.

Aside from its gorgeous, pop- and rock-infused score, astonishing romance and riveting performances, what makes The Great Comet a must-see is the one-of-a-kind experience. Broadway’s Imperial Theatre has been transformed into a fully immersive space, with onstage seating, upholstered banquettes and chairs at tables, with much of the action taking place on stage and in what would ordinarily be the front of the orchestra section.



Why Go?

Lavish and luxurious, sweeping and sensational, The Great Comet will transport you to another time, another place and a whole new kind of Broadway. It’s no wonder Ben Brantley of The New York Times raves that it’s “a heaven-sent fireball,” and The Times’ Charles Isherwood calls it “a vibrant, thrillingly imagined new musical.”

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This soaring show is perfect for musical-theater lovers with a sense of adventure, as well as those who want to think outside the traditional Broadway experience. What Natasha, Pierre really has going for it is its event status. With a Broadway house draped in red velvet, dripping with chandeliers and stunningly reimagined as a whole new kind of performance space, this show ups the ante, making it a musical that’s sure to generate lots of buzz.

While not interactive, don’t be surprised if you find an actor grabbing a chair at your table or playing a scene for all to see just inches from your seat. 



Additional Information

● Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 may not be suited for kids under 12. Children under 4 aren’t allowed inside Kazino.
● This Off-Broadway musical has a running time of two hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission.
● Wheelchair seating and restrooms capable of accommodating guests with disabilities are available on the premises. 



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Location
259 W 45th St.
New York, NY 10036