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Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812

  • A Crow’s Theatre and The Musical Stage Company Production
  • By Dave Malloy
  • Directed by Chris Abraham
    Choreographed by Kimberley Rampersad
  • Jan 26 - Feb 14, 2021
  • $39 - $129
  • The Winter Garden Theatre Centre, 189 Yonge Street, ON M5B 1M4
  • Details

    Drink with me my love, for there's fire in the sky.

    A radically contemporary adaptation of a selection of Tolstoy's acclaimed 1868 novel 'War and Peace', the 12-time Tony-nominated musical brings a passionate, romantic and high-stakes 1812 Moscow to life through a ground-breaking score that mixes indie rock, pop, Russian folk, electronic dance music and classic Broadway.

    The musical had its world premiere in New York City in 2012 at Ars Nova before moving into a specially built cabaret-style space in the meatpacking district. The show moved to Broadway in 2016 at the Imperial Theatre and starred Josh Groban. It was announced just last week that the musical was available for licensing – the Toronto production will not only be the Canadian premiere but also the first international production.

    Tickets are available now exclusively to groups of 8 or more through our box office.
     
    Receive first-access to this limited 22-performance run and a 20% discount. Book now by calling our box office at 647-341-7390 x1010.
    One of the decade's best musicals - TIME OUT NEW YORK
    The most innovative and the best new musical to open on Broadway since Hamilton - NEW YORK TIMES
    Dave Malloy may be a genius. - NEW YORK THEATRE REVIEW

     

     
  • The Team

    CREATIVE

    • Chris Abraham - Director
    • Dave Malloy - Creator
    • Kimberley Rampersad - Choreographer