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It is both the most innovative and the best new musical to open on Broadway since 'Hamilton'"

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

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Nominated for 12 Tony Awards

After years of speculation, Josh Groban finally made his Broadway debut! However his turn in this ravishing adaptation of the most scandalous pages from Tolstoy's epic War and Peace will end on July 2nd. Reimagined as a transporting electro-pop opera, writer Dave Malloy immerses us in the decadent world of the Russian Aristocracy, with all the trappings of romance, passion, caviar and vodka as the lives of the titular characters are changed forever under the light of certain cosmic phenomenon.

With a score that merges elements of Russian folk sounds, classical music and indie rock accents, this sung-through musical is a dazzling delight, originally opening to much fanfare Off Broadway in 2013. With book, music and lyrics from Malloy and direction from Rachel Chavkin, the show breaks the bounds of the regular theatrical experience, with the performers immersing themselves in the audience, bringing the action directly to you! It's no surprise the show is up for an incredible 12 awards, including Best Musica!

What's the story?

Moscow glitters in the winter of 1812 as the decadence of the salons and opera houses continue to captivate the upper classes. War will soon be upon them, but the only battles to be fought for now are those of the heart. Into this twinkling chandelier paradise comes Natasha (Denee Benton), young, beautiful, engaged. Charged with spending the season with her Godmother, she and her cousin Sonya find the city to be most diverting and it is not long until Natasha is noticed by Anatole, roguish, handsome and very married. He steals her heart, taking her mind very far from her soldier fiance Andrey.

With a scandal on the horizon, Pierre (Groban), a wealthy young man on the verge of existential crisis, is drafted in by the Godmother to put a stop to any dishonor and save Natasha from social ruin. Without ever meeting the girl he sets out to help smooth things over, hoping to find himself a little bit of meaning on the way...

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Previews from: 18 October 2016

Opening night: 14 November 2016


May not be suitable for those under twelve years of age

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And before you stop reading

Dave Molloy will replace Josh Groban on the following days: May 4 through May 9, May 16, June 13, June 20 & June 27​.


Vodka anyone? Broadway raises a toast to the success of this breathtaking musical

Dave Malloy's production has finally landed on Broadway and the result is a show is so beautiful I don't know where to begin more »

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Paula Lewis: “Brilliant Performance!”

This musical was absolutely magical! Every single cast member is enormously... more

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