Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812
Written by Dave Malloy
Directed by Patrick Dooley & Erin Mei-Ling Stuart
Musical Direction by Daniel Alley
In-person performances: Nov. 5 - Dec. 30, 2022
M.A.D. Night : Thursday, November 17
Live stream performance dates: Thursday, November 17 & Thursday, December 1, 2022. Book your tickets on Overture+
Based upon a section of Tolstoy's War and Peace, this musical extravaganza follows the story of Natasha, a young woman who arrives in Moscow longing for her fiance; and Pierre, a middle aged man full of regrets. Expect to find the Ashby Stage transformed with cabaret tables, Russian vodka, and an unforgettable theatrical experience. Nominated for twelve Tony awards!
Show sponsors: Naomi Janowitz & Andrew Lazarus; Kitty; Jason Marks; Mindful Money; Les & Sue Polgar, Ragesh Tangri & Daralyn Durie
Season sponsors: Anonymous, Don Kaufman & Carol Amyx; Craig & Kathy Moody; Richard Nelson & Jan Berman
Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812 is generously supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Our previews performances between November 5 and November 11 are pay-what-you-can shows, meaning that you set the preferred price of your ticket!
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Getting tickets & coming to the theater
Wondering why some seats are unavailable? For The Great Comet, we are leaning in to the party atmosphere of the show and will be reconfiguring the entire theater in some new and exciting ways. Our set designer is working on the design, so we have put a number of house seats on hold to ensure that we don't have to move patrons once the final design is in.
We recommend booking your tickets now. We'll send an email to everyone with booked tickets once the set design is finalized in the event you'd like to move your seats.