Happy Hour #11 (Part 1): Natasha, Pierre & the Great Podcast of 1812
Come with us to 19th century Russia where we attend the stunning musicopera, “Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812” based on a chapter of Tolsty’s epic ‘War and Peace’. Seeing as it’s regarded as one of the longest novels, we thought we’d make this one of the longest podcasts - so here’s part 1! We muse about how Comet will leave its mark on the future of musical theatre, whether it’s Mosc-OH or Mosc-OW, and generally bask in the brilliance of Mr Dave Malloy!
Shout out to superfan, Brad, who supplied us with an amazing relic from the American Rep production of the show – an actual, honest to goodness programme!
Come join us on our obsession with Dave Malloy - check out his blog for some magic musings from the maestro himself!
Get a glimpse of the stunning production values and interviews from the creative team.
Is it Mosc-OH or Mosc-OW? Linguists of the Happy Hour, let us know!
Bored of reading the Hamilton genius pages for the millionth time? We’ve got you covered.
Join us for a shot of your finest Russian standard and tasty pierogi and stay tuned for Part 2 coming soon!