Happy Hour #11 (Part 1): Natasha, Pierre & the Great Podcast of 1812
In This Episode
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!