It's safe to say that there's never been a show on Broadway quite like The Great Comet. The stylish and energetic retelling of War and Peace seemingly defies genre, time, and space. It's bold and daring and fresh, and it has completely captivated the New York theatre community. Diane Paulus, director of Waitress and the recent revivals of HAIR and Pippin, said that The Great Comet is "driven by a desire to break rules, to stretch what is possible in the theatre."
The biggest names in contemporary theatre are abuzz with their thoughts on The Great Comet. In the video below, listen to Norm Lewis, Stephen Schwartz, Oskar Eustis, and many other theatrical giants share their thoughts on what makes The Great Comet so very special. If you want your group to experience this spectacularly unique production, visit the show page below.