"Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812" is a New York Times and Time Out Critics' Pick, and the New York Post calls it "inventive, ravishing and full-on romantic." Travelzoo subscribers can save more than 50% on regular admission tickets.
The Kazino tent, a glamorous 19th century velvet-draped venue, serves as the show's home. Regular seating at Saturday matinees and all Sunday - Thursday performances through Nov. 24 is $59 (reg. $125).
Upgrades are available to Prime seats for $99 (reg. $175) or Premium seats for $179 (reg. $237.50). Prime seats include the banquettes and tables, and Premium seats are those in the most immersive viewing locations.
Based on a section of "War and Peace," this musical unfolds around the audience, with actors using the entire theater as a stage. According to Time Out New York, the show is "a joyous affair. Inventive and thoughtful, this is theatre like no other in New York.”
Travelzoo Tip: Drinks are available for purchase and waiters will be on hand to serve them at your seat. At Saturday matinees, Russian High Tea is served -- small scones and borscht are included at the table, and an a la carte menu is also available.