'Slava’s Snowshow' Returns to Broadway

Slava’s Snowshow is making its back to Broadway in the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

The show first made its Broadway debut in 2009 at the Helen Hayes Theatre. The Oliver Award-winning show is returning to New York this season for a limited holiday run. Performances will begin November 11th, 2019 with opening night on November 13th, 2019 and will play through January 5th, 2020. Performances will take place at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, which is where Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is running until October 27th, 2019.

Slava Polunin, a clown from central Russia, created and staged the Tony nominated show and even starred in the original production. This show is a visual experience known for its climactic blizzard and its silent clowns who roam a wintery landscape. The surrealist show brings the audiences imagination to life through its theatrical spectacle and hilarity of the clowns. Slava’s Snowshow has restored the art of clowning and is guaranteed to bring smiles to audience members of all ages.

 

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