‘Slava’s Snowshow’ to stream on BroadwayHD

The Tony Award-nominated show was last seen on Broadway in 2019.

Photo credit: Slava’s Snowshow (Photo by Vladimir Mishukov)

The contemporary circus and variety show Slava’s Snowshow will be available to stream this month. The production will be available on BroadwayHD from February 8, marking the first time Slava’s Snowshow can be watched online.

Celebrating the magical powers of snow and ice, Slava’s Snowshow includes a series of wintry vignettes. Clowns bounce all over the stage using interpretative props and popular music, ending with a spellbinding snowstorm of a finale.

Slava’s Snowshow was first staged in Moscow in 1993, later making its London premiere in 1997. Its Broadway premiere came in 2008 at the Hayes Theater, and was revived last year at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre for its second Broadway season.

In a five star review for New York Theatre Guide, Holli Harms said the show “will remind you about the beauty of our world. About simple acts of love and kindness. It is the epitome of empathy, vulnerability, and childlike wonderment. The clown, the pantomime, is unsurpassable in their ability to surprise through what can only be described as magic in expressing the musicality of life, the beautiful singular moments in the everyday.” 

Slava’s Snowshow will stream on BroadwayHD from February 8. New productions on the streaming service include Jersey Boys, Cinderella and Peter Pan Goes Wrong. 

Photo credit: Slava’s Snowshow (Photo by Vladimir Mishukov)