Slava's Snowshow

Slava's Snowshow

Tickets for Slava's Snowshow at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway are available now.

The family festive spectacular known as Slava's Snowshow previously staged its Broadway premiere at the Helen Hayes Theatre in December 2008 and now, over a decade later, the production is set to bring its unique wintry magic back to the Great White Way.

(Photo by Vladimir Mishukov​)

About Slava's Snowshow:

Unleashing a breathtaking artistic thrill ride for audiences of all ages and languages, the show offers a dreamlike vision that overflows with magical dynamism and humorous antics, set within an absurd and surrealistic world. Each scene paints a picture: an unlikely shark swimming in a misty sea; heart-breaking goodbyes on a railway platform; an entire audience enveloped in a gigantic web; a wave of vibrant balloons bouncing off the fingertips of theatregoers; and a world-renowned roaring snowstorm of a finale that’s sure to leave audiences spellbound. 

Slava Polunin
David Carpenter, John Arthur Pinckard & Hunter Arnold
Slava Polunin & Viktor Kramer
Roman Dubinnikov & Slava Polunin
Slava Polunin & Viktor Plotnikov
Slava Polunin
Slava's Snowshow Performance Dates & Times
Previews from: 
November 11, 2019
Opening date: 
November 13, 2019
January 5, 2020

Performance schedules for all shows are subject to change.

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Stephen Sondheim Theatre

124 West 43rd Street (between Broadway and 6th Avenue), New York, NY 10036
Nearest subway station:
42nd Street - Bryant Park

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Slava's Snowshow
Slava’s Snowshow to return to Broadway for limited holiday engagement
August 23, 2019

The Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated production of Slava’s Snowshow is set to return to Broadway for a limited holiday engagement at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre from November 11, 2019. Returning to New York for the first time in a decade, Slava’s Snowshow is a spellbinding contemporary circus production conceived by Russian performance artist Slava Polunin in 1993. When it ran in New York from December 2008, it was nominated for the Tony Award for "Unique Theatrical Show" in 2009.