Slava's Snowshow

A clown seems to be creating a giant snowball in the winter. Next to it, Slava's Snowshow is written across the image.

Show Details

Performance Schedule

TUESDAY thru THURSDAY @ 7 PM
FRIDAY & SATURDAY @ 8 PM
WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY @ 2 PM
SUNDAY @ 3 PM

Run Dates

November 11, 2019 - January 05, 2020

Upcoming Scheduled Events

No scheduled performances found.

Running Time

1:40 hrs

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Show Description

A theatrical experience that melds the art of clowning with spectacle visual images and fantasy, culminating in a snowstorm that engulfs the entire audience. This romantically wistful theatrical adventure offers a dreamlike vision that overflows with magical dynamism and humorous antics, set within an absurd and surrealistic world.

SLAVA’S SNOWSHOW
made its American debut in 2004 and became an instant theatrical sensation, breaking the record for highest grossing show in the history of the Union Square Theatre. Now a theatrical classic, Slava's Snowshow pushes the boundaries of family show to its highest standards and has been rewarded with more than twenty international awards, including an Olivier Award for Best Entertainment, a Drama Desk Award, and a Tony Award nomination.

 “My heart leapt. Snowshow induces waves of giggles and sighs of pleasure.”
- New York Times

Audience Advisory

Snow, Wind, Fog, Bubbles! No performance - Sunday, November 17; Thursday, November 28; Tuesday, December 17; Wednesday, December 25; Tuesday, December 31; and Wednesday, January 1

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November 11, 2019 - January 05, 2020

Wheelchair seating and assistive listening devices are always available.

For Show Times, see Performance Schedule above.


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Theatre Details

Address

Stephen Sondheim Theatre
124 West 43rd Street
New York City, NY 10036

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Public Transportation

By Subway: A, C, E, N, Q, R, 1, 2, 3 To 42nd St, walk North to 43rd Street, east to theatre. B, D, F - To 42nd St (at 6th Ave), walk North to 43rd Street, west to theatre

By Bus: Take the M5, M7, M20, M42, or M104 bus.

Additional Accessibility Details

Wheelchairs: Stairs for rows K-S have 1 step between rows, Step up to U, house right front orchestra not accessible Accessible seats are All of row T, house left in front of row K

Elevator\Escalator: Elevators are available to all levels.

Entrance: The theatre is underground, however, every level is accessible via elevator. There are no steps into the theatre.

Restroom: The main restroom level is on the Lounge Level, one level below street level, and has at least one stall that is larger to accommodate wheelchairs (the ladies’ room has four larger ones that can accommodate varying degrees of accessibility). The single occupancy ADA restroom is located on the Orchestra Lower Level, 2.5 levels below street level, and we can also accommodate any patrons that cannot do stairs via that level with seats from Rows A-H.

Water Fountain: A water fountain is available and water is also available at the bar.

Telephone: None on premises

Assisted Listening System: Reservations are not necessary. Drivers license or ID with printed address required as a deposit.

Folding Armrests: Mobility seats with folding armrests plus one companion seat available for purchase in person or over the phone.

Reviews (3)

On one level it’s pure, and starkly simple, entertainment, but it also presents a collective vision of human experience that echoes the pathos of great comics or mimes like Charlie Chaplin and Marcel Marceau. ... And while the show mostly avoids obvious spectacle, there are a few authentic “wow” moments.

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NYT CRITIC'S PICK

The show’s reappearance now, just as impeachment hearings are getting underway, is the kind of serendipity that we might not have known we needed. It offers a respite from our fraught present, a portal into a dreamscape where the only dialogue is nonsense talk... “Snowshow” excels at the sort of giddy physical humor that tickles belly laughter from children. ... But this piece isn’t only for kids, and it’s not all frivolity. 

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He [Slava Polunin] has the scrappy air of a street mime who’s managed to sneak onto the world’s most prestigious stages ... and is adept at feeding audiences from the palm of his hand. ... Being under the age of 12 may help; the production might also pair well with milder psychedelics. But if you can embrace the logic of nonsense and surrender your personal boundaries to the spirit of the season, you may find this blizzard a blast.

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