NORD-OST, Moscow Production
The first Russian world-level musical NORD-OST opened up in Moscow on October 19, 2001.
A Russian story, music and dance combined with the splendour and scale of Broadway and West End musicals guaranteed NORD-OST’s smash hit in Russia.
The Moscow production of NORD-OST received an overwhelming response from the audience: month after month, on a daily schedule, full houses, standing ovation. Theatre experts also had their say: as the best musical, NORD-OST was awarded the “Golden Mask” - the highest prize of the Russian national theatre.
The successful run of the NORD-OST musical in Moscow was cut short by the attack of terrorists in October 2002. Despite all the damages, the musical was revived in February 2003.