Iconic Treasures of Broadway:Drape from Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 and Certificate of Authenticity Signed by Josh Groban and Dave Malloy
There is Broadway memorabilia that is so rare, so unique and invaluable, so outstanding that they stand alone. Here are four pieces from the past, each representing a landmark Broadway musical, signed by legends and, with those signatures, now a one-of-a-kind treasure of Broadway musical theatre history. Most fans could only see these under glass or from behind barricades in a library or museum. Each can be yours to hang and display, to share with your admiring friends with pride.
Own a piece of Broadway’s acclaimed musical Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. Winners of the Tony Award for Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting Design Mimi Lien and Bradley King created one of the most memorable sets and immersive interiors ever seen in a Broadway theatre. You can take home a panel of red velvet curtain that draped the house of the Imperial Theatre. This one-of-a-kind piece is hanging on a segment of the brass handrails from the stairs of the theatre. It has been decorated with the same images, using the same technique as some of the show costumes. Included is a certificate of authenticity signed by the show’s creator, Tony nominee Dave Malloy and four-time Grammy Award nominee Josh Groban, the Tony-nominated original Pierre.
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