Josh Groban, who played his final performance in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet 1812 July 2, will chronicle his road to Broadway in a new book entitled Stage to Stage: My Journey to Broadway.
Groban announced the news via Twitter, writing, "Hey all! The last few years have been insane. So I made a coffee table book about it. It's full of great memories. Pre order info soon!!"
No other information about the book has been revealed.
Hey all! The last few years have been insane. So I made a coffee table book about it. It's full of great memories. Pre order info soon!! pic.twitter.com/LnaOKkyGAX— josh groban (@joshgroban) July 6, 2017
The Great Comet marked the Broadway debut of Groban, who earned raves from critics and a Tony Award nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Musical. Groban’s casting secured the unconventional show’s move to Broadway last October.
Watch The Great Comet perform on the 2017 Tony Awards:
Groban will be succeeded by former Hamilton cast member Okieriete “Oak” Onaodowan, who is now scheduled to begin performances as Pierre on July 11. Through July 9, the role is played by the show’s Tony-nominated creator (and original Off-Broadway Pierre), Dave Malloy.
Created by Malloy and directed by Rachel Chavkin, The Great Comet opened at Broadway’s Imperial Theatre November 14, 2016. The production received 12 Tony Award nominations, the most of the season, and won for scenic and lighting design.