Anastasia Broadway Matthew Murphy

Journey To The Past: Setting Anastasia On Broadway

Scenic designer Alexander Dodge discusses the architectural similarities between tsarist Russia and 1920s Paris as well as keeping up with over 30 scene locations.

It’s a rumor, a legend, a mystery—the biggest con in history.

Written by Terrence McNally with music by Stephen Flaherty and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, Anastasia explores the wishful theory that one daughter survived the mass murder of the Romanov family after the Bolshevik Revolution in 1918. Inspired by the 1956 film and 1997 animated film, the musical focuses on Anya, an amnesiac orphan, who falls in with two con men. As they train her to impersonate the youngest d

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