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ANASTASIA features a book by celebrated playwright Terrence Mc Nally, a lush new score by Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) with direction by Tony Award® winner Darko Tresnjak.
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Vlad and his good-looking young partner in deception, Dmitry (Derek Klena), take up the pretty street sweeper, Anya (Ms. They train her in aristo ways in a wan “My Fair Lady”-style tutoring session.
(Never have I so missed “The Rain in Spain.”)The three sneak out of Russia, after a sentimental choral farewell to their homeland.
Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing conman and a lovable ex-aristocrat.
Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love, and family.
Once she switches from her street-sweeper rags into Parisian haute couture (the costumes are by Linda Cho) you may discern a resemblance to that current fashion plate of American royalty, Ivanka Trump. Such are the little self-diverting games a constant theatergoer plays when the mind wanders.
The cartoon version from 1997 is very fondly remembered by people who saw it as tweens, especially girls.
It is a reminder, among other things, that bloody periods of history, like the Russian Revolution, do not naturally lend themselves to perky song and dance.
(Yes, I know, I know — there are the stunning exceptions of “Les Misérables” and “Miss Saigon,” but would anyone ever describe these grim behemoths as perky?
And “Hamilton” is its own animal.)It’s a challenge not to wince, for example, during the unspooling of a plot that segues from the execution of the Russian royal family to plucky comic numbers about hard times in the newborn Soviet Union. But a con man who remembers more glamorous days does, mournfully recalling: “I hobnobbed with the royals/ But then a change of luck./ The czar was dead, the royals fled, and comrade, now we’re stuck!
” The one reminiscing is the unctuous, middle-aged Vlad (John Bolton, looking embarrassed), who comes up with the scheme of passing off a promising impostor as Anastasia, Nicholas II’s youngest daughter, who is rumored to have survived the firing squad.