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Anastasia The Musical Fort Lauderdale TicketsThe story of Anastasia has captivated generations. Anastasia Romanov was the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II, who was Russia's last tsar. The people of Russia were growing tired of war, and the unrest hit a fever pitch during World War I. The Bolsheviks took advantage of this public unrest and took control in Russia by killing the tsar's entire family. Rumors circulated throughout the world that the tsar's youngest daughter, Anastasia, survived. That is what the Anastasia musical focuses on. The show supposes that Anastasia survived and lost all of her memories of her past life. The Anastasia stage production made its debut on May 13, 2016, at Connecticut's Hartford Stage. The show then made its Broadway debut in previews on March 23, 2017, and its official Broadway debut a month later.
A Secret She KeptAnastasia has been recognized with multiple awards from the theater community. The show was nominated for Tony Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical and Best Costume Design of a Musical. The show was also nominated for Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Book of a Musical, Outstanding Orchestrations, Outstanding Music and in four other categories. Anastasia won a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Projection Design. The Anastasia musical earned a national tour production that had its premiere on Oct. 9, 2018, at Schenectady, New York's Proctors Theatre.
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Who wrote the Anastasia stage production?The book for Anastasia was written by Terrence McNally. McNally also did work for And Things That Go Bump in the Night, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune and many more productions. The music was written by Stephen Flaherty and the lyrics by Lynn Ahrens. Flaherty and Ahrens have provided music and lyrics for Rocky, Suessical, My Favorite Year and many more.
What songs are featured in the stage production?Anastasia features six songs from the animated movie, including "Once Upon a December," "Paris Holds the Key," "A Rumor in St. Petersburg" and "Journey to the Past." There are also over a dozen songs that were written especially for the musical, including "Land of Yesterday," "My St. Petersburg" and "In My Dreams."
Where can I see Anastasia in Fort Lauderdale?The Anastasia tour brings the Broadway show to cities throughout the US. When it comes to Fort Lauderdale, you can see it at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts.
Is Anastasia on tour appropriate for all ages?The Anastasia tour production is recommended for viewers aged 8 and older. The show does not contain objectionable material, but it is a full-length Broadway musical with a running time of two hours and 25 minutes, which includes one intermission. Many young children may find it difficult to sit through the entirety of the show. Parents should consider if their child of any age is capable of acting appropriately during the show.
How historically accurate is the Anastasia musical?The main premise of the musical, Anastasia's survival, is historically inaccurate. Forensic evidence has proven that Anastasia died with the rest of her family. However, the musical is more historically accurate than the animated movie. One example of this is the deletion of the film's main villain Rasputin and the supernatural elements of the film. Instead, the main villain of the musical is a Bolshevik general who is similar to the threat that existed in Communist Russia.
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