HAVE YOU HEARD?: The full casting has been announced for the upcoming National Tour of the beloved smash hit Anastasia The Musical. The new royal cast traveling across America will include…

Lila Patterson Coogan (last seen on Broadway as “Jane Banks” in Mary Poppins – The Musical) as the title role (nicknamed “Anya”),

Stephen Brower (last seen on the National Tour of An American In Paris on Broadway and currently in the Broadway cast of ANASTASIA) as “Dmitry”,

Jason Michael Evans as “General Gleb Vagonov”,

Joy Franz (Broadway’s original and 2002 revivals of Into The Woods and last seen on the Great White Way in Les Liaisons Dangereuses) as “Marie: The Dowager Empress”

Tari Kelly (Broadway’s Something Rotten The Musical and last seen in Groundhog Day Musical) as “Countess Lily” (fans of the 1997 Animated film formerly know her as “Sophie”),

Edward Staudenmayer (Broadway’s Wonderland the Musical and last seen on the current National Touring production of The Phantom of the Opera) as “Vladimir”,

newcomer Amelia Bingham in the dual roles of “Little Anastasia” and “Little Prince Alexi”,

and a full Ensemble.

If you can’t make it to New York City to see ANASTASIA on Broadway 8 times a week at the Broadhurst Theatre, no worries because the show is coming to a city near you. The National Tour is set to Launch in Schenectady, NY this October 2018 before making its way to over various cities across North America. Be sure to check out the show’s website to see if ANASTASIA is embarking on a JOURNEY to you.

Who is excited for this new royal lineup?

Lila Coogan, Stephen Brower, and More Cast in ANASTASIA First National Tour

Take the journey! Casting has been announced for the North American tour of the critically-acclaimed Broadway production of ANASTASIA. This production features a book by celebrated playwright Terrence McNally, a lush, new score by Stephen Flaherty (music) and Lynn Ahrens (lyrics) and direction by To…

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