Anastasia National Tour Reveals Full Slate of Engagements Into Summer 2020, Including Los Angeles, Boston, and Atlanta

National Tour News   Anastasia National Tour Reveals Full Slate of Engagements Into Summer 2020, Including Los Angeles, Boston, and Atlanta
 
See which cities the stage adaptation of the animated hit will play in its second year.
Anastasia_National_Tour_Production_Photo_2018_5 - Lila Coogan (Anya) in the National Tour of ANASTASIA. Photo by Matthew Murphy, MurphyMade._HR.jpg
Lila Coogan Evan Zimmerman

The national tour of the Broadway musical Anastasia, which kicked off last fall in Schenectady, New York, has added an additional 25 cities to its itinerary through summer 2020.

The production will kick off its second year on the road in early October, playing San Diego’s Civic Theatre prior to stops in Los Angeles, Toronto, New Orleans, Oklahoma City, Seattle, Portland, Boston, and Atlanta.

Tour dates follow:

San Diego, California (Civic Theatre, October 1–6)
Los Angeles, California (Pantages Theatre, October 8–27)
Tempe, Arizona (Gammage Auditorium, October 29–November 3)
Costa Mesa, California (Segerstrom Center, November 5–17)
Tucson, Arizona (Centennial Hall, November 19–24)
Toronto, Canada (Ed Mirvish Theatre, December 9–January 12, 2020)
Hartford, Connecticut (The Bushnell, January 14–19)
Rochester, New York (Auditorium Theatre, January 21–26)
Columbus, Ohio (Ohio Theatre, January 28–February 2)
Cleveland, Ohio (Playhouse Square, February 4–23)
Des Moines, Iowa (Civic Center, February 25–March 1)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Music Hall, March 3–8)
Fayetteville, Arkansas (Walton Arts Center, March 10–15)
Louisville, Kentucky (Kentucky Center for the Arts, March 17–22)
Minneapolis, Minnesota (Orpheum Theatre, March 24­–April 5)
Tulsa, Oklahoma (Tulsa Center for the Performing Arts, April 7–12)
New Orleans, Louisiana (Saenger Theatre, April 14–19)
Jacksonville, Florida (Times Union Theatre, April 21–26)
Charlotte, North Carolina (Ovens Auditorium, April 28–May 3)
Buffalo, New York (Shea’s Buffalo, May 5–10)
Cincinnati, Ohio (Aronoff Center, May 12–24)
Indianapolis, Indiana (Murat Theatre, May 26–31)
Omaha, Nebraska (Orpheum Theatre June 2–7)
Salt Lake City, Utah (Eccles Center June 9–14)
Seattle, Washington (Paramount Theatre June 16–21)
Portland, Oregon (Keller Auditorium, June 23–28)
Boston, Massachusetts (Opera House, July 7–19)
Hershey, Pennsylvania (July 21–26)
Atlanta, Georgia (Fox Theatre, July 28–August 2)

Anastasia is based on the 1997 animated movie musical, featuring a score by Tony Award winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty. The two collaborators were Oscar-nominated for the film's “Journey to the Past” and expanded their score for the Broadway premiere, which has a book by Tony Award-winning playwright Terrence McNally. The three previously collaborated on the Tony-winning musical Ragtime.

READ: How Anastasia’s Costume Designer Honored What Fans Loved on Screen in a Fresh Way

Lila Coogan leads the tour in the role of Anya in a cast that also features Stephen Brower as Dmitry, Jason Michael Evans as Gleb, Joy Franz as Dowager Empress, Tari Kelly as Countess Lily, and Edward Staudenmayer as Vlad.

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