Watch Four of Anastasia’s Anyas Unite for Multilingual ’In My Dreams’/’Journey to the Past’ Music Video

Video   Watch Four of Anastasia’s Anyas Unite for Multilingual ’In My Dreams’/’Journey to the Past’ Music Video
 
The stars of the Broadway production and the upcoming tour are joined by Anyas from Spain and Germany.

Anastasia, the Ahrens and Flaherty musical that opened on Broadway in April 2017, will launch three major productions this fall, playing to audiences across the country and the globe.

To commemorate the three new productions that join the Broadway original, Anastasia’s producers gathered together all four stars for a multilingual music video featuring a new arrangement of “In My Dreams”/”Journey to the Past,” performed in English, Spanish, and German.

Counterpart to the Broadway production is the U.S. national tour, which kicks off October 9 in Schenectady, New York, starring Lilla Coogan as Anya. Two of the eight confirmed international productions of Anastasia will open this fall, beginning in Madrid October 3 with Jana Gómez in the starring role of the Spanish-language production. The German-language premiere, starring Judith Caspari, will open in Stuttgart November 13.

In the new music video above, Broadway’s original Anya, Christy Altomare, is joined by Coogan, Gómez, and Caspari on the stage of the Broadhurst Theatre—home of the currently running production.

Read: LILA COOGAN, STEPHEN BROWER, AND JASON MICHAEL EVANS WILL STAR IN ANASTASIA TOUR

Additional international productions of Anastasia will roll out in Holland, Korea, Japan, Mexico, Australia, and Brazil, with more to be announced.

Based on the 1997 Fox animated original, Anastasia features a score by Tony Award winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, who were Oscar-nominated for the show’s stand-out anthem, “Journey to the Past.” The Broadway production features a book by Tony Award winner Terrence McNally with direction by Tony winner Darko Tresnjak.

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