The Young Rasputin Screenplay
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Still, she plays the part more obstinate than heartbroken by great loss. Dmitry's motives and change of heart are unprecedented, and secondary character's like Vlad and Sophie have little purpose aside from exposition or comic relief. So, the musical had some roles to tweak. These people needed grounding.
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She wants to go to Paris because of some hint of a memory she cannot place-- but this Anastasia knows what the stakes are. Borders are closing. Paranoia is high. He is a conman because he grew up an urchin on the streets of St. Petersburg, and he and Anya connect through their loneliness and scrap. He is still funny as all hell, if totally manipulative but in a lovable way? Now for the opposing team. Gone is our decaying, petulant Rasputin and his adorable Bat Friend, Bartok. In their place, we have the Communist regime. The theme of his and Anya's linked legacy is woven through the musical's "cat and mouse" hunt.
He is well crafted, perhaps because he had no place in the animated film.
Rasputin's character never had this type of tension. Her past affair with Vlad remains the trio's segue to the Empress, though now that relationship has a vivid backdrop so vivid you'd tell them to get a room if they weren't on stage. Plus, she's hilarious and manages to drink half of Russia's elite under the table. They do remain earnest, and I was certainly ready to pledge my love for both of them by curtain call.
Because of this, the play has bouts of tonal indecisiveness. They also adjust the timeline, placing songs in areas that make more contextual sense. This was a very smart move. It's so small that it's perhaps unnecessary to add, but as I will continue to complain about it regardless, it may as well appear in writing. In the beginning of the movie, The Dowager Empress and a young Anastasia sing a lullaby together. It goes as follows:. Soon you'll be home with me, once upon a December.
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Later, an adult Anastasia enters a ballroom to realize she has been there before. This triggers a memory and she sings a song with the same composition.
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The final verse in that song goes like this:. Things My heart used to know, things it yearns to remember. It is a poignant moment, as Anastasia's past still alludes her. And a song someone sings, once upon a December.
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It loses its emotional impact, and honestly is so unnecessary. But I'll step down from my soap box, if only because I've stood on it for far too many pages and my hand is starting to cramp. There is so much more to unpack in this show, as overall it was an astounding performance-- filled with spectacle and lucrative storytelling. There is so much more to say.