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May 21st & 22nd

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Anastasia the Musical



The audition times have been adjusted to 6 PM to 9:30 PM. We have also added Monday May 20th to the audition dates. Please sign up for one of the new time slots below. 

Director: Leslie Richards

Assistant Director: Sherri Riser

Music Director: Terresa Shreve

Choreography: Ginny Waldron



May 20th, 21st, and 22nd from 6:00-9:30 pm

Call Backs:  May 23rd (invitation only)

Heritage Theatre

2505 Hwy 89

Perry, UT


The show runs August 16th – September 7th Mondays, Fridays & Saturdays - two matinees, August 24th & 31st.


Audition Instructions:

Please come prepared with 16 measures (about 30 seconds) of an upbeat showtune. An accompanist will be provided.  We will also provide a speaker for you to plug in a phone. Please also be familiar with the song, “A Rumor in St. Petersburg” as you will be asked to sing a portion at the audition.


Please bring your audition form with a picture.  Be sure to let us know of any conflicts that you may have.


Sign up for an audition here:


Video auditions can be sent to Leslie Richards




Heritage Theatre Utah encourages diversity and inclusion in all their productions. Performers of all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to audition. ALL ROLES ARE OPEN and MAY be double cast.


There are some roles that require some special skills of being trained ballet dancers both male and female.


The character of Alexei will be cast by invitation only after rehearsal begins.




Rehearsals will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday nights, and Saturday mornings.  We will add Monday and Friday nights the week of August 5th. The first rehearsal will be May 28th Tech Day will be August 10th.




Spanning from the Russian Empire to the euphoria of Paris in the 1920s, as a brave young woman sets out to discover the mystery of her past. Pursued by a ruthless Soviet officer determined to silence her, Anya enlists the aid of a dashing con man and a lovable ex-aristocrat. Together, they embark on an epic adventure to help her find home, love and family.


Character List:

Anya/Princess Anastasia

(Female)- G3-F5, Belt to D5. Soprano or Mezzo

Anya is brave, fiery, witty, and above all determined. With no memory of her life before age 17 and having lived through the horrors of the Russian Revolution, Anya jumps at the sound of gunshots and is distrustful of strangers, but there is steel hiding just beneath the surface. Anya is strong-willed and compassionate. Her mantra, “Home, love, family” is her goal. All she knows is her family is in Paris and she will find them however she can.


Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna

(Female)- F3-Bb4. A regal Mezzo

The Dowager Empress has lost everything she once held dear and must now put up with imposter upon imposter never allowing her to grieve in peace. She is icy, proud, and regal (not to mention intimidating) to all but her family. Though, she does have a very sharp wit. She is especially warm with Anastasia both when a child and after it’s revealed that Anya really is the princess. She commands authority and attention the minute she enters a room.


Countess Lily Malevsky-Malevitch

(Female)- G3-C5 (Briefly sings a B5 at the end of Land of Yesterday, but the rest of the role is very Mezzo) Jazzy Mezzo with an upper extension.

Lily is the lady in waiting to the Dowager Empress. She has been by the Dowager’s side since before the revolution. Lily is clever, dutiful, and above all fun (when not working for the Dowager). She deals with her exile from Russia with a sort of resigned dark humor…and a LOT of vodka. She and Vlad were once an item (unbeknownst to her oblivious husband) and rekindle their romance upon re-uniting.



(Male)- A2-G4. “Baritenor”

Dmitry is a scoundrel with a heart of gold. A street rat who grew into a conman, Dima does all he does to get out of poverty and is not above lying, cheating, and stealing to do so–that is until he meets Anya. What starts as just another scheme (albeit much bigger than anything he’s tried to pull off before) turns into the adventure of a lifetime that requires Dimitry to look inward and figure out how to put the one he loves before himself.


Vlad Popov

(Male)-A2-F4.  Baritone

Vlad is Dmitry’s partner in crime (literally) and surrogate father. Before the revolution he scammed his way through society pretending to be a count. Vlad is dramatic, crafty, and a big softie at heart. While he, like Dmitry, is not above lying, cheating, and stealing, he cares greatly for his loved ones and is generally affable, though he can be calculating when he needs to be.


Gleb Vaganov

(Male)- A2-Gb4. Baritone with a strong upper extension

Gleb is the villain of the show, though not a bad person. He fully believes in the Communist ideals he follows. Loyal, honest, and hardworking, Gleb almost has the potential to be a hero (he’s very much the hero of his own story). A deeply conflicted person, Gleb’s infatuation (and borderline obsession) with Anya leads to his battle with the idea of doing one’s duty vs. doing what is right.


Young Anastasia

(female)- C4-C5, a sweet child soprano  - Ages 8-10

Young Anastasia is the willful, brave, proud, and precocious youngest daughter of the Tsar. She has a special bond with her grandmother (whom she calls Nana).


Tsarina Alexandra (Female)

Count Leopold (Male)

Tsar Nicholas II (Male)



July 27th & 30th

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Clue: The Musical


Director: Bree & Derek Hendricks



July 27th 9 AM to 12 PM & 30th 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM

Callbacks: July 31st ( By invitation Only)

Heritage Theatre

2505 Hwy 89

Perry, UT

The show runs October 4th through October 26th - Mondays, Fridays, and Saturdays with matinees on October 12th and 19th. 

This show will be an audience participation show with the audience choosing cards to determine the character, room, and weapon related to the murder. This means there are 216 possible endings to the show. Memorization will be very important.

Sign up for an audition time HERE. (Coming Soon)


  • Those planning to audition should prepare 16 bars (approximately 30 seconds) of an upbeat comedic Broadway showtune. 

  • Please bring a headshot or photograph of yourself.

  • Please also bring any conflicts you have between August 1st and October 26th.

  • Video auditions can be sent to

  • ALL ROLES ARE OPEN - Some understudies may be cast.

  • Heritage Theatre Utah encourages diversity and inclusion in all their productions. Performers of all ethnic backgrounds are encouraged to audition.

  • Callbacks will consist of reading from the script, singing music from the show, and potentially some improv games/exercises. 

  • First rehearsal/Cast Meeting will be Thursday, August 1st. We will go over scheduling, theatre policies, and other information. 

  • Rehearsals will be Tue, Wed, and Thurs. evenings and Saturday mornings. Exact times will be determined later. 

  • Daily rehearsals will begin Monday, September 23rd. 

  • Tech day will be September 28th and will last most of the day. 


Please Note: The ages listed will be the age the character will portray. The actors age can be different than what is listed.


Male - Baritone/Tenor - Charismatic, handsome, playful host; Late 20s to Early 30s.


Female - Mezzo with belt - Acerbic, manipulative, sexy socialite; 40s.


Male - Baritone - Astute intellectual with a wry sense of humor; plays 30s-40s.


Female - Wide vocal range with belt - Shrewd, very attractive vixen; 20s.


Male - Baritone - Pompous, randy military man; plays 40s-50s.


Male - Wide Vocal Range - Fun-loving cockney maid, portrayed by a man; plays 40s-50s.


Male - Baritone/Tenor - Slick, handsome wheeler-dealer; 20s.


Female - Mezzo - Hard-nosed, snappy, humorous female; 30s.


Sept 4th & 5th

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Director: Katie Loftus



Sept 4th & 5th

Heritage Theatre

2505 Hwy 89

Perry, UT


More Information Coming Soon!

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