Anastasia Costumes Up Close

Kenneth MacMillan created the one-act ballet Anastasia for Deutsche Oper Ballet in 1967, and created another two acts to make it into a full length ballet in 1971.  It showcased MacMillan’s influences: of classical Royal Ballet tradition in the first two acts, and of German expressionism in the last. The ballet remains one of MacMillan’s most experimental and poignant works. The costumes are crucial and reflect this in their detail and their truth to the era. I think they work incredibly well and the detail in every costume is very special. As soon as I put my costume on for Olga, I'm instantly ready for my role as a Romanov sister. 

 The REAL Romanovs  

The REAL Romanovs  

 LAUREN AS ANASTASIA IN ACT ONE

LAUREN AS ANASTASIA IN ACT ONE

 ME AS OLGA IN ACT ONE AND THREE

ME AS OLGA IN ACT ONE AND THREE

 THIAGO AS RASPUTIN

THIAGO AS RASPUTIN

 AKANE AS 'THE BALLERINA'  

AKANE AS 'THE BALLERINA'  

 TINA AS TSARINA IN ACT TWO

TINA AS TSARINA IN ACT TWO

 GARY AS TSAR IN ACT TWO

GARY AS TSAR IN ACT TWO

 REECE AND MATT AS OFFICERS

REECE AND MATT AS OFFICERS

 CALVIN AND SOLOMON AS SOLDIERS 

CALVIN AND SOLOMON AS SOLDIERS 

 TRISTAN AND MARCY AS OFFICERS

TRISTAN AND MARCY AS OFFICERS

 ME AS OLGA IN ACT TWO

ME AS OLGA IN ACT TWO

 GEM ASHLEY KRISTEN MARIKO AND CHI AS NURSES

GEM ASHLEY KRISTEN MARIKO AND CHI AS NURSES

 ME AS OLGA IN ACT THREE DEATH SCENE

ME AS OLGA IN ACT THREE DEATH SCENE

 ISABEL AND MICA AS RELATIVES

ISABEL AND MICA AS RELATIVES

 HARRY AND LEO AS SOLDIERS

HARRY AND LEO AS SOLDIERS

 ANNETTE AS A RELATIVE

ANNETTE AS A RELATIVE

 GINA AS A RELATIVE

GINA AS A RELATIVE

 OLGA AS GUEST IN ACT 2 

OLGA AS GUEST IN ACT 2 

 DAVID AS SOLDIER  

DAVID AS SOLDIER  

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