June 5 – 22, 2024

Evening Performances on Wed – Sat
Dinner @ 6:30
Show @ 7:30

Theatre Only Matinee @ 1:30pm

Theatre in the Country is not fully licensed, but we serve alcohol at all of our Opening & Closing Nights or join us on Fine Wine Fridays for local wine, cider or beer.                       


Dinner is a Roast Beef & Chicken Buffet meal. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and dairy free meals can be ordered online or by phone when booking your tickets.

Unpretentious abundant quality fare!



Beer, Wine & Cider are available for purchase on Opening & Closing Nights, as well as our popular Fine Wine Friday shows only. 


Tickets are 10% cheaper on Wednesday and Thursday Evening and for the Saturday matinee.


All tickets are 10% Off groups of 8 or more and 15% Off groups of 25 or more
Discount is automatic at our online box office or by phone and only when tickets are purchased together.


Anastasia may be inappropriate for ages 7 and under. 


Approximately 2 hours, including one 20 minute intermission.


Theatre in the Country is located 5708 Glover Road in Langley, BC.

The main parking lot is at the back of the building and entry to the theatre is off of the parking lot.

Her past is a mystery. Her future is an adventure.

Inspired by the beloved films, this dazzling show transports us from the twilight of 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.

“Extraordinary! It is a triumphant celebration of courage, love, and reconciliation, a journey that unfolds with much wonder and joy. It imparts the hope that we can reconcile our personal history with the present, and stand centre stage in our own lives.” THE HUFFINGTON POST

Book by Terrence McNally, Music by Stephen Flaherty and Lyrics by Lynn Ahrens


Brendan Boyd as Leopold/Ensemble
Mark Braun as Count Ipolitov/Ensemble
Rebecca Erin Curtis as Olga/Paulina/Ensemble
Cecilia Federizon as Maria/Officer/Ensemble
Sydney Garbet as Countess Lily
Joyce Gillespie as Dowager Empress
Brontë Gooselaw as Female Lead Swing
Lucas Gregory as Dmitry
Tim Hawryluk as Tsar Nicholas/Communist Officer/Ensemble
Sarah Houghton as Anya
Melissa House as Gleb
Nathaniel Johnson as Featured Dancer
Dakota Hutchins as Male Swing
Breena Makelki as Featured Dancer
Jennifer Mamchur as Gorlinsky/Ensemble
Timothy Marron as Vlad
Amy Meeks as Countess Gregory/Ensemble
Becky Meyer as Marfa/Alexandra/Ensemble
Carter Phillips as Count Gregory/Ensemble
Elisabeth Pollock as Tatiana/Dunya/Ensemble
Sophia Pollock as Anya U/S/Ensemble
Vanessa Quarinto as Featured Dancer
Justine Simoes as Featured Ensemble Swing
Kelsey Tierney as Teen Anastasia/Ensemble
Raphael Tolentino as Featured Dancer
Chloé Elizabeth Vadeboncoeur as Little Anastasia/Alexei/Ensemble


Lauren Trotzuk Director
Jayda Grant Music Director
Tamara Jaune Choreographer
Maureen Robertson Costume Designer
Dayna Horn Stage Manager
Eli Hughes Assistant Stage Manager
Heather Borden Assistant Stage Manager