Theater: Hash Romanov

Anya. Ornithomimm was no theatergoer, but he would have grasped the principle of this musical perfectly—since he was a dinosaur who lived on other dinosaurs' eggs. Anya raids the nests of My Fair Lady, Cinderella, Rachmaninoff, turn-of-the-century operettas, a straight play called Anastasia and a movie called Anastasia. No matter how soon it closes, the show will not die young.

Anya (Constance Towers) is an attractive girl who has just finished a wet run on suicide by diving into a canal, and is drying out in a Berlin nut house, in 1925. In two words, her vocabulary is "Anastasia Romanov." Who should...

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