If it doesn't recoup via the first national tour, I imagine it'll be one of those shows we hear about that went into the black years later from licensing of productions all over the country. It'll probably have a non-Equity tour after this tour closes and will also likely have a healthy life in summer stock and regional theatres and dinner theatres And the moment ANASTASIA becomes available for amateur production, I have a feeling it's going to be in every church basement and community theatre in the land.
Every performing arts organization that's already done BEAUTY AND THE BEAST and THE LITTLE MERMAID will want to do ANASTASIA.
There's probably already a Jr edition in the works, so children's theatres and dramatic academies and middle schools will get in on the action too.
Ahrens and Flaherty have another SEUSSICAL on their hands here.