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About the Album: SYNOPSIS Tsarina is an original musical by Deborah Johnson based on the true story of Nicholas and Alexandra, the last of the Romanov Russian Monarchs. The mid-nineteenth century was a time when political treachery, greed, and superstition abounded in Europe and Russia, and religious beliefs and traditions were challenged. The couple s devotion transcended incredible odds, and their love story remains one of the greatest romances of all times! MAIN CHARACTERS:

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