‘Anything Goes’ at Music Theater Works is a splashy sensation by Philip Potempa The best reminder of the creative and clever genius mind of Hoosier claim-to-fame Cole Porter is his 1934 musical stage comedy “Anything Goes.” The last time I caught a run of “Anything Goes” it was the Spring 2013 national Broadway tour of the revival hit which played a two-week May run at Cadillac Palace Theatre, introducing Porter’s tunes to new generations. It starred Rachel York in the spicy Ethel Merman-made-famous role of nightclub star Reno Sweeney during this tour as produced by New York City’s Roundabout Theatre Company. The tour was based on the...Read More
Month: August 2018
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