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Anything Goes

a Musical
CATEGORY : MUSICAL


COMPANY : Atlanta Lyric Theatre
VENUE : Robert Ferst Center for the Arts [WEBSITE]
ID# 2407

SHOWING : May 02, 2008 - May 04, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

From the golden age of the American musical comedy, Anything Goes is a hedonistic pleasure cruise packed with classic Cole Porter numbers: "You're the Top", "It's De-Lovely", "I Get a Kick Out of You", "Blow, Gabriel, Blow", and the show-stopping title song "Anything Goes".

Luxury ocean liner the S.S. American sets sail for Europe with a cargo of colorful characters including millionaires, gangsters, stowaways, a beautiful debutante and a raunchy evangelist. Mismatched lovers and mistaken identities create waves of laughter and the cast sings and tap dances up a storm, but, this show is unsinkable. This Tony-Award winning musical originally starring Ethel Merman, will send you sailing happily into the sunset!


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Brandt Blocker
Costumer Joey Ellington
Ensemble Susan Atkinson
Ensemble Laine Binder
Chastity/Dancer Becky Borden
Dancer Matthew Carter
Luke/Dancer Joey Ellington
Hope Harcourt Laura Floyd
Reverend Dobson/Ensemble Charles Green
Elisha Whitney Steven J Hornibrook
Reno Sweeney Shea Johnson
"Public Enemy #13" Moonface Martin Alan Kilpatrick
Ensemble Lisa Kopkin
Virtue/Dancer Sims Lamason
Dancer Beth Lewis Lightfoot
Dancer Ricky Lofton
John/Ensemble John Markowski
Sailor Quartet Justin McGough
Erma Shawn Megordan
Sir Evelyn Oakleigh Craig A Meyer
Ensemble Barbara Moras
Solo Sailor/Sailor Quartet Nicholas Morrett
Dancer Justin Murdock
Charity/Dancer Elizabeth Neidel
Purity/Dancer Joanna Richardson
Mrs. Evangeline Harcourt Mary Welch Rogers
Sailor Quartet Jason Royal
Purser Justin Sims
Billy Crocker Joseph Swaney
Dancer Terah Talley
Sailor Quartet Chase Todd
Captain Robert Wayne
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REVIEWS

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All that and then some!
by g8grrl
Monday, May 5, 2008
5.0
I'm not that crazy about the book, but omg what a show! What performances! What dancing! The directors and cast have made an overdone and very old show into a way phat-phree experience. The cast is great, but Criag Meyer is da bomb! The rest of cast rocks too, but Craig is totally spun imho. Omg he's now my fave actor in Atlanta. I'm in LOVE! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Fantastic
by musicals1
Sunday, May 4, 2008
5.0
Just saw the show at Sunday matinée. Fantastic vocals, acting, dancing and music. This is as good as it gets in Professional Musical Theater in Atlanta or anywhere else for that matter. A real shame that the show only ran this weekend,this quality of production needs at least 3-4 weekends and it sounds like they are working on that. Hats off to the entire cast and crew,a tremendous job. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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