The revival of Anything Goes brings one of the most popular productions from the American musical canon back to the stage. It’s coming to West Palm for the Kravis Center’s celebrated Kravis on Broadway series.
Production History: One of the most popular productions from the American musical canon, Anything Goes features music and lyrics by Cole Porter. It premiered on Broadway at the Alvin Theatre in 1934, then traveled to the West End and was revived on Broadway numerous times. Its most recent revival, which ran from 2011-2012, was awarded the Tony for Best Revival of a Musical as well as Best Choreography.
Synopsis: Anything Goes takes place on the S.S. American, en route from New York to London. In this classic romantic comedy, love interests are pursued by a number of passengers, including Wall Street broker Billy Crocker, nightclub singer Reno Sweeney and heiress Hope Harcourt—and hilarious antics ensue.
Notable Songs: “I Get a Kick Out of You,” “You’re the Top,” “It’s De-Lovely”
Why You Should See It: Besides being written by the great Cole Porter, Anything Goes exemplifies the best of American musical theater with its stellar dance numbers and playful script.
- Tickets start at $25.
- For more information and to purchase tickets, visit kravis.org.