|ANYTHING GOES - April 1992
Sailing on the S.S. American are a gangster on the run posing as a minister, a former evangelist who is a nightclub singer, travelling with her are four tap-dancing "Angels", a society miss who is engaged to an English gentleman (also on the ship), and her ex-boyfriend that stows away on the boat to try to win her back. A series of comical mistaken identities ensues as the passengers and crew sing and dance their way across the Atlantic.
Music and lyrics by Cole Porter. Book by Guy Bolton and P.G.Wodehouse.
Anything Goes opened on Broadway on November 21, 1934 and turned out to be the fourth longest running musical of the 1930s.
The original film in 1936 starred Ethel Merman and Bing Crosby.
|Sir Evelyn Oakleigh
|Ray Bill, Tony Bryant, Tony Collins, Dave Harkness, Peter McCrohon, Geoff Parrish, Steve Reading, Barry Tester, Steve Williams
|Rachel Bundy, Laura Doye, Kate Langrish, Julie Williams
|Brian Bayford, Ray Gibson, Brian Stenning, Jeff Stanbridge, John Waldron
|Sonia Atkinson, Joan Budd, Jayne Bushnell, Nikki Hayden, Yvonne Jenkins, Louise Jones, Sarah Sheriff, Sandra Tucker
|Producer & Choreographer
|Colin D Justice
|Assistant Stage Managers
|Frank Watson & Lee Stoddart
|George Hyde, Ron Lewis, David Ferguson, Marc Scott
|Tony Elsdon, John Dunston, Kate Evans
|Colin Justice & Theresa Pratt
|Andrew Oakley, Julia Peters, Hayley Day, Angela Fishlock
|Wigs and Make-up
|Catharine Ferguson, Hayley Smither
|Front of House Photographs
|Programme Design & Production
|Catharine Ferguson, Clare Wallace