Kathleen Marshall and Sutton Foster: Anything Goes

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Tony Award winning director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall and Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, who stars, discuss the Broadway revival of Cole Porter’s “Anything Goes.” It’s playing at the Stephen Sondheim Theater.


Sutton Foster and Kathleen Marshall
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Comments [4]

Michael from Manhattan

Obviously Cole Porter meant Tower of Pisa and Mona Lisa to rhyme as they do when it's correctly pronounced Leeza, but Sutton sings Leesa on the recording you went out with. Too bad.

Apr. 23 2011 02:17 PM
clark from NJ

Love Cole Porter, love tap musicals BUT
$550 for 4 seats for a matinee?
How can I afford to take 2 tap students & their mother to show them how exciting and exhilirating a full stage of professional tap dancers can be.

Apr. 21 2011 01:05 PM
mark in manhattan


Saw you last Saturday at Town Hall -- when you came over to Prairie Home Companion to sing "You're The Top"

Apr. 21 2011 12:54 PM
Julian from Manhattan

Saw it last Friday - Just wonderful!

Apr. 21 2011 12:43 PM

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