'Anything Goes'

Delightful Dancing And Catchy Tunes
Billy (Sam Pickart) and Reno Sweeney (Angela Travino) in “Anything Goes.” photo by Neal Kowalsky

There’s a reason that high schools and regional theaters everywhere love to put on “Anything Goes,” the Depression-era musical with songs by Cole Porter. It features a large cast of exaggerated characters, incredibly catchy tunes and a relentless barrage of silly jokes, and the songs are mostly deceptively simple to sing.

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