"It's so rare and so special when you get to see one of 'those' performances. The kind where, for years after, people remember it fondly and proudly proclaim, 'I was there when...' I felt that about Sutton Foster in Anything Goes. She sort of channeled all the great ladies of the theatre during Broadway's Golden Age. She was simply dazzling. She has an unabashed star quality. And a connection with her audience that allowed her to break the fourth wall without becoming cutesy. She just makes you feel like it's all magic. That all the hard work just fades away the moment she takes stage."