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PlayBlog Backstage at Anything Goes (Video) Anything Goes, the Broadway revival that was nominated for nine 2011 Tony Awards, invited Sara Gore of LX New York backstage at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre to talk to some of the show's stars and receive a tap-dancing lesson on the stage that S.S. American sets sail on eight performances each week.

Laura Osnes, who plays Hope Harcourt, talks about what audiences should expect when they come see the Cole Porter musical, and can be seen in clips of her first act number, "It's De-Lovely." Colin Donnell, who plays Billy Crocker, shares his experiences with the cast of the production before heading to his dressing room to shave—Donnell admits that Billy Crocker can't have a five o'clock shadow.

Just before the show must go on, two cast members from Anything Goes give a close-up look at their time-steps and flap-ball-changes from the Tony-nominated choreography by Kathleen Marshall.

Anything Goes officially opened on Broadway April 7 and is currently scheduled to end its limited engagement Jan. 8, 2012.

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