London's Anything Goes, Starring Tony Winner Sutton Foster, Plays U.S. Cinemas Beginning March 27 | Playbill

Film & TV News London's Anything Goes, Starring Tony Winner Sutton Foster, Plays U.S. Cinemas Beginning March 27

Foster, currently starring opposite Hugh Jackman in Broadway's The Music Man, reprises her Tony-winning turn as Reno Sweeney.

Sutton Foster and cast of Anything Goes

The recent London production of Anything Goes, starring Sutton Foster in her West End debut, sails into more than 700 cinemas in the U.S. March 27.

The filmed recording, which was screened in the U.K. in November 2021, will also be seen on this side of the Atlantic March 30. Click here for tickets.

Get a sneak peek of the filmed production here.

Foster, who played her final London performance October 10, 2021, reprised her Tony-winning performance as Reno Sweeney in the production, which continued through November 6. Rachel York played Reno in the final weeks. A second U.K. screening was held December 1, and a TV screening on BBC Two followed December 26.

Foster, currently starring opposite Tony winner Hugh Jackman in the Broadway revival of The Music Man, is joined in the filmed version of Anything Goes by Tony and Olivier winner Robert Lindsay as Moonface Martin, Felicity Kendal as Evangeline Harcourt, Gary Wilmot as Elisha Whitney, Samuel Edwards as Billy Crocker, Nicole-Lily Baisden as Hope Harcourt, Haydn Oakley as Lord Evelyn Oakleigh, and Carly Mercedes Dyer as Erm.

Tony winner Kathleen Marshall, who helmed the 2011 Broadway revival starring Foster, returned to direct and choreograph the West End revival. The Cole Porter musical, which began performances July 23 at the Barbican prior to an official opening August 4, will return to the London venue next summer.

The Barbican production also had set design by Derek McLane, costumes by Jon Morrell, lighting by Hugh Vanstone, sound design by Jonathan Deans, and music supervision by Stephen Ridley.

Take A First Look at London’s Anything Goes Starring Sutton Foster


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