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A Review of Anything Goes (Broadway)

By Breanne M., June 10, 2011

  • Acting
    4 stars
  • Choreography
    5 stars
  • Dancing
    5 stars
  • Direction
    4 stars
  • Lyrics
    4 stars
  • Music
    4 stars
  • Overall
    4 stars
  • Production
    4 stars
  • Singing
    5 stars
  • Story
    4 stars
  • Writing
    4 stars

I saw Anything Goes (Broadway) on 04/30/11. Overall, I'd say it was a 4-star rating. I'd summarize it by saying “It was a fun revival. I was most impressed by the incredible tap dancing.”

I had a fantastic time and left the show feeling jazzed up and excited. I'd describe the show as funny, peppy, and a good time. Sutton foster was a highlight of the show because well, she is Sutton Foster. If this were a movie, I'd rate it PG. I would recommend this show to everyone but not to n/a.

I saw this show because a friend of a friend is in it. I would see it again. I sat in the left orchestra area of the theater. The view was clear and the seats were quite small, and slightly uncomfortable.

I cannot say enough about the dancing in this show. We are seeing less and less hard-core dancing in today's Broadway shows. I was so impressed, especially, by the "Anything Goes" tap routine. If not for anything else, see this show to be blown away by their incredible dance talent.

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