Anything Goes: Classic Musical Comedy Fun

Anything Goes has set sail in Melbourne, bringing a sassy blend of frivolity, slapstick humour and zingy dance numbers to the Princess Theatre until mid July.

Helpmann Award winning Dean Bryant and Andrew Hallsworth have brought to the stage a brand-new production of Cole Porter’s “delightful” and “de-lovely” musical.

Anything Goes is a madcap tale of topsy-turvy relationships, mistaken identities and foiled plots aboard the S.S. American, peppered with some of musical theatre’s most memorable musical numbers including You’re The Top, I Get A Kick Out Of You, and of course the title song, Anything Goes. Add to this some zingy dance numbers and toe-tapping tap dancing and you have yourself a fantastic and fun evening at the theatre.


“Expect your cheeks to hurt by the finale from all the smiling and laughing.”



The multi-talented cast includes the vivacious Caroline O’Connor and the hilarious Todd McKenney alongside a brilliant cast including Alex Rathgeber (The Phantom of the Opera – London, An Officer and a Gentleman), Claire Lyon (The Phantom of the Opera – World Tour, Love Never Dies), Wayne Scott Kermond (The Producers, Singin’ in the Rain), Carmen Duncan (A Country Practice, Winners & Losers), Debora Krizak (A Chorus Line, The Producers) , Gerry Connolly (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), Bartholomew John (South Pacific, An Officer and a Gentleman).


Do yourself a favour and book a berth aboard the S.S. American before it sets sail for Brisbane.




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Travel agent by day and passionate ‘foodie’ by night, Amy loves to explore great restaurants and bars around Melbourne and further afield during her travels. Always on the lookout for somewhere new to eat or explore you can follow her food and travel adventures on her blog

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