Lyndonville, Medina stage ‘Anything Goes’

Posted 15 March 2016 at 12:00 am
Lyndonville Medina Musical "Anything Goes"

Photo courtesy of Lyndonville Central School – Lyndonville’s Rebekah Hoffee and Medina’s Cameron Morgan perform “De-Lovely” together as Hope Harcourt and Billy Crocker.

Press release: Lyndonville Central School

LYNDONVILLE – Medina and Lyndonville students worked together for their second school musical with the production of “Anything Goes” at the Stroyan Auditorium on March 22-24.

Students collaborated in the 1962 off-Broadway revival of Cole Porter’s popular comedy featuring dancing, singing, romancing and mistaken identities. The show is set on board the S.S. American, a 1930s luxury liner en route to London from New York.

On board are a lovesick stowaway, a brassy nightclub evangelist, a beautiful young debutante and her doting mother, a boozy and lecherous old tycoon, a bumbling gangster disguised as a priest, an ‘English Lord’ with a mysterious past and a ship full of dancing sailors and high-kicking chorus girls. Last year the districts performed “Legally Blonde.”

Lyndonville Medina Musical "Anything Goes"

Moonface Martin (Thomas Follman), Billy Crocker (Cameron Morgan) and Reno Sweeny (Heather Mufford) sing “Friendship” during a rehearsal for “Anything Goes.”