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