The Roundabout Theater Company revival of “Anything Goes” has set its Broadway dates and venue, skedding an April opening at the nonprofit’s Stephen Sondheim Theater.
Unlike the Roundabout’s more rigorously skedded Broadway venues — where productions of subscription-season shows generally play limited runs — the more flexible Sondheim can accomodate longer engagements should a show prove successful. Familiar Cole Porter title “Anything Goes” seems a likely candidate for extended life if B.O. warrants its.
Sutton Foster (“Shrek the Musical,” “Thoroughly Modern Millie”) toplines the production, to be helmed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall (“The Pajama Game”). Design team includes Derek McLane (sets), Martin Pakledinaz (costumes) and Peter Kaczorowski (lights).
“Anything Goes” begins previews March 10 ahead of an April 7 opening.