The Roundabout Theater company’s strong-selling revival of “Anything Goes” will hit the road in the 2012-13 season.

National tour will stop at more than 25 cities including L.A., where the musical will play a stint at the Ahmanson Theater.

Roundabout work has been seen on the road before, with the theater in recent years sending out touring offshoots of its Broadway productions of “12 Angry Men” (which played around the country for a total of two years) and of tuner “Cabaret.”

“Anything Goes” seemingly has the potential for success on the road, where auds often gravitate toward old-fashioned Broadway standards with a familiar title. New revival, which opened last season, also got a profile boost when it scored a couple of Tonys, including one for top revival and another for the dance moves of helmer-choreography Kathleen Marshall.

Tour opens in October 2012 at Cleveland’s Playhouse Square. Cast and other details for the road version remain to be announced.