ANYTHING GOES

Basingstoke Amateur Theatrical Society

The Haymarket, Basingstoke

7 – 17 NOVEMBER 2012

Music and Lyrics by
COLE PORTER

 

Book by
GUY BOLTON, P. G. WODEHOUSE,
HOWARD LINDSAY AND RUSSEL CROUSE

 

ANYTHING GOES (1962)
Anything Goes (1962) is presented by arrangement with MusicScope & Stage Musicals Ltd. of New York

 

The S. S. American is sailing between New York and England with a comically colorful assemblage of passengers: Reno Sweeney, a popular nightclub singer and former evangelist, her pal Billy Crocker, a lovelorn Wall Street broker who has come aboard to try to win the favor of his beloved Hope Harcourt (who is engaged to another passenger, Sir Evelyn Oakleigh), and a second-rate conman named Moonface Martin, aka “Public Enemy #13.” Song, dance, and farcical antics ensue as Reno and Moonface try to help Billy win the love of his life.

This production was in association with BASINGSTOKE AMATEUR THEATRICAL SOCIETY

CREATIVE TEAM

Director & Choreographer
RAY JEFFERY

 

Musical Director
NEIL STREETER

 

Additional Choreography
NICK BRANNAM

 

Assistant to the Director
ROBERT WILSON

Dance Captain

JULIE SIMMONS

 

Assistant Dance Captain

LAUREN BLAXILL

 

Production Manager
COLIN WEBB

 

Stage Manager
NICKI HAWKINS

 

Deputy Stage Manager

NICK HORSEY

 

Assistant Stage Manager

NATALIE RANDALL

 

HIRE SERVICES

Lighting Design

JOHN JONES

ROBERT WILSON

 

Additional Lighting Hire

VIKING STAGE LIGHTING

 

Sound Design and Hire

Dan Paine - SPINAUDIO

 

Set Design

STEVE BRANNAM

 

Set Manufacture

STEVE BRANNAM

ANDY FOSTER

JOHN EDDIE

STUART BAKER

 

Costumes

COSTUME WORKSHOP

 

PRESS REVIEWS

“Is there anything more fabulous than watching wonderfully choreographed (by Ray Jeffery and Nick Brannam) tap dancing to the strains of a classic like It's Delovely while it's cold outside?”

Basingstoke Gazette  - Read full review

 

“The choreography had been created by the director, Ray Jeffery and Nick Brannam, and it was simply stunning, matched by equally stunning dancing.”

Farnham Herald – Read full review

 

PRODUCTION IMAGES (Photography by JAMES PEER PHOTOGRAPHY)