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Theater review

Exuberant ‘Anything Goes’ is treat for both eyes and ears

Josh Franklin is Billy Crocker and Rachel York is Reno Sweeney in the national touring production of "Anything Goes,” which opens Tuesday at Proctors.
Photographer: Joan Marcus
Josh Franklin is Billy Crocker and Rachel York is Reno Sweeney in the national touring production of "Anything Goes,” which opens Tuesday at Proctors.
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Too often, when old chestnuts such as “Anything Goes” get pulled out of the closet, you know what you’re getting. Revivals heavy on nostalgia, light on innovation; you leave the theater feeling as if you’ve seen a piece of history, perhaps, but nothing that moved you, nothing that relates to what’s being done in theater today. Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of “Anything Goes,” currently on Proctors’ stage, is not your mother’s (or, more aptly, your ...

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idean
July 13, 2013
9:21 a.m.

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