Bridgewater-Raritan Theatre Arts is set to showcase their latest performance of the classic musical “Anything Goes.” The show, which features music and lyrics by Cole Porter, tells the story of a group of passengers aboard a transatlantic ocean liner and their romantic adventures.
The performance is set to take place at Bridgewater-Raritan High School on Friday, April 21st, and Saturday, April 22nd. With an impressive cast of talented students, the production promises to be an exciting and entertaining experience for all.
Under the direction of Bridgewater-Raritan Theatre Arts Director Nathan R. Hertz, the production will feature a live orchestra and impressive choreography, bringing the musical’s catchy tunes and lively dance numbers to life on stage.
“Anything Goes” has been a beloved musical since its debut in 1934 and has been revived multiple times on Broadway and in other productions around the world. With its timeless score and captivating story, the musical is sure to delight audiences of all ages.
Bridgewater-Raritan Theatre Arts has a long history of producing high-quality performances and providing opportunities for students to develop their talents in theater. With “Anything Goes,” the group continues their tradition of excellence and invites the community to join them for an evening of entertainment and fun.