Anchors away TOROS’ production of Anything Goes is set to sail awaySaturday, August 10, 2013 by: Kate AdamsRoxey Size in the role of ‘Moonface’ Martin, a second-rate gangster sings about friendship with wisecracking showgirl Reno Sweeney played by Emily Hawton in TOROS' production of Anything Goes.
It’s been a great run but the cast and crew of Cole Porter’s Anything Goes are set to take their final bow concluding the 27th Theatre Outreach On Stage (TOROS) season tonight (Saturday) at the Capitol Centre.
The cast of 56 students have spent their summer learning lines, dance steps and lyrics to big musical numbers that include favourites ‘I get a kick out of you’ ‘You’re the top’ ‘It’s De-Lovely’ and show title ‘Anything Goes’ which sees the entire cast tap dance.
Set in the ‘Dirty Thirties’ Anything Goes centres around a sure of herself wisecracking showgirl Reno Sweeney played by Emily Hawton and a lovesick stockbroker Billy Crocker played by Brad Delarosbel and their misadventures after Cocker becomes a stow away aboard the S.S. American cruise ship bound from New York to England.
Sponsored by the Near North District School Board, For the past 27 years TOROS has provided the opportunity for area youth from grades 7 -12 to learn the inner workings, onstage and off, and be part of a full scale musical production.
This is a must see show.
Tickets are $17 and can be purchased at the Capitol Centre box office or online at www.capitolcentre.org.
Curtain time is 7:30pm sharp.