Lansing HS Presents 'Anything Goes'


Lansing HS Presents 'Anything Goes'


Anything Goes at the Lansing Middle School Auditorium.  At least it all goes on stage, as Lansing High School presents the classic Cole Porter musical, 'Anything Goes'.  The production is directed by Cindy Howell, with Musical Director Lorrene Adams and Choreographer Ashley Burt.

Anything Goes at Lansing High SchoolPhoto by Karen Veaner

"The ocean liner, the SS American has been in 'dry dock' for 14 years in a barn in North Lansing," says Janice Streb.  "It was stored there in 2001 after the previous Lansing High School performance of 'Anything Goes'.  Much work has been done by dedicated parents and adults to pull it out of "dry dock", reassemble the pieces and give it a fresh coat of paint.  The SS American is now ready to sail."

'Anything Goes' incorporates many tap dancing numbers.  Most of the student performers did not know how to tap dance when they started rehearsals in the beginning of January.  Now they are old pros thanks to Lansing senior, Ashley Burt, who choreographed the production.

The plot is thick  with celebrities and intrigue, but who cares?  The music is by Cole Porter and the tap dancing is amazing!  'Anything Goes' will be presented March 11 and 12 at 6:30pm and March 13 and 14 at 7:30 pm.

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