Broadway run of 'Anything Goes' extended to April

September 19, 2011 - 3:20 PM
Theater Anything Goes

In this theater publicity image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Joel Grey, left, and Sutton Foster are shown during a performance of

NEW YORK (AP) — The Broadway musical "Anything Goes" is staying put, extending its run for a second time until spring.

The Roundabout Theatre Company revival of the Cole Porter show, starring Sutton Foster and Joel Grey, was originally scheduled to close at the end of July, but it was extended until January. Now, it'll be open until April 29 at the Stephen Sondheim Theater on 43rd Street.

The silly musical about a crazy group of people who find themselves on a ship crossing the Atlantic features most of Porter's best songs, including "You're the Top," ''I Get a Kick Out of You," ''Blow, Gabriel, Blow" and "Anything Goes."

The production won three Tony Awards, including best musical revival.