When Anything Goes, it’s Women who Lose: A look at Charleston Stage’s “Anything Goes”

Complaining About Things I Like

This past weekend, I saw a production of Anything Goes put on by Charleston Stage at Dock Street Theater, in Charleston, SC. It took some time to find the theater because it looked more like a house converted into a theater, even though Dock Street is apparently the first building ever built specifically for theater in America. The venue had quite a few obstructed viewing seats that weren’t priced any differently than full viewing seats, but it also had a very cool vibe. The acting was all fantastic; the lead (Kat Liz Kramer) had been imported from Broadway, and it was obvious why. The dancing was also great; I had been watching a dance competition all day and the tap dancing in the show was still the best tap dancing I had seen all day. The singing from the sailors had some questionable harmonies at times, but other…

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