Only Two Days Left to Stream Sutton Foster in Anything Goes

Only Two Days Left to Stream Sutton Foster in Anything Goes

PBS' Great Performances is wrapping up its presentation of Anything Goes this week and there's little time left to stream the musical for free.

Anything Goes began streaming through PBS earlier this month and will soon be taken off the free platform in the US. 

The musical stars Sutton Foster as Reno Sweeney, alongside three-time Olivier Award and Tony Award winner Robert Lindsay, Felicity Kendal, and Gary Wilmot.

The show was filmed live at the Barbican Theatre during its first sold-out limited engagement.



US viewers have just two days left to stream Anything Goes for free through the Great Performances website. A direct link to the stream can be found in our growing list of free musicals and plays.

UK fans will continue to be able to stream the production through BBC's iPlayer here. The BBC stream might be taken off the platform in anticipation of the show's encore cinema screenings happening later in March.

Also coming in March is the DVD and Blu-Ray release of the musical from Liberator Studios. Anything Goes will be released on physical media in the US on a region-free DVD and Blu-Ray (similarly to past musicals such as Kinky Boots, An American in Paris, and 42nd Street).

The DVD and Blu-Ray are now available to pre-order through most retailers.



Producer Howard Panter of Trafalgar Entertainment remounted the production following the hugely successful London revival of Lincoln Center's The King and I with Kelli O'Hara back in 2018.

When the ship sets out to sea, etiquette and convention dive overboard as two unlikely pairs set off on the course to true love, proving that sometimes destiny needs a little help from a crew of singing sailors, disguise, and some old-fashioned blackmail.

The creative team also includes set designer Derek McLane, costume designer Jon Morrell, music director and supervisor Stephen Ridley, lighting designer Hugh Vanstone, sound designer Jonathan Deans, and orchestrator Michael Gibson (with additions by Bill Elliott) and wig designer Campbell Young.

Dance arrangements are by David Chase, vocal arrangements by Rob Fisher, associate direction by Ian Waller, associate choreography by Carol Lee Meadows, associate set design by Ben Davies, associate costume design by Jan Bench, casting by Serena Hill, associate musical direction by Mark Aspinall, associate production management by Tom McEvilly and props supervision by Mary Halliday and Lisa Buckley.