Anything Goes With Sutton Foster Out on DVD and Blu-Ray March 14

Anything Goes With Sutton Foster Out on DVD and Blu-Ray March 14

Filmed live at the Barbican in London, the 2021 London revival of Anything Goes starring Sutton Foster will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray tomorrow, March 14.

The London production reunited director Kathleen Marshall and star Sutton Foster, who worked together on the musical's Tony Award-winning Broadway revival in 2011. Robert Lindsay, Felicity Kendal, and Gary Wilmot joined Foster in the filmed production.

Liberator Film Services produced the DVD and Blu-Ray releases of other hit musicals Kinky Boots42nd Street, and An American in Paris. We've recently listed all Broadway and West End musicals available on DVD, together with the top 10 shows that have seen a Blu-Ray release.



Liberator Films will release Anything Goes on DVD & Blu-Ray March 14, 2023 in the US and Canada. The DVD can now be purchased through Amazon for $11.95 with the Blu-Ray retailing at $17.99.

Both releases will be classified as "Region 0 - All Regions" and will play worldwide. The running time is set at 139 minutes, with no extras just like similar releases from Liberator Film Services.

Anything Goes Producer Howard Panter previously captured his London revival of "The King and I" starring Kelli O'Hara which was filmed in 2018 and is now widely available to stream through various online distributors. 



As the S.S. American heads to sea, etiquette and convention head out the portholes as two unlikely pairs set a course to true love. But destiny needs a little help from singing sailors, comical disguises, and good old-fashioned blackmail. 

The creative team 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.