Joel Grey returns to Broadway in ‘Anything Goes’

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NEW YORK (AP) - Joel Grey will join Sutton Foster in a Broadway revival of “Anything Goes.”

Roundabout Theatre Company announced Thursday that Grey, a Tony and Academy award winner, has joined its upcoming production of the classic Cole Porter musical, which officialy opens April 7.

Grey will play Moonface Martin to Foster’s Reno Sweeney under the direction and choreography of Tony winner Kathleen Marshall.

The 78-year-old Grey has played M.C. in “Cabaret,” Amos Hart in “Chicago” and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in “Wicked.”

“Anything Goes” will begin performances March 10 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.



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