The Actors Fund Performance of Anything Goes at Lincoln Center, 1988 with Patti LuPone, et al.
"The first-act curtain is the whole company doing the title number on Tony Walton's yummy ship set, and the audience leapt to their feet, applauding, screaming, when it finished. AND THEY WOULDN'T STOP. I saw Patti begin to tear up, look over her shoulder, 'holding,' as we are taught to do until the applause begins to wane, and mouth the words, 'I'm crying!' to her cast mates. Such joy. So much talent. I love what we do."
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