Anything Goes - 65th Annual Tony Awards İndir

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  • 6 Tem 2011

  • Joel Grey introduces the nominee for (and winner of) Best Revival of a Musical. Featuring Sutton Foster. Choreography by Kathleen Marshall. The revival won the Drama Desk Awards and Tony Awards for Best Revival and Best Choreography and Foster won the Drama Desk and Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Musical. I've never been a great fan of tap dancing, but this production is phenomenal!!


  • Greg Wilson
    Greg Wilson 1 yıl önce

    This shouldn't be possible....

  • French Llama
    French Llama 6 yıl önce

    I bet a good 1000 of those views are just Jonathan Groff.

  • Back2Analog
    Back2Analog 1 yıl önce

    The Internet was invented so we could watch this. All other purposes are incidental.

  • Aubrey Lee Parker
    Aubrey Lee Parker 6 yıl önce

    Sutton foster can punch me and I will thank her

  • A
    A 6 yıl önce

    Sutton Foster makes me feel like the most talentless person ever. 

  • Kristen Marie Vlogs
    Kristen Marie Vlogs 2 yıl önce

    Can we think of the amount of calories they burn in this number alone?

  • Taka Ono
    Taka Ono 4 yıl önce

    Sutton Foster is one of the last in a dying breed of classic Broadway leading ladies. There's such a magnetism to her on stage in the way stars like Mary Martin and Gwen Verdon would captivate back in the day.

  • Annie W
    Annie W 4 yıl önce

    That crushing realization that I will never be Sutton Foster

  • garylibra
    garylibra 6 yıl önce

    All the comparisons here of Patti LuPone vs. Sutton Foster in the same show are just apples and oranges.  Foster is a dancer who also sings, whereas LuPone is a singer who also dances a bit.  In this number, Sutton is the central dancer throughout the very long (this is shortened by almost 4 minutes from the actual Broadway number) tap sequence.  She immediately sings another verse and chorus afterwards.  In Patti's show, she does a few little steps at the beginning, then stands against the wall and nods to the beat while the dancers do their thing, then a few more steps and singing at the end.  She really doesn't have the "dance then sing" stamina that Sutton has.  In my opinion, doesn't make either of them better or worse than the other.  They're both pretty fantastic.

  • Super Mega Foxy Awesome Hot

    Sutton or Patti? Everyone is forgetting that Jonathan Groff absolutely killed this, come on now

  • klausweasley
    klausweasley 4 yıl önce

    What amazes me about this is that it's VERY complicated choreography which I'm sure took a long time to master and they do it 8 times a week, yet everyone looks like they're having a good time!

  • Jennifer K
    Jennifer K 6 yıl önce

    Besides this entire performance being incredible, Hugh Jackman always looks like a kid in a candy store at the Tony's! He's always so happy to be there and he always looks like he loves every bit of it and is impressed by everything, such an amazing and incredibly humble man for a person that has accomplished so much!

  • Manuel Orozco
    Manuel Orozco 3 yıl önce

    I actually never seen Anything Goes but the tap dancing is so epic and refreshing! You rarely find dancing like that in a musical nowadays except Newsies. Also, Sutton Foster has a stunning voice

  • Master Oogway
    Master Oogway 7 ay önce

    So we just gonna ignore the ensemble doing a perfect job???

  • Clare McCrory
    Clare McCrory 4 yıl önce

    I can't watch this without hearing Jonathan Groff's commentary in my head :)

  • Gavin O'Connor
    Gavin O'Connor 1 yıl önce


  • TheOGJosiah
    TheOGJosiah 2 ay önce

    This just in: Sutton Foster doesn't require oxygen. More at 11.

  • Maliha Intikhab
    Maliha Intikhab 2 ay önce

    I run out of breath just watching this performance. What a goddess!

  • ohmusicsweetmusic
    ohmusicsweetmusic 3 yıl önce

    Sutton took on a "character voice" for this role... It's not Sutton singing, its Reno Sweeney. Nice!

  • Sodapop246 8
    Sodapop246 8 4 yıl önce (düzenlendi)

    Thoroughly Modern Millie