Set Sail for Laughs: Immaculata University Presents ‘Anything Goes’

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IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY, PA — Immaculata University’s Cue and Curtain theatre program has announced its spring production of the classic musical comedy, “Anything Goes.” Theatre enthusiasts are invited aboard for a hilarious journey filled with love, laughter, music, and dance.

“Anything Goes” will run over three days, beginning on Friday, March 22, at 7 p.m. Additional performances will be held on Saturday, March 23, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., and the final curtain call will be a matinee on Sunday, March 24, at 3 p.m. All performances will take place in the Alumnae Hall Theater on Immaculata’s beautiful campus.

The musical is a delightful romp set aboard an ocean liner traveling from New York to London. Audiences will enjoy the madcap antics, the timeless tale of boy meets girl, and the unforgettable music by Cole Porter. This charming show is guaranteed to have everyone tapping their feet and leaving the theater with a smile on their face.

Kelly Gebhardt, director of Cue and Curtain and a seasoned educator in voice, music education, and music therapy at Immaculata, will be at the helm of this production. She expressed her excitement about the upcoming show, stating, “I love the creative process of planning, directing, and seeing a show come to life onstage.”

The cast comprises talented current students from Immaculata University. Aiden Curry ’24 will portray Billy Crocker, while Emma Allee ’26 and Je’Myah Richardson ’27 will both take on the role of Reno Sweeney. Lastly, Madelyn Balko ’25 and Emily Reid ’26 will share the role of Hope Harcourt.

Tickets for “Anything Goes” are priced at $10 for adults and $5 for students under 18. It’s recommended to purchase tickets in advance, although they will be available at the door.

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Immaculata University, a comprehensive, co-ed institution of higher learning, has been nurturing students’ intellectual, personal, professional, and spiritual growth for over a century. The Cue and Curtain theatre program, the oldest student organization at Immaculata, is a testament to the university’s dedication to providing enriching extracurricular experiences.

Don’t miss the boat on this delightful production of “Anything Goes.” Come aboard for a memorable journey filled with music, laughter, and love.

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