By Christopher Smith
7:36 PM EST, November 27, 2012
In his 1934 review of the frothy musical “Anything Goes,” New York Times drama critic Brooks Atkinson wrote that Cole Porter “has written a dashing score with impish lyrics.” Porter’s singular talent was similarly praised for much of his career and was heralded again in 2011 with a new production of “Anything Goes” that won a Tony as the best revival of a Broadway musical. That production, directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, is on a national tour and makes its way to Los Angeles this week for a six-week run at the Ahmanson Theatre.
Review: 'Anything Goes' is 'the top' at the Ahmanson Theatre
Brush up your Porter with our 10-question quiz.
How many did you get right?
0-2: Why can't you behave?
3-4: Just one of those things
5-6: Well, did you evah!
7-8: It’s de-lovely
9-10: You’re the top
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