The show starring Stephanie J. Block and Joel Grey, and directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, will play its last performance at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Broadway Aug. 5.
The original limited engagement subscription run opened April 7, 2011 and was scheduled to run for 19 weeks. It went on to be extended three times through Aug. 5, 2012. This week, "Anything Goes" will celebrate its 500th performance on Broadway.
The production marks the second longest Broadway run in the Roundabout Theatre Company's history, following its revival of "Cabaret," which opened in 1998 and played more than 2,300 performances.
A 2012-13 national tour of "Anything Goes" is to start in Cleveland in October. Other stops will include Los Angeles, Memphis, Pittsburgh, St. Paul, Dallas and Washington.