Enjoy Celebrity Radio’s Adam Godley Interview ~ Anything Goes On Broadway…..
Broadway welcomes back the sellout smash hit of 2011. Anything goes starring (Tony nominated) Sutton Foster and Adam Godley!
This is an incredibly inspiring show packed with energy! You’ll find people cueing outside hoping for a return….this show is full to bursting!
Adam shines in this feel good musical of 2011!
Godly has worked in LA, the West End and now on Broadway!
Here’s Adam in conversation with Alex Belfield…
After playing the lead in the (1984) BBC TV adaptation of J. Meade Falkner’s Moonfleet, Godley joined Alan Ayckbourn’s theatre company in Scarborough, where he stayed for three seasons. Highlights included June Moon and The Revengers’ Comedies, both of which transferred to the West End, and Mr A’s Amazing Maze Plays, which transferred to the National Theatre.
He spent one season as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company, before creating the role of Cliff in Sam Mendes’s production of Cabaret at the Donmar Warehouse. Several major productions followed, including Mouth to Mouth at the Royal Court, The Front Page at the Donmar, after which Godley went on to create a series of roles at the National, including Kenneth Williams in Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick; Michal, in Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, and the title role in Howard Davies’ production of Paul.
He also played Jack Worthing in the West End production of The Importance of Being Earnest and Victor in both the West End and 2001 Broadway production of Noël Coward’s Private Lives. He also played the character of Elliot Shwartz on the hit television drama series Breaking Bad. He played Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in Roundabout Theatre’s multi award winning Broadway revival of Anything Goes, and as Raymond Babitt in the West End production of Rain Man opposite Josh Hartnett.
He was most recently seen in the lead role in a new adaptation by Dennis Kelly of Georg Kaiser’s 1912 German expressionist masterpiece, From Morning to Midnight, at the National Theatre.
Recorded 2011 by Alex Belfield for the BBC and Celebrity Radio.