Arvide Abernathy (George Muelhauser of Huron) presides over the Times Square nuptials of (left to right) Nathan Detroit (Michael Black of Milwaukee) and Miss Adelaide (Alesia Lawson of Ashland), and Sky Masterson (Jason Pintar of Vassar, Mich.) and Miss Sarah Brown (Lindy Eller of Palatka, Fla.) in “Guys and Dolls,” the final summer production of the Huron Playhouse.
'Guys and Dolls' Winds Up Huron Playhouse Season
The Huron Playhouse ends its 2005 season this week with “Guys and Dolls,” considered by many the perfect musical comedy, and one of the most famous ever written for the American stage.
Set in Damon Runyon's mythical New York City, the story of gamblers, gangsters and girls includes the memorable characters Sky Masterson and Nathan Detroit, first-class gamblers; Miss Sarah Brown, the upright "mission doll"; Miss Adelaide, the loveable, long-engaged nightclub performer, and many more. The award-winning musical boasts a rousing score, including such hits as "Luck Be a Lady" and "Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat."
“Guys and Dolls" runs Tuesday-Saturday (July 26-30). Performances are at 8 p.m. nightly in the McCormick School, 325 Ohio St., Huron. Tickets are $11 for students and senior citizens, $12 for other adults and $8 for children under 12. For reservations, call 419-433-4744.
July 25, 2005