June 27 - July 19, 2014
Directed by Cynthia Anthony
Musical Direction by Cactus Harris
Choreography by Shirley Kirkes Mar

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cast, crew, and production details

Music / Dance Creative Team:
Cactus Harris, Music Director; Shirley Kirkes-Mar, Choreographer; Jeff Mar,
Sound Tech & Rehearsal Accompanist

{Promo courtesy of Bret Boyle]


Gambler, Nathan Detroit runs a "floating" crap game, much to the disgust of his long suffering fiancé of 14 years, the Hot Box night club singer, Adelaide. To raise the money to pay for a venue for his crap game, he bets $1000 on what he believes is a sure thing. Sky Masterson, a high rolling, suave gambler boasts that he can have any girl he wants. So Nathan bets him that he can't get the local "Save A Soul" missionary, Sarah Brown to come to dinner with him in Havana. She is reluctant, so Sky, in turn, guarantees that he will provide 12 "genuine sinners" for her midnight prayer meeting in return for a dinner date. Confusion, mayhem and hilarity ensue as gangsters, singers, sinners, show girls and Salvation Army saviors collide in this fable of Broadway that is sure to entertain you with memorable songs such as "Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat", and "Luck be a Lady" made famous by icon, Frank Sinatra.

Act I

Runyonland - Ensemble Fugue For Tinhorns - Nicely-Nicely, Benny & Rusty Charlie
Follow The Fold - Sarah, Alma & Mission Band
The Oldest Established - Nathan, Nicely-Nicely, Benny & Ensemble
I'll Know - Sarah & Sky
A Bushel And A Peck - Adelaide & The Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament - Adelaide
Guys & Dolls - Nicely-Nicely, Benny& Nathan
Cuba Havana - Sky, Sarah & Ensemble Scene
If I Were A Bell - Sarah Scene
My Time Of Day - Sky
I've Never Been In Love Before - Sky & Sarah

Act II

Take Back Your Mink - Adelaide & Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament - Adelaide
More I Cannot Wish You - Alma Scene
Luck Be A Lady - Sky & Crap Shooters
Sue Me - Nathan & Adelaide
Sit Down,You're Rockin' The Boat - Nicely-Nicely & Ensemble
Follow The Fold - Mission meeting Group


Photos courtesy of Shannon Wish'on and Melanie Salisbury
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