Luck might be the only lady (and even her character is in question) among the delightfully dubious denizens of Guys and Dolls
, the musical tribute to a bygone New York. It's the early '50s and the saloons and street corners of Broadway are crowded with characters -- some shady, some straight. There's Sarah Brown, an uptight missionary out to reform Times Square sinners; Sky Masterson, the high-roller who woos her on a bet; Adelaide, the nightclub performer with the 14-year-long engagement; and Nathan Detroit, her fiancé and runner of New York's "Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game." Their funny and romantic escapades are presented in a junior version of the Broadway classic that's been condensed for these younger performers.
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