Classic Musical Guys and Dolls Under the Stars at Wolf Trap
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The sensual vocals and poetic songwriting of Grammy-winning singer Mary Chapin Carpenter helped propel her 1992 country album Come On Come On to quadruple-platinum status. Since then, her beautiful music has become more socially and politically oriented, while also increasingly bringing in orchestral elements. Her latest album, Songs From the Movie, revisits tunes from her past, setting them to symphonic instrumentation evocative of a stirring film score. Now, you can see her play these compelling reinventions of her own with the National Symphony Orchestra. Learn More
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Considered one of the finest musical comedies ever written, this Tony Award-winning musical is packed with one unforgettable song after another. Featuring “Luck be a Lady,” “Sit Down, You’re Rocking the Boat,” “If I Were a Bell,” and other time-honored classics. Depression-era New York City comes to life on stage as a mob of crooks, cops, and Christians gamble on love, greed and salvation.
Nathan Detroit, owner of the oldest established, permanent floating craps game in New York, is in a bind. The police are putting on the heat, and he can’t find a location for the next game, while his longstanding girlfriend Adelaide is pressuring him to get married after 14 years together.
When professional gambler Sky Masterson, on his way to Havana, brags he could get any doll to accompany him on the trip, Detroit challenges him to woo Sergeant Sarah Brown, of the Save-a-Soul Mission downtown.
A seemingly impossible match, Masterson and Brown fall in love despite their glaringly different lifestyle choices, but their happiness is put in jeopardy by the schemes of Detroit. Guys and Dolls is a fast-paced, fun musical for the entire family based on the stories by Damon Runyon.
Cast in order of appearance:
Nicely Nicely Johnson – Glenn Rainey
Benny Southstreet – Garth Kravits
Rusty Charlie – Todd Horman
Sarah Brown – Erin Davie
Agatha – Wendi Bergamini
Calvin – Eric Shorey
Arvide Abernathy – Jamie Ross
Harry the Horse – Adam Moreno
Lieutenant Brannigan – Michael Scott
Nathan Detroit – Steve Rosen
Angie the Ox – Mark Campbell
Havana Dancers – Taurean Everett and Arian Keddell
Carmen the Bartender – Jan Neuberger
Sky Master – Ben Crawford
Mimi – Jesse Wildman
Voice of Joey Biltmore – Mark Campbell
Adelaide – Megan Sikora
General Cartwright – Jan Neuberger
Big Jule – Brendan Averett
Hot Box Girls – Wendi Bergamini, Sarah Marie Jenkins, Christina Hedrick, Arian Keddell, Jesse Wildman and Toni White
Hot Box Waiter – Lee Wilkins
Mission Band – Rod Roberts, Sarah Marie Jenkins and Jesse Wildman
Directed by Gordon Greenberg
Choreographed by Patti Colombo