Theatre Review: Gallery Players’ Guys and Dolls is Mostly a Winner

Theatre Review: Gallery Players’ Guys and Dolls is Mostly a Winner

Since premiering on Broadway in 1950, Guys and Dolls, the adaptation by Frank Loesser (music and lyrics) and Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling (book) of Damon Runyon’s witty world-askew stories has been a perennial crowd-pleaser with multiple revivals on Broadway and the West End and I’d wager there’s never a day someone in the US isn’t performing this catchy, infectious show. Gallery Players’ new production, directed by Mark Mann, opened last weekend at the JCC. READ MORE.

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