Peter Rothstein stages the Tony-winning musical about Manhattan gamblers and their dames that will run through June 15. Choreographer Noah Racey is known for his work on Broadway in Curtains, Never Gonna Dance and Thoroughly Modern Millie. He also choreographed Turn of the Century at Chicago's Goodman Theatre.
Levine (Broadway's Rocky Horror Show, Jesus Christ Superstar) plays Nathan Detroit, with Seattle-area actors O'Neill (A Christmas Story, Candide) as Sky Masterson, Wildrick (Vanities, Sunday in the Park with George) as Adelaide and Strohmaier (Singin' in the Rain) as Sarah.
The cast also includes Todd Buonopane ("30 Rock," Spelling Bee) as Nicely Nicely Johnson, Tony nominee Clayton Corzatte (School for Scandal) as Arvide Abernathy, as well as Allen Galli (Rusty Charlie) David Drummond (Big Jule), Bradford Farwell (Harry the Horse), Jim Gall (Lieutenant Brannigan), Laura Kenny (General Cartwright) and Greg McCormick Allen (Benny Southstreet).
The ensemble features Bob De Dea, David Alewine, Joshua Carter, Ross Cornell, Gabriel Corey, Sarah Davis, Bojohn Diciple, Christian Duhamel, Michael Ericson, Eric Esteb, Brittany Jamieson, Ann McCormick Allen, Trina Mills, Kasey Nusbickel, Katie Rooney, Jessica Skerritt, Mara Solar and Dane Stokinger.
Guys and Dolls has music and lyrics by Loesser with a book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows.
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