Luck Be a Lady: Look Back at Nathan Lane and Faith Prince in Guys and Dolls | Playbill

Photo Features Luck Be a Lady: Look Back at Nathan Lane and Faith Prince in Guys and Dolls The 1992 Tony-winning revival opened April 14, 1992, at the Martin Beck Theatre.
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Faith Prince and Nathan Lane Martha Swope/©NYPL for the Performing Arts

The Broadway revival of Guys and Dolls, featuring Nathan Lane, Faith Prince, Peter Gallagher, and Josie de Guzman, opened April 14, 1992. The Tony-winning revival, directed by Jerry Zaks, played 1,143 performances at the Martin Beck Theatre (now the Al Hirschfeld Theatre) from March 1992 to January 1995, taking home Tony Awards for Best Revival, Prince, and Zaks.

Nathan Lane and Faith Prince in Guys and Dolls

The production was choreographed by Christopher Chadman, with scenic design by Tony Walton; costume design by William Ivey Long; lighting design by Paul Gallo; sound design by Tony Meola; and hair design by David H. Lawrence;
 
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