PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: A Day With Engeman Guys and Dolls Stars Andréa Burns and Jessica Grové

Photos   PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: A Day With Engeman Guys and Dolls Stars Andréa Burns and Jessica Grové
The Engeman Theater's thrilling new production of the Frank Loesser classic Guys and Dolls features a host of Broadway talent, including Andréa Burns, Jessica Grové, Ken Jennings and Philip Hoffman.

Burns (In the Heights) and Grové (A Little Night Music), who play Miss Adelaide and Sarah Brown, respectively, recently documented a day at the scenic Long Island venue for

The leading ladies offer readers an exclusive look at their daily commute from the city and the company's various backstage rituals, preparations and hijinks.


Peter Flynn stages the Frank Loesser-scored musical that has choreography by Marcos Santana and musical direction and arrangements by Kim Douglas Steiner. Guys and Dolls will run through June 19.

Burns (In the Heights, Songs for a New World) plays Miss Adelaide, with Grové (A Little Night Music, Sunday in the Park With George) as Sarah Brown, Thomas M. Hammond (The Merchant of Venice) as Nathan Detroit and Josh Davis (Little Women) as Sky Masterson. The cast also includes Ken Jennings (Sweeney Todd, Side Show) as Arvide Abernathy, Wayne W. Pretlow (5 Guys Named Moe) as Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Philip Hoffman (Into the Woods, Falsettos) as Benny Southstreet, Joe Coots (The Full Monty) as Big Jule and Barbara Tirrell (Fiddler on the Roof) as General Matilda B. Cartwright.

Completing the cast are Lindsey Clayton as Mimi, Don Kenneth Mason as Rusty Charlie, Michelle O'Bryan as Martha, Ariana Valdes as Agatha and Steve Luke as Lt. Brannigan, as well as Willow Grey, Janelle Neal, Erika Odegard, Peter Carrier, Bryan Cortes, Michael Fatica, Brody Hessin and Kevin Kelly.


Guys and Dolls has scenic design by Adam Koch, costume design by Wade Laboissonnier, lighting design by Cory Pattak, sound design by Katherine Miller and hair and wig design by Mark Adam Rampmeyer.

Guys and Dolls features music and lyrics by Loesser with a book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows.

For tickets phone (631) 261-2900 or visit EngemanTheater. The Engeman Theater is located at 250 Main Street in Northport, Long Island.

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