Guys and Dolls (Broadway, Richard Rodgers Theatre, 1950) | Playbill

Guys and Dolls


SYNOPSIS: A fly-by-night gambler attempts to woo a Salvation Army missioner for a $1,000 bet. Meanwhile, a beleaguered showgirl tries to hook her fiancé of 14 years, the founder of "the oldest, established, permanent, floating crap game in New York."
People (108)


New York Drama Critics' Circle
1951 Best Musical Winner
Outer Critics Circle
1951 Outstanding Musical Winner
Theatre World Awards
1951 Theatre World Award Winner
Tony Award
1951 Best Featured Actress in a Musical Winner
1951 Direction (pre-1960) Winner
1951 Best Choreography Winner
1951 Best Actor in a Musical Winner
1951 Musical Winner
1951 Producer of a Musical Winner
1951 Author of a Musical Winner

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