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Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........Tickets can now be reserved for Guys and Dolls, Jr. by calling the Scenic Theater at 435-8852.........


 

GUYS AND DOLLS, JR.

NEXT UP FOR KIDS’ THEATER WORKSHOP 

Director Maye Hart has begun rehearsals for this season’s Kids’ Theater Workshop production of Guys and Dolls, Jr. which will run at the Scenic Theatre on February 19, 20 and 21 at 7:30 pm. The Kids’ Theater Workshop is a program by kids, for kids, and offers young actresses and actors the chance to perform not only for the public in three evening performances, but also for their peers in two special afternoon performances on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 17 and 18, open to local schools. To reserve seats for the school performances, contact Maye Hart at 736-9563. Tickets for the evening performances can be reserved by calling the Scenic Theater at  435-8852 .

Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy, Guys and Dolls follows Salvation Army crusaders and high rollers from the streets of Times Square to Havana and back again. Nathan Detroit, who is permanently-engaged to psychosomatic showgirl Miss Adelaide, will be forced to fold Detroit’s Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game unless he wins a bet from slick high roller Sky Masterson. When Sky gambles that he can woo any “doll” Nathan counters that Sky will not be able to convince an up-right but up-tight missionary named Sarah to go to Havana with him. Sarah finds the rakish Sky very resistible at first, but eventually both Sky and Sarah teach each other a lesson on winning. From Sky Masterson, Miss Adelaide and Sarah, to their fellow gamblers, performers and crusaders, Guys and Dolls is filled with so many well-loved characters. You will applaud these Kids for their hard work in creating the world of this musical and the characters that populate it. Think “standing ovation” for all of their work. The Players’ Kids’ Theater Workshop first presented Guys and Dolls, Jr. in 2007, and now a whole new generation of kids are being introduced to this great show.

The cast includes Jacob Scruton as Sky Masterson, Emma Molloy as Sarah Brown, Turner Jennings as Nathan Detroit and Alex Keyes as Miss Adelaide. Caleb Molloy tackles the role of Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Joe Garcia plays Benny South Street, and Joe Molloy plays Rusty Charlie. Other gamblers include AJ Robidas as Harry the Horse, Justin Greene as Angie the Ox, Dylan O’Brien as Big Jule along with Dalton Swenson, David Cote and Spencer Griffin as gamblers Sarah May Schultz plays Arvide Abernathy, Sarah’s Brown’s Aunt, and other members of the Mission Band include Abigail Cote as Agatha, Kianna Vincelette as Martha, Kolbey Ryan as Calvin, as well as April and Molly Keyes and Cecily Schultz. Tessa Keyes plays the Salvation Army General Cartwright, Ian Treadwell appears as Lt. Brannigan, who is assisted by policemen Joseph Cote and Matthew Swenson. Hot Box Girls incude Samatha Simpson, Jordan Atherton, Lily Michaud, Sabrina Sargent, Taylor Sargent, and Katie and Lexie O’Brien. Other Dolls include Faith Griffin, Jaden Beattie, Madeline Decker and Kaylyn Zensky.

The show is choreographed by Dee Dee Pitcher. Assistant director is Emily Dunagin, who is an ELO student from Pittsfield Middle High School, set design by Turner Jennings and Dylan O’Brien, assisted by Jim Hart. Other kids will also be helping out with set design and construction, lights and sound, and stage management.

Mark your calendars now for this great show! Don’t miss it!


 COMING UP IN MARCH

DEARLY BELOVED

The show will run March 20, 21, 22, 27 and 28.

Dearly Beloved, written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, is a story of a very dysfunctional but loveable family facing the stresses of a family wedding. This comedy is as fast-paced as (and possibly crazier than) last year’s production of Dearly Departed, which was co-written by Jones, one of the authors. Mike Hobson is directing. For more information, contact Mike at hobsons176@comcast.net.


Pittsfield Player’s Season Tickets

Are Always Available

A Pittsfield Player’s Season Ticket could be the best present for any time of the year—for Mother’s Day, Father’s day, birthdays, or any time you need a gift for a theatergoer. One ticket costs $65, and you get admission to 5 shows. To order a season ticket, contact Maye Hart at 603-736-9563 or send email to maye@pittsfieldplayers.com.


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