Frank Loesser's
Guys and Dolls
Sun, Aug 10, 2:30 - 6:00 pm
Silva Concert Hall, Hult Center
Guys and Dolls is a comedic story of love, money, and salvation in New York City. All the hot gamblers are in town, and they're all depending on Nathan Detroit, and his two cohorts Nicely-Nicely Johnson and Benny Southstreet, to set up this week's incarnation of "The Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York". The only problem is, he needs $1,000 to get the place. Nathan makes a $1,000 bet with Sky Masterson that he cannot take Sarah Brown, a sergeant at the Save-a-Soul Mission, to Havana for a day. Sarah, who is short on sinners for her mission, goes on the trip with Sky's promise that he will provide her with sinners for the next mission meeting. In the meantime, Nathan is constantly trying to stay one step ahead of his fiancée, Miss Adelaide, who wants Nathan to marry her after a decade-long engagement but will not marry him unless he gives up his gambling.

Act One
Runyonland
Fugue For Tinhorns - Nathan, Nicely-Nicely, Benny
Follow The Fold - Sarah and Mission workers
The Oldest Established - Nathan, Nicely-Nicely, Benny, and the Guys
I'll Know - Sarah and Sky
A Bushel And A Peck - Adelaide and the Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament - Adelaide
Guys And Dolls - Nicely-Nicely and Benny
Havana
If I Were A Bell - Sarah
My Time Of Day - Sky
I've Never Been In Love Before - Sky and Sarah

Act Two
Entr'acte
Take Back Your Mink - Adelaide and the Hot Box Girls
Adelaide's Lament (reprise) - Adelaide
More I Cannot Wish You - Arvide Abernathy
The Crapshooters Dance - The Guys
Luck Be A Lady - Sky and the Guys
Sue Me - Adelaide and Nathan
Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat - Nicely-Nicely and Ensemble
Marry The Man Today - Adelaide and Sarah
Guys And Dolls (reprise) - Ensemble

Event Personnel
Creative Team
James Paul, music director & conductor
Richard H. Jessup, choreographer
Jerry Hooker, scenic design
Mary Mikkelsen, cosgtume design
Kelly Baum, lighting design
Vicki Brabham, choral director
Cast
Shirley Andress, Sarah Brown
Lyn Burg, Miss Adelaide
Bill Hulings, Sky Masterson
Jeff Allen Pierce, Nathan Detroit
Patrick Torelle, Big Jule
Scenes & Musical Numbers
ACT I
 Runyonland
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Music by Frank Loesser
 Fugue for Tinhorns
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Follow the Fold
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 The Oldest Established
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 I'll Know
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 A Bushel and a Peck
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Adelaide's Lament
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Guys and Dolls
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Havana
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Music by Frank Loesser
 If I Were A Bell
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 My Time Of Day
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 I've Never Been In Love Before
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
ACT II
 Take Back Your Mink
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Adelaide's Second Lament
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 More I Cannot Wish You
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Luck Be A Lady
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Sue Me
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Sit Down, You're Rockin' The Boat
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 Marry The Man Today
(1950) Guys And Dolls
Words & music by Frank Loesser
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Frank Loesser, 1910-1969
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Silva Concert Hall
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
One Eugene Center
Eugene, Oregon
541-682-5000

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