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"Guys and Dolls"
Fun Chance to Experience Live Local Theater
March/April, 2005 - Issue #6
Straight-laced missionary Sarah Brown (Jennifer Guerrero) is shocked by the ideas of Hot Box singer Miss Adelaide (Rena Bailey Barrett) in the Canyon Theatre Guild
Straight-laced missionary Sarah Brown (Jennifer Guerrero) is shocked by the ideas of Hot Box singer Miss Adelaide (Rena Bailey Barrett) in the Canyon Theatre Guild's winning musical "Guys and Dolls."
Come experience what many consider the perfect musical comedy, as the Canyon Theatre Guild presents the legendary musical "Guys and Dolls." All the hot gamblers are in town, and they're all depending on Nathan Detroit (Joe Miele) to host "The Oldest Established Permanent Floating Crap Game in New York." To get the money to hire the place, he makes a bet with high-rolling gambler Sky Masterson (Dean Thomas) that Sky can't woo local missionary Sarah Brown (Jennifer Guerrero). A true challenge for Sky, but Nathan's got romance troubles of his own - his chronically-engaged fiancee, Hot Box Dancer Adelaide (Rena Bailey Barrett).

The rest of the production's cast includes Lisa Aguayo, Jenn Alexopoulos, Tamarah Ashton-Coombs, Olivia Barella, Julie Berlin, Katie Burck, Sarah Carman, Margo Caruso, Melissa Joy Castro, George Chavez, Karrie Combs, Poppy Fowler, Robert Fowler, Karla Giannelli, Christina Hadiwijaya, Jeff Hyde, Mitch Krayton, Emily Krogh, Steve Krogh, Matthew Lawrence, Tom Lund, Jack Matson, Mike McCreary, Shannon Michael, Kamber Moen, John Morris, Chris Passalacqua, Brad Rennels, Frank Rock, Joe Roselund, Chris Schambers, Michelle Smith and Shana Wurst.

This talent-filled showing of "Guys & Dolls" is directed by Patti Finley, with vocal direction by Leslie Berra and Greg Finley (also serving as assistant director). Musette Caing and Jan Marie Rennels are co-choreographers. The set is being co-designed by Jeff Hyde and Frank Rock with Garrett Finley and Jeff Vincent orchestrating music and sound. Joe Miele is designing the lighting with assistance from Tom Lund and Tim Christianson. The stylized period costumes are being created with the expertise of Jill McGlynn and Lynn McQuown.

This exciting production (part of the CTG's 34th season of live theater) will run from March 18 through April 24. The showtimes are Fridays at 8 p.m., Saturdays at 2 p.m. (except March 19 and March 26) and 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.

The Canyon Theatre Guild is located at 24242 San Fernando Road in Old Town Newhall. For more information about the CTG, please visit www.canyontheatre.org. To reserve your tickets (Adults: $12-$16, Juniors and Seniors: $9-$12) for this high-rolling production, please call 799-2702.
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