The Clarence Brown Theatre wraps up its season with Guys and Dolls, April 10-27. With more than 100 costumes, at least 2,400 lights, a cast of more than 30 and one of the greatest musical scores in the history of the American theatre, Guys and Dolls is a love story about what happens to gambling men and the women who want to tame them.
Songs include: "Luck Be a Lady," "A Bushel and a Peck," "I’ve Never Been in Love Before," and more.
Director Terry Silver-Alford is a member of the UT Theatre faculty and teaches Musical Theatre Performance, Directing, Introduction to the Theatre and Acting. His musical work recently was heard in The Life of Galileo.
Todd DuBail will perform the role of Sky Masterson. Jessica Culaciati will perform the role of Miss Adelaide. This will be Jessica’s final debut as a graduate student at UT. Adam Heffernan, a third year MFA student will perform the role of Nathan Detroit. Playing the role of Sarah Brown, Lena Hurt is currently in her third year in the Graduate Acting Program at UT.
The show will preview Thursday, April 10, followed by opening night Friday, April 11. The show runs through Sunday, April 27.
UT faculty and staff, senior citizens, children and students receive discounts. For tickets, call the Clarence Brown Theatre box office at 974-5161.