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By R. B. Harris
Published June 7 2007

  Michael Grandage

The Olivier-winning production of Guys and Dolls is headed for Broadway in February 2008.( It will open the following month.) The show, which was presented by the Donmar Warehouse in the West End's Piccadilly Theatre , will once again have Michael Grandage as its director.

Apparently, the show will be casting from scratch. According to a casting notice, the powers that be are looking for performers to fill the principal roles of Adelaide, Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit, Nicely Nicely Johnson, Harry the Horse and Big Julie, among others.

The Donmar production of the Frank Loesser/ Abe Burrows/Jo Swirling classic, was its first production done off site. It opened at the Piccadilly on June 1, 2005. It starred Ewan McGregor as Sky and Jane Krakowski as Miss Adelaide. Krakowski picked up an Olivier Award for her efforts, and the show walked off with the Olivier for Outstanding Musical Production. It closed a short time ago, April 14, 2007, to be exact.

The original production, opened on Broadway at the 46th Street Theatre( the Richard Rodgers) on November 24, 1950. The cast included Sam Levene( Nathan Detroit), Vivian Blaine( Miss Adelaide), Robert Alda( Sky Masterson) and Isabel Bigley( Sarah Brown). The show rang up 1,200 performances before closing on November 23, 1953.

Guys and Dolls was revived on Broadway in March of 1992. It played at the Martin Beck( Al Hirschfeld) and racked up over 1,100 performances, before closing in January of 1995. It featured Nathan Lane and Faith Prince and was directed by Jerry Zaks.


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