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Lemont High School’s Performing Arts Center to Present 'Guys and Dolls' in May

Performances will be May 15–17.

Lemont High School’s Performing Arts Center to Present 'Guys and Dolls' in May
A Tony Award winning Broadway work—considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy—is set to shuffle across Lemont High School’s stage. The school’s Performing Arts Center will feature Guys and Dolls for nightly performances from Thursday, May 15, through Saturday, May 17.

All performances of Guys and Dolls, which will be produced by Terry Redford, will begin at 7 p.m., and tickets are on sale now for each performance. All tickets are $15, and all seats in the Performing Arts Center—including the balcony and main level—are reserved seats.

Individuals who order tickets online in advance not only can skip the ticket lines the night of the show, but also can choose their own seats and print their tickets at home. To order and pay for tickets online via credit card, patrons may visit the following link: https://pac.lemont.k12.il.us/

Tickets may be purchased at the door each evening, pending availability. For more ticket information, call (630) 243-3286.

Featuring a cast of memorable characters—from Sky Masterson and Amanda Brown to Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide—Guys and Dolls is based on two short stories by Damon Runyon. Thanks to the hilarious, fast-paced book by Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling, as well as Frank Loesser’s brassy score, the audience follows these characters and more from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana. Both funny and romantic, Guys and Dolls is perfect for all ages.

Guys and Dolls will be directed by Heather Hutchison, with orchestral direction by Redford, vocal direction by Matt Doherty and choreography by Amanda Tanguay Zimmerman. Andrew Nelsen will head up set design and construction, while Roy Nees will serve as the backstage technical supervisor. Designers for the production will include Mike Kellner (lighting), Tom Kieffer (costumes), Bob Kuper (make-up) and Mike Ross (sound operations). Richard Sladek will serve as the accompanist, and Doherty will double as the house manager.

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