The beloved play “Guys and Dolls” premiered on Broadway in 1950, winning a Tony for “Best Musical” in 1951. After several revivals, including a 1955 film adaptation, the musical still holds up nearly 70 years later.
The story? “A notorious gambler attempts to woo a straight-laced, Save-a-Soul mission doll in hopes of winning a bet. Meanwhile, after waiting 14 years, a lamenting showgirl wants to finally drag her fiancé to the alter. Place your bets on love conquering all in this hilarious Broadway classic featuring a bushel of songs you know and love.”
–Christina Johnson, On 3 Public Relations