I encourage everyone to see “Guys and Dolls” at Perseverance Theatre before it ends on April 14. It is totally entertaining.
The setting is 1939 in New York City and the costumes seem authentic (like I would know) and fun at the same time. The Salvation Army comes off well in the show, although I am not sure about the female uniforms. Anyway, lots singing and dancing.
This was originally a big stage production but was very effectively restaged in the small footprint Perseverance venue. It was as good as many of the shows I have seen on Broadway and way better than some of them. There are no bad seats in the theater, so treat yourself to a good time.
Ericka Lee, who plays Miss Adelaide, will know your socks off. Enjoy!
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