Checking on the Arts
4:19 pm
Tue May 25, 2010

Checking on the Arts - GUYS and DOLLS at GCT

Checking on the Arts with Kacky Walton, featuring GCT's Guys and Dolls

Memphis, TN – Germantown Community Theatre closes its 2009-2010 with the musical Guys and Dolls. Checking on the Arts host Kacky Walton talks with GCT Executive Director Brent Davis and actors John Hemphill and Emily Chateau about the upcoming production.

GUYS AND DOLLS
The classic American musical, with book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, with music by Frank Loesser.
Directed by Marler Stone, Music Direction by Cheri Hughes

Sponsored by Crew Training International
Run Dates: May 28 - June 13
Germantown Community Theatre
3037 Forest Hill Irene Rd
Germantown, TN 38138
Box Office: 901.754.2680 or order tickets online www.germantowncommunitytheatre.org
Show Times: Thursdays 7:30 pm, Fridays and Saturdays 8 pm, Sundays 2:30 pm

Production Staff: Director: Marler Stone
Stage Manager: Kerry Strahm
Set Design: Andy Saunders
Choreography: Amy Hanford and Megan Homas
Costume Design: Caroline Redfern with assistance from Robin Owens
Lighting Design: Chris Swanson
Technical Director/Set Dressing: Kerry Strahm
Properties: Betty Dilley

Cast List Emily Chateau (Adelaide)
Rob Hanford (Sky Masterson)
Emily Z Pettet (Sarah Brown)
Jim Dale Green (Nicely Nicely)
Wesley Barnes (Benny Southstreet)
Gary Cook (Rusty Charlie)
Roy White (Arvide Abernathy)
Brian Everson (Harry the Horse/Crap Shooter/Ensemble)
Lauren Hollenbeck (General Cartwright)
Vince Lemorrocco (Big Jule)
Sterling Church (Calvin/Crap Shooter/Ensemble)
John Hemphill (Nathan Detroit)
Michael Beyl (Lt. Brannigan)
Steven Monismith (Crap Shooter/Ensemble)
Kilby Hodges (Hot Box Girl/Ensemble)
Tzvetana Denkova (Hot Box Girl/Ensemble)
Emily Binford (Hot Box Girl/Ensemble)
Brent Davis (Crap Shooter/Ensemble)
Nick Kourvelas (Crap Shooter/Ensemble)
Jimmy Patterson (Crap Shooter/Ensemble)

About the play:
This is the classic American musical - a hit for almost 60 years and boasting some of the most memorable, toe-tapping songs ever to come from Broadway, including "Fugue For Tinhorns," "If I Were a Bell," "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat," and "Luck Be a Lady." Join Sister Sarah Brown, Miss Adelaide, Nathan Detroit and Sky Masterson as they take you down Memory Lane in this beloved story of love and luck on the streets of New York.