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PCCFA presents “Guys and Dolls Jr.”
July 26, 2018 at 10:01 a.m.
Walking down an aisle of fellow Hot Box dancers, Adelaide, played by Gwen Dominguez, makes her grand entrance to sing “A Bushel and a Peck” during the Port Chester Council for the Arts rehearsal of “Guys and Dolls” on Wednesday, July 25. The show will be performed on Friday and Saturday, July 27 and 28, at 7:30 p.m. in the Dunn Performing Arts Center at Rye Country Day School. Sarah Wolpoff|Westmore News
While their friend Nathan Detroit gets hounded by Lt. Brannigan, Nicely-Nicely Johnson (left), played by Vincent Sculti, and Benny Southstreet, played by Julian Lopez, try to act inconspicuous. Sarah Wolpoff|Westmore News
The gang of gamblers praise Nathan Detroit, played by Sean Mealey, while singing “The Oldest Established.” Sarah Wolpoff|Westmore News
Nathan Detroit, played by Sean Mealey, makes promises of the future to his skeptical seeming fiancé of 14 years, Adelaide, played by Gwen Dominguez.
Sarah Brown, played by Lauren Barton, prepares to slap Sky Masterson, played by Christopher Cilauro, after he tries to pull a move on her during their first encounter. Sarah Wolpoff|Westmore News
Dressed in classic 1940s attire, the “Guys and Dolls” cast sing about all the crazy things that guys are only doing for “some doll.”
Sky Masterson, played by Christopher Cilauro, is starting to get worried for his date Sarah Brown, played by Lauren Barton, who he may have gotten drunk without her knowing.
Sarah Brown, played by Lauren Barton, plays the tambourine as she leads her fellow missionaries on stage. Sarah Wolpoff|Westmore News