Curtain to open on “Guys and Dolls” at Little Theatre


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La Porte Little Theatre is proud to announce its upcoming musical: “Guys and Dolls.”

This quintessential Broadway musical Guys and Dolls is a true mix of love, drama and action beautifully accompanied with memorable music. Intertwining stories of two gamblers, flat-broke Nathan (played by John Hutchinson) is looking to find a place for a big crap game and at the same time keep his 14-year fiancé and head dancer at the Hot Box Club, Adelaide (played by Danielle Bilderback).

Having no money, Nathan develops a scheme to get a fellow gambler, Sky (played by Andy Crane), who has money, to front the dough for the game. Meanwhile, Sky falls for the straight-laced mission director, Sarah (played by Erin Imer), and pulls out all the stops to woo her. Sarah, believing Sky is responsible for a crap game that was held in the mission, desperately tries to deny her true feelings for him.

Will the gamblers get their crap game? Will love prevail? Come see the show for these answers and more.

Directors Jim Snyder and Tony J. Thomas, along with Musical Director Charles Steck, have assembled an all-star cast for this musical extravaganza. After waiting over a year to perform this show, Snyder said, “We have many returning cast members and some new cast members – all of them are amazing. Not even a pandemic can stop this show; you will be impressed with this performance. Our cast and crew have diligently worked to create the ultimate show and you will be happy you saw it.”

Additional cast members includes: AvaLee Abraham, Kristin Allison, Samantha Bean, Lindsay Burnett-Snyder, Douglas Campbell, Anthony Holt, Bruce Johnson, Trent Kearcher, Benjamin Keller, Madison Keller, Jim Lampl, Tom LeDonne, Scott Lenig, Kim Meyers, Max Principe, Susie Richter, Jackie Robinson, Jacob Robinson, Matt Robinson, Kim Snyder, Rich Snyder, Jill Thomas, Michael J. Thomas, and Adam Wogoman.

Show performances at Little Theatre, 218 A St., are Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 1, 2, 8 and 9, at 7:30 p.m., and Sundays, Oct. 3 and 10 at 2 p,m. New to this show is online reserved seating; you get to choose your seats.

For more information about “Guys and Dolls” and about La Porte Little Theatre, visit:

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