White Horse Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

White Horse Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA
White Horse Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

Friday, July 6, 2018

"Guys and Dolls," Final Dress Rehearsal, Part 1 of 3, Priscilla Beach Theatre, Priscilla Beach, Manomet, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA


Priscilla Beach Theatre (PBT) owners, guardians, and producers Bob and Sandy Malone opened the third major production of this season - the classic Broadway hit, "Guys and Dolls." This production opened on July 5th and will run until July 21st. Contact PBT at 508-224-4888 or online for tickets.

Produced by: Bob and Sandy Malone
Production Manager: Joshua Patino
Director: Ron Fassler
Music Director: Chris Ricci
Stage Manager: Heather Radovich
Choreographer: Jennifer Farrell
Lighting: Olivia LoVerde
Sound: David Grossman

The original show premiered on Broadway in 1950, ran for 1200 performances, and won the Tony Award for Best Musical. It's had many subsequent successful additional theatre runs as well as a film adaptation in the mid-1950's.

"Guys and Dolls" promises to be another stellar offering from PBT.  Come out and support live theatre and the performing arts in our community!  We are very fortunate to have such a venue and a talented and committed team of professionals to perform these shows on our local stage.  Here's the lineup for this season:

"The Last Five Years" in May,
"The Drowsy Chaperone" in June,
"Guys and Dolls" in July,
"Bye, Bye, Birdie" in August,
"Damn Yankees" in September, 
"Dames at Sea" in October.

My blog posts from previous seasons can be found at this link.

Part 2 of this series is at this link.
Part 3 of this series is at this link.

The Barn Stage, a 240-seat venue, is in its 81st season and is cited as the oldest summer stock barn theatre still operating in America. The original barn was built in 1875 and much of that structure remains in place today.

The following images were captured live during the final dress rehearsal. They are not posed. Some are similar to each other. That is purposeful - an individual performer may look better in one than the other.  These images are often used by the performers to share with family and friends and other champions of their artistic endeavors. (Click on an image for a higher resolution version if your device supports that action). The images are presented in order of occurrence in the show.























































































































































































































































































Support local live theatre wherever in the world you may live!  Check back in a few days for Parts 2 and 3 of this blog series.


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