(800) 926-8351

mtirhtams-whitmarksamfrenchdps

 

 

To get started, simply request a SHOWPLOT - see insert to right. Place your order and then relax and look forward to a fabulous show! There's never a minimum order.

The icon Tracy Costumes Mask Indicator indicates that this show includes pictures of our costumes.

Guys and Dolls Costume Rentals

A book musical comedy set in the late 1940's on Broadway, New York city and Havana, Cuba. A junior version is available
Abe Burrows and Jo Swerling, book - Frank Loesser, music and lyrics

1950

Damon Runyon's "The Idyll of Miss Sarah Brown", and other short stories

Tracy Notes About This Show

We offer both a more realistic original version of the late 1940's clothes, and also the very stylized, bright, heightened reality of William Ivey Long's costume designs for the 1992 revival, for your choice. Our revival "chickies" have removable tail feather fans to dance around the barnyard with, again, per his design. An abridged Junior version for the younger performer is available. Details in our Showplot™.

Design Elements

New York, 1940, may be stylized or realistic

Plot Synopsis

Sky Masterson, an inveterate gambler, bets that he can get Sarah Brown, a "high class doll" and missionary, to go to Havana with him. Nathan Detroit, organizer of the oldest established floating crap game in New York, had been engaged to Miss Adelade, star of the Hot Box Night Club for 14 years. Adelade has a chronic cold over this prolonged engagement and begs Nathan to give up gambling, go straight and marry her. Nathan has to hide his next crap game in the sewer, ("Luck be a Lady"). Sky tricks Sarah into going to Havana, discovers he's in love with her, so has to make amends for the trick by bringing all the gamblers (sinners) to a mission meeting in time to help Sarah save the mission from being closed. Sky marries Sarah, and Nathan marries Adelade.

Thanks and Credit

3 production photos courtesy of 7 Ages Productions, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada

for  gamblers, Hot Box & Save-A-Soul Mission

Matt Duboff - photographs

Utah Festival Opera - scenery construction

Robert Little - scenery design

hampton Playhouse, Hampton, NH.