Guys and Dolls

Original Broadway Production (1950)

Credits See more credits

...
Staging
...
Dances and Musical Numbers

Cast Highlights

...
Nicely-Nicely Johnson
...
Benny Southstreet
...
Sarah Brown
...
Arvide Abernathy
...
Harry the Horse
...
Lieut. Brannigan
...
Nathan Detroit
...
Miss Adelaide
...
Sky Masterson
...
Big Jule

See more

Musical Numbers


Act One

Delete Song Section

Are you sure that you want to delete this section?

×
  • [Overture .... Orchestra]*
  • Opening (Runyonland) .... Ensemble
  • Fugue for Tinhorns .... Nicely-Nicely, Benny and Rusty Charlie
  • Follow the Fold .... Sarah, Arvide and Mission Band
  • The Oldest Established .... Nathan, Nicely-Nicely, Benny and Ensemble
  • I'll Know .... Sarah and Sky
  • A Bushel and a Peck .... Adelaide and Hot Box Girls
  • Adelaide's Lament .... Adelaide
  • Guys and Dolls .... Nicely-Nicely and Benny
  • Havana .... Ensemble
  • If I Were a Bell .... Sarah
  • My Time of Day .... Sky
  • I've Never Been in Love Before .... Sky and Sarah

Act Two

Delete Song Section

Are you sure that you want to delete this section?

×
  • [Entr'acte .... Orchestra]*
  • Take Back Your Mink .... Adelaide and Hot Box Girls
  • Adelaide's Lament (Reprise) .... Adelaide
  • More I Cannot Wish You .... Arvide
  • The Crap Game Dance .... Ensemble
  • Luck Be a Lady .... Sky and Crap Shooters
  • Sue Me .... Adelaide and Nathan
  • Sit Down, You're Rockin' the Boat .... Nicely-Nicely and Ensemble
  • Follow the Fold (Reprise) .... Mission Meeting Group
  • Marry the Man Today .... Adelaide and Sarah
  • Guys and Dolls (Reprise) .... Entire Company

Additional Musical Numbers Lists

There are no additional song lists.

Trivia & History

Michael Kidd said in a 1990 interview that "Take Back Your Mink" was put in the last night the production was in Philadelphia. The second act had opened with "A Bushel and a Peck". A week before they left Philadelphia, Burrows decided that he wanted to get to the Hot Box earlier in the evening. Loesser had a trunk song to use and they set about choreographing and designing the number. It was rehearsed all without the final music and orchestrations. The music arrived literally during the first act of the final Philadelphia performance. The number was put in for the second act and it stopped the show.

See more

Posters & Promo Art


Photos


Venues

Main Run


Tryout Dates


Audio Recordings

Commercial Recordings

See more

Video Recordings

No videos listed.


Copyright ©2018 ovrtur.com