Feb. 26-
Mar. 13, 2022

We're placing our bets on you having a fun night out when you and your friends and family

come see Guys and Dolls!

Fridays at 8 PM
Saturdays at 2 PM & 8PM

Sundays at 3PM



Executive Producer - J. Spencer Greene

Directed by Bryan McCaffrey          

Musical Direction by Anna Wegener

Choreography by Kristine Burdi-Stickney

Scenic Design by J. Spencer Greene

Costume Design by Victoria Jablonski

Lighting Design by Angela Kvitek

Stage Manager is Erin Versosky

Sound Design by Matt Kania

Scenic Painting by Sharon Damisch & Brett Baleski

Properties Design by the Company of Guys and Dolls

Dance Captain is Leslie Ann Harkins

Assistant Stage Manager is ​TBD

Lighting Operator is Mateo Nunez

House Manager is Frank Rebeka

Photos & Video by Sara Shifflet Photography

Photos by Mark Stickney

Marketing by Teresa J. Arnold

All performances will be at

Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center

150 E.Wood Street, Palatine, IL 60067

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SARAH BROWN: Morgan Dietkus

NATHAN DETROIT: Tony Calzaretta

MISS ADELAIDE: Korinne Yonan




BIG JULE.: Niall Casserly

ARVIDE ABERNATHY: Timothy Ferguson

ANGIE, et. al.: Neill Kelly

RUSTY, et. al.: Tyler Callahan

CALVIN, et. al.: Bryan Fowler *

HARRY THE HORSE, et. al.: Ken Kaden

LT. BRANNIGAN.: Todd Oakley

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Emma Robie #

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Jessica Fabal

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Mary Rose +

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Leslie Ann Harkins

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Christine Millins

HOT BOX GIRL, et. al.: Natasha Laws

*Understudy-Sky & Nathan, # Understudy-Sarah,


ABOUT THE MUSICAL, "Guys and Dolls"




Hailed as the perfect musical comedy, this award-winning classic gambles with luck and love under the bright lights of Broadway. This 1950 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical is based on short stories by American author Damon Runyon. New York’s most infamous crap game organizer, Nathan Detroit, hoping for a big pay day, challenges notorious gambler Sky Masterson to a bet he’s sure he’ll win: take mission girl Sarah Brown to dinner in Havana, Cuba. Sky accepts and pursues the known prude, seemingly hopelessly, while Nathan deals with his own situation - his 14-year fiancée, Adelaide, who’s tired of waiting for a wedding. When bets and love seem at odds, the characters are called to question their priorities to make things right. 


Guys and Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but eventually everyone ends up right where they belong. 

Frank Loesser's brassy, immortal score, and most memorable tunes, including the hilarious “Adelaide’s Lament,” the romantic “I’ve Never Been in Love Before,” the exuberant “If I Were a Bell,” and the classic “Luck Be a Lady,” makes Guys and Dolls a crowd pleaser.  When it opened on Broadway in 1950, it won five Tony Awards, including Best Musical. With three more Broadway revivals, it has cemented itself as a staple of American musicals. It is based on the short stories of Damon Runyon, an American author and reporter who favored tales about the seedier happenings of Broadway.