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A musical fable of Broadway. Based on story and characters by Damon Runyon. Book written in 1950. A Salvation Army officer, Sister Sarah, attempts to save the souls of the New York gamblers. "Luck be a Lady", "I've Never Been in Love Before", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat"Performers Adam Baxter (Society Max), Delroy Brown (Liver Lips Louie), Sophie Byrne (Mimi), Georgina Field (Agatha), Ben Fox (Nathan Detroit), Christopher Fry (Rusty Charlie), Anthony Hunt (Benny Southstreet), Rosie Jenkins (Miss Adelaide), Paul Kissaun (Big Jule), Nick Lashbrook (Officer Brannigan), Claire McGarahan (Martha), Lorna-Marie Moore (Wanda), Laura Pitt-Pulford (Sarah Brown), David Randall (Brandy Bottle Bates), Alun Saunders (Hot Box MC), Robbie Scotcher (Sky Masterson), Steve Simmonds (Angie the Ox), Gavin Spokes (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Kraig Thornber (Harry the Horse), Charlie Tighe (Joey Biltmore), Susannah Van Den Berg (General Matilda B. Cartwright), Johnson Willis (Arvide Abernathy)..
Music Frank Loesser. Lyrics Frank Loesser. Book by Jo Swerling. Book by Abe Burrows. Producer Clwyd Theatr Cymru. Producer New Wolsey Theatre. Producer Salisubury Playhouse. Director Peter Rowe. Design Libby Watson. Musical Director Greg Palmer. Lighting Nick Richings. Sound Kevin Heyes. Choreographer Francesca Jaynes.
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