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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 Clare Foster (Sarah Brown), Jamie Parker (Sky Masterson), Peter Polycarpou (Nathan Detroit), Sophie Thompson (Miss Adelaide), Etian Almeida (Ensemble), Karen Aspinal (Ensemble), Lucy Banfield (Ensemble/dance captain), John Brannoch (Ensemble), Stephanie Bron (Ensemble), Nic Greenshields (Ensemble), Mark Heenehan (Ensemble), Ian Hughes (Benny), Daniel Ioannou (Ensemble), Melissa James (Ensemble), Anabel Kutay (Ensemble), Melanie La Barrie (General Cartwright), Lucinda Lawrence (Ensemble), Adam Margilewski (Ensemble), Neil McCaul (Arvide Abernathy), Harry Morrison (Nicely Nicely Johnson), Michael Peters (Angie the Ox), Carl Sanderson (Rusty Charlie), Nick Wilton, Matthew Whennell-Clark (Ensemble), Nick Wilton (Harry the Horse).
Music Frank Loesser. Lyrics Frank Loesser. Book by Jo Swerling. Book by Abe Burrows. Corporate Sponsor Henry Adams. Corporate Sponsor Reynolds Fine Furniture. Corporate Sponsor Roussillon Park-Zero C. Corporate Sponsor Seaward Properties. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Gordon Greenberg. Choreographer Carlos Acosta. Design Peter McKintosh. Musical Director Gareth Valentine (+dance arrangements/musical supervisor). Music Larry Blank (orchestrator). Lighting Tim Mitchell. Sound Paul Groothuis. Choreographer Andrew Wright (additional choreography). Director Pippa Ailion (casting).
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