Director Greg Procaccino might have had a lucky streak with his production of Guys and Dolls, currently at Covedale Theatre — but I suspect he didn’t leave it to chance.
Guys and Dolls is a classic musical from 1950, one that I’m wagering most of the audience had seen in the past, either onstage or in the 1955 Brando/Sinatra movie version.
It’s highly doubtful that a production of this quality could have come together so well with just dumb luck. Director Procaccino consciously engineered a seamless night of genuine entertainment. 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday. $21; $19 for seniors/students.
See a full review here.