Guys and Dolls

We were not planning to see this show, but it had such good reviews, and we had a free evening, we decided to get tickets. 

We should have followed our first instincts. For some reason, this production just did not click for me. I kept falling asleep and woke up at one time to find the lead characters in Cuba, with no idea how they got there. We left at intermission. 

The rest of the audience seemed to be having a great time, but it was not meant for me.


About cathyriggall

Theatre junkie, who thinks live theatre is the ultimate form of living on the edge. You never know what will happen when an actor steps on the stage.
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One Response to Guys and Dolls

  1. keithhpotter says:

    I would have stayed, but I was not sorry to leave as it did not grip me.

    I am not particularly a fan of musicals, but I thought Elodie Gillet’s operetta style of singing did not fit well with the rest of the cast and the Shaw musicals of the last couple of years, as well as
    Guys & Dolls at Stratford all just worked better.

    Perhaps neither of us were in the right mood.

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