The optimistic world of Frank Loesser’s “Guys and Dolls” mirrors the mood of Aves Theatre participants as summertime draws near.
“I tried to write down the way I feel about the upcoming production of ‘Guys and Dolls’ but the paper could not handle it,” said Emily Fry, 12.
Not much has been revealed about the show other than the rehearsal schedule. The artistic vision in the directorial mind of Mr. John Whapham remains unclear at this time.
“I definitely am curious as to which direction Mr. Whapham will want to go with the show. Doubtless, there will be a strong emphasis on energetic performances and clearly pronounced text, as is his usual focus. His focus on these themes makes for great productions, and I am willing to bet this formula will work just as well for ‘Guys and Dolls’ as it has for the others,” said Fry.
Fresh off of their enormous victory at the recent Cappies Gala, Aves Theatre feels supremely confident in their ability to bring a new life to the age-old production.
“We will definitely give it a spin that has never been seen before,” said Fry.
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