Spring musical “Guys and Dolls” a love story about gamblers and dancers in the 1940’s

By Linh Le, Staff Writer

As the two-hour dress rehearsal comes to an end, the students in the performing arts department call it a wrap and prepare for opening show tomorrow night.
The school proudly presents this year’s spring musical “Guys and Dolls”, a love story between two couples. Junior Jezeth Zaragoza plays female lead Sarah Brown, junior Jonathan Irving plays Sky Masterson who accepts a risky bet made by character Nathan Detroit played by senior Paul Harestad, and sophomore  Mary Graham plays hot box dancer Miss Adelaide.
“Since the first rehearsal in February, this cast and crew has grown into one big giant family,” junior Jezeth Zaragoza praised,”I love the atmosphere of a group of diverse individuals working towards a common goal.”
“Guys and Dolls” will be playing at the Deb Fennell Auditorium starting tomorrow May 1-3, 8, and 9. The show starts at 7:30pm on all days however on May 3 and 10 there is an earlier showing at 1pm.
Buy tickets in advance during both lunches in the commons and cafeteria for $10.00 or buy at the auditorium door for $12.00.