Oh, I thought this was going to be asking if Guys and Dolls was any good.
The answer to which is: Yeah, it's pretty good. Standard 1920s-to-1950s-era New York romcom musical fare, but kind of the progenitor of a lot of it. Still funny in parts. The supposed "comic relief" romance is more interesting than the main plot about this one religious church type girl and an irresponsible gambler who would NEVER GET ALONG OMG except THEN THEY DO OMG,
which kind of makes it sound a lot worse than it is, but you get the idea - and then the subplot about gambling itself is WAY
more interesting than either of those romantic plots.
We put on a production of it in high school (I was in a minor role, essentially an extra), and I have to say I think we pretty much rocked it. They've got a lot of talented theater kids at my old school.
edited 23rd Sep '11 5:27:59 PM by Sporkaganza
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