JCHS presents ‘Guys & Dolls’

The cast rehearses a scene from the Jefferson City High School production of “Guys & Dolls.” Performances begin Friday.

The cast rehearses a scene from the Jefferson City High School production of “Guys & Dolls.” Performances begin Friday. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

The Jefferson City High School students are ready for the debut performance of this year’s operetta “Guys & Dolls.”

Director Joey Tomlin said the starring students have great voices, and audiences will hear and see real talent on the stage. There is great music and fun songs that showcase each student’s talent, she said.

“I’m just real proud,” Tomlin said. “It’s a great group of kids, and they’ve worked hard.”

The show is a musical about gamblers and their love interests set in New York City. Tomlin said the women portrayed in the show love the gambling men and want to change them, but know they probably won’t be able to.

The show begins Friday and ends Sunday at the Miller Performing Arts Center, with tickets available at the Miller Center box office. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students. There will be a free matinee for seniors at noon Friday, with regular shows at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday.

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