Guys & Dolls
music and lyrics by Frank Loesser
book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows
from the stories and characters of Damon Runyon
LAMBS PLAYERS THEATRE - 1142 Orange Ave, Coronado CA 92118
The classic American Musical in a fresh and vibrant production. Travel back to New York City in the early 50s... with a side trip to Havana. Frank Loesser's musical masterpiece brings to life the stories of Damon Runyon that gave us the unforgettable Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown, Nathan Detroit and Miss Adelaide, with terrific numbers like "If I Were A Bell", "Adelaide's Lament", "Luck Be A Lady", and "Sit Down You're Rockin' the Boat."
Running Time: 2hrs, 25 mins, including an Intermission
Age Recommendation: Age 7 and up
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Liver Lips Louie
Jesse Abeel is a graduate from CSU Fullerton with a BFA in Musical Theatre. Lamb’s credits include: The Servant of Two Masters, The Music Man, Till We Have Faces, The Book of the Dun Cow, The Glory Man, Smoke on the Mountain, several seasons of Lamb’s annual holiday celebration An American Christmas, and several seasons of Lamb’s Educational Outreach (The Road Crew). CSUF: Miss Saigon (Chris), As You Like It (Orlando), Romeo & Juliet (Paris).
Danny is so happy to return to the Lamb’s stage! Previous LPT credits include Guys and Dolls (Benny Southstreet) and Joe Vs the Volcano (Luggage Salesman). National tours: Fiddler on the Roof and A Christmas Carol. Some other favorite credits include Hello Dolly! (Barnaby Tucker), Wonderful Town (Frank Lippencott), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip Tolentino), Happy Days: A New Musical (Chachi), and most recently Oklahoma! (Ali Hakim). He holds a BA in Theatre from Azusa Pacific University. Danny would like to thank Debbie, Robert, Colleen, and Maria for this great opportunity to perform and to the cast, crew, and orchestra! Also, thanks to Mom, Dad, his family, friends, and especially Heather! www.DannyBoman.com
Eileen was onstage at Lamb's last Season as Adelaide in Guys and Dolls, and Dee Dee/Patricia/Angela in Joe Vs The Volcano. She is a native San Diegan and has been seen on stages in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and even Japan but she loves to be here in her home town.Theatre-goers may have seen her as Agnes Gooch in Mame at San Diego Lyric Opera, Miss Rona in Spelling Bee at the North Coast Rep, Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady and Lina Lamont in Singing in the Rain both at Starlight Musical Theatre just to name a few. She played Grandma Who for 13 years in the The Old Globe's How the Grinch Stole Christmas directed by Tony award-winning director Jack O'brien. Eileen spends lots of time in Los Angeles doing commercials and television. She dedicates her performance to her sweet perfect husband of 18 years and to her wonderful family, to Mommy and Daddy I love you !!!!!! God is so good!! Eileen is so happy to be here in Pete 'n' Keely with her favorite sandbox playmate, Phil Johnson.
Jim has appeared in 30 productions with LPT: Joe vs The Volcano, Guys & Dolls, Harvey, Joyful Noise; Room Service; Boomers; The Voysey Inheritance; Amadeus; Rehearsal for Murder; The Winslow Boy; 1776; A Man For All Seasons; Ring Round the Moon; My Fair Lady; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; You Can't Take It With You; A Woman of No Importance; The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Festival of Christmas '99, ’04 and ‘06; and 9 productions of An American Christmas. Other San Diego Theaters: The Old Globe, The Cygnet Theatre (Resident Artist), La Jolla Playhouse, San Diego Rep, North Coast Rep (Associate Artist), New Village Arts, Moxie Theatre, Intrepid Shakespeare Co., Ion Theatre, Playwrights Project, Sledgehammer, Evoke Dance Theater, Starlight, The Avo@Moonlight, 6th@Penn, The Ark, CCT, Mystery Cafe, Vantage Theater and The Fritz. Awards: San Diego Critics Circle, Backstage West Dramalogue, KPBS Patte’, Billie and Robby.
Harry The Horse
Andy Collins is pleased to be making his Lamb’s Players debut. Some of his credits include: Cabaret (Max), The Matchmaker (Ambrose), My Fair Lady (Harry), Pageant (Miss Great Plains) at Cygnet Theatre, Gypsy (Herbie), Parasite Drag (Gene) at ion theatre, The Full Monty (Harold) at SD Musical Theatre, Break Up Notebook (Bob), Twist (Mr. Sowerberry), Valhalla (Ludwig), Falsettos (Mendel), Rocky Horror Show (Brad) at Diversionary Theatre, Moon Over Buffalo (Howard) at North Cost Rep, Oklahoma! (Will), Me and My Girl (Gerald), La Cage Aux Folles (Clo Clo) at Starlight. Andy was in the first graduating class at San Diego SCPA.
Hot Box Doll
Chelsea Diggs-Smith is blessed to be joining this beautifully talented cast and crew in Guys and Dolls, her debut production here at Lamb's Players Theatre. She is a native of the east coast and received a BFA in Musical Theatre at Shenandoah Conservatory. Favorite credits include: Usherette in The Producers and Mistress U/S in Evita (Theatre by the Sea), Liza in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Show Palace Theatre), Isabelle in a staged reading of Amour and Katherina in Taming of the Shrew (Shenandoah Conservatory), and Belle in Beauty and the Beast (Columbia Center for the Arts). Special thanks to her loving and constantly supportive husband and family. All glory to God!
Hot Box Doll
Brandy is thrilled to be making her Lamb's Players debut! She was last seen onstage dancing in the Queen rock musical We Will Rock You. Other shows include EFX Alive starring Rick Springfield, the Broadway National Tour of Saturday Night Fever and Greased Lightning starring Adrian Zmed. Brandy has also worked in Las Vegas as a dancer and aerialist for the MGM Grand Hotel and the Fab Four Live show at Planet Hollywood. Many thanks to Kerry Meads and Robert and Deborah Smyth for this wonderful opportunity! Also, to my family for their unending love and support.
Jimmy The Greek
Anton is so excited to be a part of an original work! He recently relocated to San Diego a year ago from NYC. He married a local girl (best decision of his life and they had their first child in OCT) and together they shared the stage in Guys and Dolls here at Lamb’s. Tours: Altar Boyz, Little Women, 12 Irish Tenors. In SD he recently played Ren in Footloose with SDMT and worked with Lambs Players in Fiddler on the Roof and mixtape. He gives all the praise and glory to his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
Agatha / Havana Dancer
Courtney feels honored to be back at Lambs Players! Previous San Diego roles include Hope Harcourt in Anything Goes and Rumpleteazer in CATS (Moonlight), Anne in Little Night Music (Cygnet) and Luisa in the Fantasticks (Lamb's Players). But, her most favorite role to date is being married to the amazing Anton Fero and Mommy to their precious miracle, Eden Marie. Graduate of UC Irvine's BFA program. She wants to thank her family for their support and God for his greatness and undeserved blessings.
Rhona is delighted to be back at Lamb’s Players Theatre. Previously at Lambs she appeared as Yente for 3 performances as understudy to Kerry Meads in last summer's production of Fiddler on the Roof. as General Cartwright in Guys & Dolls, Mrs. Paroo in The Music Man, Ouiser Boudreaux in Steel Magnolias, and Constanza in Enchanted April. Most recently she appeared as Sylia Diaz in Johnna Adams' Skinless at Moxie theatre. Also with Moxie: Rebecca Nurse in the Moxie Theatre/Intrepid Shakespeare Co. coproduction of The Crucible. Drink Me (or The Strange Case of Alice Times Three), Eurydice, Expecting Isabel and Eleemosynary. She appeared in The Magic Fire for Moonlight Stage Productions, and in numerous Fritz Theatre productions including Viburnum, She also appeared in a number of productions at the NCRT including The Diary of Anne Frank. She lives in University Heights with husband, actor J. Michael Ross.
has performed with LPT in Harvey, Five Cups of Coffee, Amadeus and South Pacific, as well as several seasons with LPT's Educational Outreach team touring to schools throughout the southland. Since age 10, Greg gained much of his performing experience with CYT. He is glad to return to the stage after earning his masters degree in Marriage & Family Therapy. He's proud to dedicate his performance to his 3 year old daughter, Piper-Joy and his wife MJ. He dreams of one day blending theatre and psychology to form a unique approach to character development.
Hot Box Doll
April was recently seen at Lamb's Players in Guys & Dolls and The Music Man. April has been a performer and choreographer for Lamb's Players Educational Outreach, now known as "Road Crew," for its last several seasons. Favorite roles elsewhere: Man Of La Mancha (Fermina, Maria) The Welk Resort Theater; Seussical!The Musical (Mayzie La Bird)ART Theater; Carnivalesque:A Caged Heart (Lisa); West Side Story (Maria u/s, Francesca); Rock Steady Hip Hop Ministries (Dancer). A current scholarship student in the dance program at Academy Of Performing Arts, San Diego. Choreography Credits: Infinity Dance Arts, San Diego Christian College, PLNU, La Presa Middle School, CCT's Senior Follies 2007& 2008. Now and forever a "Doll" to her "Guy", and best friend, Noah.
Luke H. Jacobs
Brandy Bottle Bates
Luke is delighted to be joining the Lamb’s family once again with such a talented and dynamic cast and creative team. Favorite credits from the past include Don Kerr in A Chorus Line, Richard (the nice nurse) in A New Brain, Caldwell B. Cladwell in Urinetown, Gideon in Seven Brides..., and Beverly Carlton in The Man Who Came to Dinner. Luke was fortunate enough to perform in the 2nd national tour of All Shook Up last year and was also the lead singer/dancer aboard the M/S Maasdam with Holland America Line. He holds his BFA in Musical theatre from CSU, Fullerton. He is beyond thankful for his friends and family who keep him happy, and for YOU for supporting art! “LOVE the show, please!”
is very pleased to be a part of this American musical theatre classic. He last appeared with Lamb's Players Theatre in An American Christmas at the Hotel Del Coronado. Previous Lamb’s appearances include Hometown Christmas in Perry, Iowa, Room Service, The Voysey Inheritance, Hello, Dolly!, Into The Woods, 1776, and She Loves Me. In the last year he has appeared in Gypsy with Ion Theatre Company, Annie with Moonlight Stage Productions, Our Town with Cygnet Theatre, and Hamlet with Grossmont College. Many thanks to Kerry for this opportunity. What a journey. What a ride.
Mimi/Hot Box Doll
Lauren is delighted to return to Lamb's Players after appearing in The Music Man last season! National Tours: How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical. San Diego credits include: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (San Diego Musical Theatre), Oklahoma! (Moonlight Stage Productions), Annie (Lily St. Regis) and Hello Dolly! (Starlight Musical Theatre). CSUF credits include: Miss Saigon (Ellen), Urinetown, the Musical! (Little Sally), Bat Boy (Daisy), and Songs for a New World (Woman 1). Lauren earned her BFA in Musical Theatre from Cal State Fullerton. She is grateful to her friends and family for their unconditional love, and for all those who support the arts!
is honored to be in the fold of the Lambs family. Last seen in Ken Page's Storyville at The Rep, and nominee of the 2010 Craig Noel Award. Recently played Othello (Artists Repertory Theatre), and debuted at The Apollo Theater in Harlem. As a dramatic tenor, he has prepared the roles of Otello and Calaf (Turandot) under the guidance of maestros Franco Corelli and George Shirley. Recent TV includes guest starring on TNT's Leverage and NBC's Grimm. Current films are Gus Van Sant's Restless, with Mia Wasikowska and Henry Hopper, and Heitor Dhalia's Gone, with Amanda Seyfried. Favorite role is dad of Anaka Rachel and Raina Isabel.
is so thrilled to be working with Lamb's Players again after a joyous run with miXtape. Favorite credits: Hairspray! (Seaweed J. Stubbs), Moonlight Amphitheatre; The Fantasticks (Matt), Macbeth (Duncan/Porter), University of Redlands Theatre; The Jackie Robinson Story (Jackie Robinson)*ITL Award*, The Wizard of Oz (Nikko), Pilgrim's Progress (Christian), Pursued! A Johan Story (Shamar'ezer)*ITL Award*, LifeHouse Theatre Productions; Beauty and the Beast (Ensemble), Redlands Bowl. He recently completed his B.A. in Music from the University of Redlands.
A San Diego native, Tim is excited to be making his debut with LPT. Recent credits include Roger in GREASE and Chef Louis in the US Regional Premier of Disney's The Little Mermaid. Other favorite credits: Jack in Into the Woods, Horton in Seussical, Willard in Footloose, Prince Dauntless in Once Upon a Mattress, and the Genie in Disney’s Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular at the Disneyland Resort. New York Credits include the original cast of Rock Journals and coming soon, his one-man show 'Memoirs of a Ginger.' Much thanks to my family for putting up with my life. Proud member of AEA.
John Rosen is happy to be back performing at Lamb’s Players with so many good friends. Lamb’s: Pete ‘n Keely, Joe Vs. The Volcano, Guys & Dolls, The Music Man, Harvey, The Fantasticks, Room Service, The Winslow Boy, American Rhythm and Charley’s Aunt. REGIONAL: A Catered Affair and The Constant Wife for The Old Globe; LOCAL: Ella and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum for San Diego Rep; Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 and To Forgive, Divine for North Coast Rep; Bunbury, The Long Christmas Ride Home, and Looking for Normal for Diversionary; and other shows in the distant past for Sledgehammer, Bowery, and Gaslamp Quarter Theatres.
Spencer is very happy to be back in San Diego and with Lamb’s Player Theatre, his artistic home away from home. Spencer was last seen as Hardy in San Diego’s longest running homegrown musical “Mixtape” at the Horton Grand Theatre. Other theatre credits include Enselmo in T.U.T.S. production of Man of La Mancha, Hennessey/Captain in Dames at Sea at North Coast Rep, Nathan Detroit in Guys and Dolls at Lamb’s Players Theatre, Sonny/Yammoto in City of Angels at Goodspeed Opera House, Eddie in Lost In Yonkers at The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Film credits include: The Devil’s Advocate starring Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves, After School Special starring Sarah Paulson and Wes Bentley and Two Hundred Thousand Dirty starring rap/pop artist Coolio. In addition to co-producing his own motorcycle reality show Better In The Wind, Spencer is also involved with the Antaeus Theatre Company in North Hollywood.
is pleased to return to Lamb's after playing Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls in 2012 and the pianist/MC in Pete 'n Keely in 2013. In the last year, Brent also played Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps in Los Angeles, Max Mencken in Superman in San Francisco, Sam Mason in Girl Crazy in Thousand Oaks, Mark in Pump Boys & Dinettes in Santa Cruz, and Bob Wallace (again) in White Christmas in Palos Verdes...and most importantly, he got married! Broadway-Nat'l. Tour: West Side Story (Tony), Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter, Simon the Zealot, keyboards). Off-Broadway/U.S. regional premieres: The Musical of Musicals (the Leading Man). Film/TV: Cold Case, It Is Written and Thirteen Days with Kevin Costner. Brent starred as Johnny Blue in the world premiere of South Street at the Pasadena Playhouse and played Curly McLain in Oklahoma! at the Moonlight Amphitheater and elsewhere. Other recent credits (with piano!) include Franklin Shepard in Merrily We Roll Along, Cosme in Souvenir, Brendan in Striking Twelve, and Buddy in Gunmetal Blues. For Erika, always. Matthew 7:21
is excited to join the Lamb's Players family again. Previous credits include: Hello, Dolly!(Barnaby), Cabaret(Cliff), Oklahoma!, 42nd Street (dir. Hon Engstrom); White Christmas; You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown; Anything Goes;Guys and Dolls and Homer in Cyberspace(dir. Mel Shapiro).Clay just got his Bachelor's Degree in Musical Theatre from UCLA, and trained at La Jolla Playhouse Acting Conservatory. Special thanks to his teachers, family, and friends!
Kelsey Venter was last seen at Lamb’s Players in Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown) and Trying (Sarah). Regional credits include How The Grinch Stole Christmas (Mama Who) at The Old Globe, Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Philotis) and A Christmas Carol (Martha Cratchit, Ghost of Christmas Past) with the American Conservatory Theater, RESPECT: A Musical Journey of Women at the Lyceum Theater, Timepiece (Andrea) with The Active Theater, She Loves Me (Amalia) and Boeing-Boeing (Gloria) with Center REP, The Threepenny Opera (Polly Peachum) and Seagull in the Hamptons (Nina) with Shotgun Players, and I Love You Because (Marcy) with North Coast Rep. Venter received her BA in Theatre from San Diego State University and her MFA in Acting from the American Conservatory Theater.
is a local musician of the San Diego area, and a senior at Patrick Henry High School. In addition to playing in his school’s ensembles, he has been a member of local all-star youth ensembles such as Jazz Xpress and Generation Jazz, and is currently playing lead tenor sax in the San Diego State University Jazz Ensemble. He is a 3-time member of the All-Southern California Honor band, and a 2-time member of the All-State Honor band, this year placing 1st chair in the All-State Jazz Band. In addition to these fine ensembles, Ryan plays with local band The Standards', who in May of 2011 released their debut EP "Station 37." Ryan’s biggest musical influences include John Coltrane, Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Dylan, Radiohead, and Michael Brecker. After high school, Ryan plans to major in music in college and eventually teach at a university. Ryan would like to thank his parents for their constant support for his passion for music.
Rik is in is 17th season with Lambs. Fresh off an extended run of the hit musical MIXTAPE, his other credits include: Guys and Dolls, Servant of Two Masters, Festival of Christmas, Music Man, American Christmas, Godspell, Glass Menagerie, Boomers, Hello Dolly, Secret Garden, American Rhythm, Into the Woods, South Pacific, Private Lives, 1776, Joseph, My Fair Lady. Rik has been in productions for theatres throughout Southern California including, SD Repetory Theatre, Diversionary, the Theatre in Old Town, North Coast Rep, Moonlight Amphitheatre, SD Junior Theatre and Coast Kids - over 100 shows in all. Rik has a degree in music from UCSD and currently teaches guitar and woodwinds at Giacoletti Music School in Carlsbad, CA. and is proud to be an Associate Artist with Lamb's Players.
Asst. Musical Director/Keyboards
is thrilled to be back for another wonderful Lamb's production! Taylor has been working locally as a keyboardist, musical director, arranger, and orchestrator for the past three years, and made his professional debut as a musical director for Lamb’s last summer as Asst. Musical Director for The Music Man. Just before joining the team for Guys & Dolls, Taylor spent the past four months, downtown rocking out behind the keys at Lamb’s smash hit Mixtape as the Keyboardist/Conductor. He would like to thank Kerry, Colleen and Jon for the opportunity to get to work with them on this fantastic production, his family for their constant support and God for His many blessings.
recently played drums for MIXTAPE, Godspell and the 8-month run of Boomers at the Horton Grand Theatre. His past LPT performance credits also include Guys and Dolls, The Servant of Two Masters, The Fantasticks, American Rhythm, Hello Dolly!, 1776, Godspell, My Fair Lady and South Pacific. In addition, David performs regularly with North Coast Repertory and Cygnet Theatres. David holds a Bachelor's degree in Percussion Performance from San Diego State University and teaches percussion at the San Diego Youth Symphony and Conservatory. He is currently the Percussion Coach at Westview High School in the Poway Unified School District, and also runs community drumming programs at the Oak Park Music Conservatory, and the Monarch School Project, a school for homeless youth.
an Associate artist at LPT for over 20 years, received his BA from SDSU and a MA from UCSD where he studied with renowned bassist Bertram Turetzky. Oliver toured the world 9 years with the U.S. Navy Band and has performed for U.S. Presidents Carter, Ford, Reagan and Bush as well as many foreign Presidents, dignitaries and millions of people. Bassist for the SDSU Jazz Ensemble (5 years) which was selected as the best U.S. Collegiate Big Band at the 1988 Disney World Jazz Festival and was the opening act for the Count Basie Orchestra. He played the 1990 North Sea Jazz Festival in Holland and the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland with jazz trumpet great Clark Terry as the opening act for Dizzy Gillespie. Oliver has also played with jazz musicians Louie Bellson, George Shearing, Barney Kessel, Rob McConnell, Charles McPherson and many others. He has played with many San Diego bands including the Jazz/Rock band Harvey and the 52nd Street Jive, opening for Ray Charles at the 1987 American Television Awards in New Orleans (which was televised). He was a member of the La Jolla Symphony Orchestra for 5 years with 2 years as the Principal Bassist. Favorite San Diego theater productions include the 1987 world premiere of "A Midsummer's Night Dream" composed and directed by legendary jazz drummer Max Roach, "Burning Patience", "Always, Patsy Cline", "Ain't Misbehavin'", "Are You Lonesome Tonight?", "A Christmas Carol" (2005), "The Three Penny Opera" (San Diego Rep) "Cabaret", "Honky Tonk Angels" (North Coast Rep), "Beehive", "I Do, I Do", "Evita" (Theatre in Old Town), "The Full Monty", "Bye, Bye Birdie" (San Diego Musical Theater), "Suds" (Starlight), "The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea" (Black Ensemble Theatre), "Zanna, Don't" (Ariel Performing Arts) and "Chicago" (Coronado Playhouse). Various Junior Theater Productions include "Oklahoma", "Anything Goes", "Big River", "Wonderful Town", "Little Shop of Horrors", "High School Musical", "Grease", "Seussical the Musical" and "Oliver". LPT productions include "Boomers". "Pump Boys and Dinettes", "Pippin", "Quilters", "1776", "She Loves Me", "My Fair Lady", "Into the Woods", "American Rhythm", "Hello Dolly", "South Pacific", "The Secret Garden", "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", "Private Lives", "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat:, "Godspell", "Joe Vs. the Volcano", "Guys and Dolls", "MIXTAPE" and "Festival of Christmas" (2013 "Catch a Falling Star").
Jeanne Barnes Reith
Jeanne’s creative work has achieved Theatre Critics Awards such as the Craig Noel, KPBS Patte, and Billie Awards, for Servant of Two Masters. An Ideal Husband, A Woman of No Importance, Till We Have Faces, The Boy Who Fell Into a Book, Joyful Noise, Tarantara! Tarantara!, Dr. Faustus, Little Foxes, The Winslow Boy, and Metamorphoses. In 2008 Jeanne was presented a Patte Award for her entire season including Hello, Dolly!, The Voysey Inheritance, The Hit, Boomers, The Light in the Piazza, Festival of Christmas: Angel’s Arms and An American Christmas. Her career has included designs in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Dallas, Canada, and 140 productions for Lambs Players. She currently teaches Fashion at San Diego Mesa College and West City Continuing Education. Jeanne’s creative work has achieved Theatre Critics Awards such as the Craig Noel, KPBS Patte, and Billie Awards, for Servant of Two Masters. An Ideal Husband, A Woman of No Importance, Till We Have Faces, The Boy Who Fell Into a Book, Joyful Noise, Tarantara! Tarantara!, Dr. Faustus, Little Foxes, The Winslow Boy, and Metamorphoses. In 2008 Jeanne was presented a Patte Award for her entire season including Hello, Dolly!, The Voysey Inheritance, The Hit, Boomers, The Light in the Piazza, Festival of Christmas: Angel’s Arms and An American Christmas. Her career has included designs in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Dallas, Canada, and 140 productions for Lambs Players. She currently teaches Fashion at San Diego Mesa College and West City Continuing Education.
Since 1984 Mike has designed over 150 productions at Lambs Players in addition to many shows at such companies as San Diego Rep, The Laguna Playhouse and the Old Globe/USD MFA program. Recent favorites include sets for Wit here at Lambs and sets and lights for Hairspray at Southwestern College where he teaches technical theatre, design and scriptwriting. Also a playwright, his romantic comedy The Hit had an extended run at LPT's Coronado Theatre and then the Horton Grand Theatre and his set for The Hit earned Mike his fifth Patte Award. As an actor, Mike has appeared in many shows at LPT. Favorites include The Hit, JosephŠ, Beau Jest, Johnny Pye and the Foolkiller, The Secret Garden, and My Fair Lady. He also appeared in Crazy For You at Moonlight. TV credits include Wicked, Wicked Games as well as several commercials. Mike also designs residential interiors through his business Weekend Makeover.
Patrick J. Duffy
Patrick has most recently been seen on stage in Pete N Keely. Other stage credits here include The Book of the Dun Cow, Smoke on the Mountain ‘10 & ‘04, Festival of Christmas ‘08, The Voysey Inheritance, An Ideal Husband, Cold Comfort Farm, South Pacific, and Rehearsal for Murder (which he also stage managed and sound designed). As a resident Sound Designer, his sound credits here at Lamb’s are MIXTAPE, Pump Boys & Dinettes, Godspell, Boomers, The Fantasticks, The Light in the Piazza, Joseph ‘07, American Rhythm ‘06 at the Lyceum, The Secret Garden, and Enchanted April. When not on stage or designing, he can be found building sets or as Lamb’s Audio Master. Patrick is thankful for all His blessings in his life, and wishes you the same. Thanks for coming by, enjoy!
Actor, Director, Composer, Music Supervisor. LPT Resident Artist: Amadeus, 80 Days, Voysey Inheritance, Inspector Calls, Winslow Boy, Detective Story, Hamlet, Joseph, Secret Garden, Smoke On the Mountain, Chaps, Festival of Christmas (13 and counting!). Co-creator of MixTape (book, musical arrangements). Alice (book, music, lyrics) - part of the 2005 ASCAP/Disney Musical Theater Workshop, staged at NYU in 2010, currently optioned by Universal/NBC Theatricals. Original songs/arrangements: Festival of Christmas 2007-13, Traditions of Christmas (CCT). Score/sound design: Wit, Ideal Husband, The Hit, Room Service. Composes music/lyrics for youth musicals produced nationally. LPT Musical Direction/Supervision: Mixtape, Guys & Dolls, Pete n'Keely, Joe Vs the Volcano, Fantasticks, Hometown Christmas and Festival of Christmas 2007-12. Directing: Mix It Up, Athens High (LPT), Love's Fire, Scaffolding (CSU Fullerton), Alice, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, Annie Get Your Gun, Bye Bye Birdie (CCT). Old Globe: A Room With a View, Scottsboro Boys (Music Assistant). Special Love and Gratitude to Julie, Hudson and our new daughter Macy Flynn.
has stage managed the world premiere of mixtape, in addition to An Inspector Calls; Enchanted April; Godspell; The Glass Menagerie; Room Service; Boomers (x 2); The Voysey Inheritance; The Secret Garden; An American Christmas (x 6); American Rhythm; Metamorphoses; Dial M For Murder; South Pacific; The Great Divorce; 1776; Dr. Faustus; The Glass Menagerie; Room Service; The Fantasticks; Joyful Noise; Hello, Dolly!; An Ideal Husband; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat; and Festival of Christmas. Elsewhere she has stage managed Travesties, The Importance of Being Earnest, Cabaret, Pageant, and Man of La Mancha for North Coast Repertory Theatre and six productions for Moonlight at the Avo Playhouse and Moonlight Amphitheatre. She has also stage managed for San Diego Rep, La Jolla Playhouse, the Gaslamp Quarter Theatre Company, and the Berkeley Shakespeare Festival. She holds an MFA from UCSD.
is an avid Photographer, Videographer, Painter, Sculptor and “maker of things.” Since 2008, Michael has had the honor to work with Lamb’s as a Craft Master, Scenic Designer, Scenic Artist, Properties Designer, Multimedia/Video Designer and Technician, Stage Manager and Front of House Associate for various shows and special events at LPT. Other scenic design credits include: Killer Joe - San Diego Theater Critics Circle Award (Compass), Side Man (Diversionary), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Intrepid Shakespeare Company)
wears many hats as actor, director, and playwright. Kerry is the director of LPT’s Educational Outreach. On staff at LPT since 1976, she now serves as LPT’s Associate Artistic Director. As resident playwright, her work includes Boomers, American Rhythm, Dracula, My Asparagus Is Growing Fine and LPT’s annual Festival of Christmas. Her directing credits include MIXTAPE, Guys & Dolls, Trying, An Ideal Husband, Pretty Fire, Thunder At Dawn, Private Lives, The Boys Next Door, Amadeus, Beau Jest, The Foreigner and You Can’t Take It With You. As a performer she has been seen in such productions as The Great Divorce; Quilters; Tartuffe; Godspell; She Loves Me; A Woman of No Importance; You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Till We Have Faces; Pump Boys and Dinettes; Into The Woods; Hello, Dolly!; Boomers, The Hit, Leaving Iowa, Harvey , The Music Man and See How They Run.
a graduate of Biola University, Nate is Lamb’s Director of Craft & Design. He has been designing lights for over 20 years. He is also a busy actor, photographer and musician and amateur luthier. As a performer Nate has been seen many of Lamb’s Christmas productions from the main stage to An American Christmas at the Hotel Del Coronado.
Colleen Kollar Smith
LPT: miXtape (co-creator), Guys and Dolls, Music Man, The Fantasticks, Godspell, Joseph..., Light in the Piazza, Book of the Dun Cow, American Christmas. Intrepid Shakespeare Company: Midsummer the Musical, Cygnet Theatre: Man of La Mancha, Dirty Blonde, Private Lies, Moonlight Stage Productions: Leading Ladies, Ring Round the Moon, You Never Can Tell. USD: Gone Missing. Colleen will graduate this summer with a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership and Management from the University of San Diego. Favorite roles to date: wife to the remarkable Lance Arthur, and Mom to the one and only Carmen Scotland (Scottie) and the newest addition to the Smith Family Singers - Pepper Rae.
Lamb’s is doing "GUYS & DOLLS" proud, with a lively production, expertly sung, choreographed and danced. An exceedingly fun night of theater!"
Pat Launer - KSDS, CenterStage
"GUYS & DOLLS includes 27 actors and musicians, making it one of Lamb’s Players' biggest-ever pieces. As Lamb’s launches its 2012 season, there’s a decided strength in those numbers, to say nothing of the presentation. Very good show!"
Martin Jones Westlin - Patch.com
"GUYS & DOLLS is splendid at Lamb’s Players Theatre!
Those bad-boy New York gamblers are back, stirring up trouble and creating musical and romantic havoc at Lamb’s. Based on Damon Runyon’s stories about New York, Frank Loesser’s immortal musical became the fifth longest-running show on Broadway and one of the most beloved musicals in the repertoire. Director Kerry Meads keeps the action moving nicely, but the star of this choreography-heavy show is Colleen Kollar Smith, whose does great work on this small stage, stopping the show with “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat.” GUYS & DOLLS is as close to a perfect show as exists in the musical comedy world. If you haven’t seen it, what are you waiting for? And if you have, this is the perfect time to revisit it!"
Jean Lowerison - SDGLN
"Grab your guy, or your doll (or several of each!) and get to Lamb's to see Guys & Dolls. Directed by Kerry Meads, with musical direction by Jon Lorenz and fabulous choreography by Colleen Kollar Smith, 27 very talented cast members and musicians belt out the numbers from this much-loved classic.Eileen Bowman is a delightful diva as the bride-in-waiting Adelaide. Ralph Johnson is a sweet and sensitive grandfather to the lovely Sarah, played by Kelsey Venter. Brent Schindele is a debonair Skye Masterson. Tim Roberts makes his Lamb's debut as Nicely Nicely with voice and acting chops to spare. Jeannie Reith's costumes are stellar. See this show!"
Jenni Prisk - Center Stage, Actors Alliance of San Diego
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|Prime A||Sec A||Sec B|
|Sat 4pm 8pm & Sun 2pm||$64||$50||$36|
|Thurs 7:30 & Fri 8pm||$59||$45||$31|
|Tues Wed 7:30||$54||$40||$26|
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Seniors (66 and over) $5 Off
Youth (5 thru 17) & Active Military (with ID) - Half PriceBUY TICKETS
The classic American Musical in a fresh and vibrant production
Run Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes with an Intermission
Lamb's Box Office (619) 437-6000
Tue - Sat, Noon to 7pm / Sun, Noon to 2
The Horton Grand Box Office opens at 5pm Wed - Sat, opens Sun at 2pm
Under 30? Find out about half-price tickets!
Seniors (65+) and Groups of 10+ – $5 off
For group discounts for more than 10 people please contact Susan Andrews (619) 437-6050 x126