ABOVE: Jack Berry, Tanner Carlson, Jessica Burk, Amad Nofal, Shawn Knepper, and Sarrah Sultz perform a musical number during the rehearsal Wednesday night. The show will open Friday, April 13th, at 7:30 pm. (Cale Eirich/Staff photographer)

By Cale Eirich

Staff reporter

Guys and Dolls presents a musical comedy opening Friday at 7:30 pm. Love between a man running from marriage and a woman desperate to be his wife, a gangster falling for his complete opposite, wrapped up with wacky and zany antics in the hustle and bustle of 1950’s New York City. The show will be running at 7:30 Friday and Saturday night, with a final showing at 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Tanner Schartz, sophomore, eagerly awaits the start of the rehearsal. The show opens Friday at 7:30 p.m.
Sarrah Sultz, Shawn Knepper, and Amad Nofal practice their lines before the rehearsal. The musical will have highlight gangsters, gamblers, and the salvation army.
Ondreaya Seahorn, Hannah Breshears, and Skyler Markley begin the rehearsal. Breshears and Markley play bobby soxers zealously chasing after famous characters.
Jack Berry, sophomore, waits for the music to begin. Berry plays a pickpocket in the 50's.
Benjamin Eckhoff begs for money as a blind man while Scarlett Green and Ryan Pangracs pass by.
Avery Hogan walks through busy New York city and bumps into Arthur Anderson playing a boxer.
Tanner Carlson's drunken character watches on as Kaela Massey stands on her soap box to sing to sinners passing by.
Avery Hogan, Matthew Porter, and Ryan Pangracs discuss winning horses and gambling with each other.