Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre; directed and choreographed by Ron Morgan.
Guys and Dolls is the quintessential 1950s musical, which is apt since it was the 1950 Tony winner for Best Musical. It features lots of dancing and goofy characters and songs — and, of course, it is dated in its declaration that women develop psychosomatic symptoms if not eventually married. B&B’s rendition of the show is fine, with leads Tony Lawson as Sky Masterson and Krista Severeid as Sarah Brown doing solid work. (Interestingly, they also played opposite each other in B&B’s Phantom.) Eddie Curry as Nathan Detroit is slapstick funny and Ali Martin as Adelaide is ’50s-chick dingy. Overall, pretty much what you would expect from B&B for a musical like this. Through May 13; 317-872-9664.