The Kenai Performers’ rendition of “Guys and Dolls” opens Friday at the Renee C. Henderson Auditorium at Kenai Central High School, giving theater lovers a look into the 1950s world of New York City gamblers and gangsters. Complete with orchestra and full choreography, the show is a classic big production that the Kenai Performers last put on in 1983, said Terri Burdick, the assistant director for the production.
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