Scenes from the Staples Players’ new production of “Guys and Dolls.” / Photos, Staples Players Facebook page

WESTPORT — “Guys and Dolls,” the Runyonesque musical tale of what happens when gamblers tangle with saving grace, will be staged over the next two weekends by the Staples Players.

The production marks the fifth time the classic musical — winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical in 1950 — has been presented by the Staples troupe over the years.

Performances are set for 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, Nov. 11-12 and 18-19, and at 3 p.m. Saturdays, Nov. 12 and 19, and Sunday, Nov. 13. The performances will take place at the high school, 70 North Ave.

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Original sets and choreography will showcase this new production by the Staples Players, featuring familiar songs like “Luck Be a Lady,” “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat” and “I’ve Never Been in Love Before.”

The Players double cast scheduled to perform during the “Guys and Dolls” run includes:

Henry Carson as Nathan Detroit, Jackie Peterson and Quinn Mulvey as Adelaide, Ben Herrera and James Dobin-Smith as Sky Masterson, Madelyn Spera as Sarah Brown, Sebastian Gikas as Nicely-Nicely Johnson, Jayden Saenz as Benny Southstreet, Finley Chevrier and Drew Andrade as Rusty Charlier, and Nikki Sternberg and Sophia Betit as Alma Abernathy.

Also, Cameron Mann and Max Arden as Lieut. Brannigan, Matthew Bukzin and Cooper Sadler as Harry the Horse, Charles Watson as Big Jule, Raia Badurina as General Cartwright, Ian Patton as Drunk, Ayla Nahmias and Mel Stanger as Agatha, Will McCrea as Joey Biltmore, and Imogen Medoff and Peyton Lampugnale as Flossier Biltmore.

And, Ellen Grace Worraker and Ian Patton as Havana dance soloists, Samantha Edwards and Kaya Arava as Mimi a Hot Box dancer, Ellie Cohen and Quincy Carson as a Hot Box waitress, and Nea Hochmann as Miss Mizoo, the Hot Box Club owner and master of ceremonies.

The show is co-directed by David Roth and Kerry Long, longtime supervisors of Staples Players’ productions.

Staples Players / Guys and Dolls
A scene from the Staples Players’ new production of “Guys and Dolls.” / Photo, Staples Players Facebook page