Sanders’ Conservative Conscience
Right-leaning Arkansas News Bureau writer David Sanders weighs in today with a column explaining his political path to becoming the upstanding young conservative gent that he is today.
Next up: Sanders explains why he dresses like a cast member from “Guys and Dolls.”
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I’ve always thought Mr. Sanders was the skinnier version of Oliver Platt. Maybe you’re on to something Mr. Kincade – I, for one, like the pin stripes.
Oliver Platt to play Nathan Detroit
‘Guys & Dolls’ casts lead for new revival
Oct 9, 2008, 01:37 PM ET
NEW YORK — Broadway has found its Nathan Detroit for the upcoming revival of “Guys and Dolls” — Oliver Platt.
Platt will portray the unapologetic gambler in the classic Frank Loesser musical that will open March 1 at the Nederlander Theatre, producer Howard Panter announced Wednesday. The production will begin preview performances Feb. 3 at the renovated Nederlander, for more than a decade the home of “Rent.”
No word yet on who will play the show’s three other lead characters — Sky Masterson, Sarah Brown and Miss Adelaide. The show’s last Broadway revival of the musical, in 1992, featured a cast that included Nathan Lane and Faith Prince.
Platt made his Broadway debut in 2006 in Conor McPherson’s “Shining City,” for which he received a best-actor Tony nomination. He has appeared in such TV series as “Huff” and “The West Wing,” and will be seen in the film version of “Frost/Nixon.”
“Guys and Dolls” will be directed by Des McAnuff and feature choreography by Sergio Trujillo.
McAnuff, artistic director of Canada’s Stratford Shakespeare Festival, worked with Trujillo on the current Broadway success, “Jersey Boys.”
“Guys and Dolls,” which has a score by Loesser and a book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows, originally opened on Broadway in 1950.