You're probably familiar with this show, as it's a staple of high schools and community theatres. In fact, if you're considering a career in musicals, I don't see how you could miss it.
Guys and Dolls follows a straightforward formula for which Golden Age musicals are known. There's a leading couple, the comedic sidekick couple, and a handful of character actors and chorus girls. Figure out which type you are, and play it for all you're worth. However, don't feel trapped by the way you've seen these roles played before. Directors love to breathe new life into old shows like this, so be creative! Don't be afraid to stand out.
I've broken this down into category by type first, character second. If you find yourself auditioning for another musical with the same Golden Age formula, you can re-use your song.
Have a good time!
Leading Lady (Sara Brown)
1. Will He Like Me (She Loves Me)
2. In My Own Little Corner (Cinderella)
3. What's the Use of Wonderin' (Carousel)
The Female Comic Sidekick or "Soubrette" (Miss Adelaide)
1. A Cock-Eyed Optimist (South Pacific)
2. I Cain't Say No (Oklahoma)
3. A Little Brains, A Little Talent (Damn Yankees)
Leading Man (Sky Masterson)
1. Camelot (Camelot)
2. The Rain Song (110 in the Shade)
3. The Sadder-But-Wiser Girl (Music Man)
Comic Sidekick (Nathan Detroit)
1. A Little Gossip (Man of La Mancha)
2. Perspective (She Loves Me)
3. Heil Myself (The Producers)
Ensemble Women (Hot Box Girls)
1. Shuffle Off to Buffalo (42nd Street)2
2. My Heart Belongs to Daddy (Cole Porter)
3. Buddie, Beware (Anything Goes)
Ensemble Men (Gamblers: Harry the Horse, Big Jule, etc)
1. Brush Up Your Shakespeare (Kiss Me Kate)
2. Toledo Surprise (Drowsy Chaperone)
3. Ridin' on the Moon (St. Louis Woman)