Hey guys - I've signed on to play guitar for a local production of Hairspray. The MD is a pro, and it's produced by an experienced local production company, but it's a fundraiser for children's theatre and none of the talent are pros (though some are apparently quite good). Band will be just drums, bass, guitar, keys, and one horn, and we'll be right on stage (not in a pit). Although I've played in many larger ensembles on my first instrument (saxophone), I've never done a broadway-style show, and my reading skills on guitar are not great - I can read the score/parts, but translating that to voicings, etc. takes me some time, especially on the jazzier numbers - though on the simpler rockandroll tunes I can sight-read it reasonably well. Any suggestions/insights on what to expect in playing a broadway-style show, or how to approach this type of show as a guitarist? Especially given that we're covering with 5 players what was orchestrated for a much larger ensemble (that including 2 guitars)?? Would you prepare differently compared to a band/rock gig? Thanks!