Songs by Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane, Book by Hugh Wheeler

Choreography by Gemze De Lappe, Musical Direction by Thom Helm, Set Design by Steven Gilliam, Costume Design by Robert Fletcher, Lighting Design by Martin Aronstein, Sound Design by Christopher Anderson, Production Stage Manager Gary Mickelson, Executive Producer, Paul Blake

(Reviews Below Slideshow)

Director, Michael Unger, amid 12,000 Empty Seats
12,000 Full Seats!
The Family: Jack Frieman (Grandpa), Natalie Ann Bram (Tootie), Erin Dowling (Agnes), Emily Loesser (Esther), Kim Lindsay (Rose), Don Stephenson (Lon), Georgia Engel (Katie), Jo Sullivan Loesser (Mrs. Smith).
Erin Downling (Agnes), Natalie Ann Bram (Tootie) and Emily Loesser (Esther).
The cast in "Skip to my Loo"
The Cast
Georgia Engel (Katie)
Fireworks Finale
Georgia Engel and Director, Michael Unger
Choreographer, Gemze De Lappe and Director, Michael Unger
Michael Unger directing Natalie Ann Bram (Tootie) and Erin Dowling (Agnes)
Michael Unger directing Natalie Ann Bram (Tootie)
Michael Unger directing Natalie Ann Bram (Tootie)
Michael Unger on the set - Designed by Steven Gilliam
Musical Director, Thom Helm, conducting the orchestra
Director, Michael Unger, driving the trolley.
Final Staging Rehearsal.
Rehearsal in 100 degrees!
Lounging with the Loessers: Jo Sullivan-Loesser, Emily Loesser and Don Stephenson.
Lobby Board
Rehearsal (L. to R.): Georgia Engel, Jo Sullivan Loesser, John Frieman, Erin Dowling, Natalie Ann Bram, Don Stephenson, Emily Loesser and Kim Lindsay
Director, Michael Unger

“The dances fill the stage, the trolley number is fully realized and the finale goes all-out for a spectacular period look. …director Michael Unger draws many good performances from a cast of MUNY favorites.” – St. Louis Post-Dispatch

“As the director, Michael Unger elicits the best efforts from the strong cast, as well as the Muny stage and production staff as a whole… I highly recommend this production of Meet Me In St. Louis.” – KDHX Radio

“An ideal night of St. Louis memories and a totally wonderful show for the entire family.” – KMOX Radio