Anything Goes With Morrow, Adler, Walling and Teeter at St. Louis' Muny Aug. 2-8

News   Anything Goes With Morrow, Adler, Walling and Teeter at St. Louis' Muny Aug. 2-8
 
St. Louis' summer theatre, the Muny, next produces Anything Goes, running Aug. 2-8. Karen Morrow, Bruce Adler, Jessica Walling and Lara Teeter are featured in this revival of the Cole Porter tuner.

St. Louis' summer theatre, the Muny, next produces Anything Goes, running Aug. 2-8. Karen Morrow, Bruce Adler, Jessica Walling and Lara Teeter are featured in this revival of the Cole Porter tuner.

Morrow stars as Reno Sweeney. The recipient of an Emmy Award, a Theatre World Award and four Drama Logue Awards, Morrow played on Broadway in I Had a Ball, The Selling of the President, The Grass Harp and the Tony Award-winning The Mystery of Edwin Drood.

Adler is Moonface Martin. Adler was Tony and Drama Desk nominated for the role of Bela Zangler in Crazy For You, a role he reprised in the summer of '99 for New Jersey's Paper Mill Playhouse. Other credits include Those Were the Days, Rumors, Sunday in the Park With George and Oklahoma!.

Walling, playing Hope Harcourt, most recently appeared on Broadway as Miep Gies in the 1997 revival of The Diary of Anne Frank. She is making her Muny debut. A Muny regular, Teeter performed in this summer's The Muny Goes British. He is best known for playing the Scarecrow in Madison Square Garden's production of The Wizard of Oz and for his Tony-nominated turn in On Your Toes. Teeter portrays Billy Crocker.

Anything Goes , a comedy that throws together an ex-evangelist nightclub singer, her tap-dancing Angels and Moonface Martin, Public Enemy #13, was last produced at the Muny in 1982. Porter classics in the score include "Anything Goes," "I Get a Kick Out of You," "You're the Top" and "It's Delovely." Tickets are $33-$7 and available by calling (314) 534-1111. The Muny is located on the web at http://www.muny.com.

--By Christine Ehren

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