The Frances Hodgson Burnett classic was adapted for the stage by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning book writer/lyricist Marsha Norman and composer Lucy Simon. Michael Hamilton directs the production that runs through Aug. 21.
Lockyer (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables) plays Archibald Craven, with Holds (Spamalot, Dracula) as Neville Craven, McCormick (The Extraordinary Ordinary) as Lily and young actress Kinney as Mary Lennox.
The cast also features Joseph Medeiros (West Side Story) as Dickon, Julie Cardia as Martha, Jon Olsen as Colin, Edward Juvier (Les Miserables) as Fakir, Elizabeth Gray as Ayah, Leah Berry as Rose, Matthew Charles Thompson as Captain Albert Lennox, Larry Mabrey as Lieutenant Peter Wright, Christopher Deprophetis as Lieutenant Ian Shawk, John Flack as Major Holmes, Lori Barrett-Pagano as Claire, Laura Ernst as Alice, Zoe Vonder Haar as Mrs. Medlock, Joe Vincent as Ben, Jon Olsen as Colin, Kari Ely as Nurse and Mrs. Winthrop, Sean Patrick Quinn as Thomas, Taylor Pietz as Jane, Leigh Wakeford as William, Ellen Isom as Susan and Leeds Hill as Timothy.
The Secret Garden has choreography by Dana Lewis, musical direction by Lisa Campbell-Albert, scenic design by James Wolk, costume design by Dorothy Marshall Englis, lighting design by Matthew McCarthy and orchestral design by Stuart M. Elmore.
For tickets phone (314) 821-2407 or StagesStLouis. Performances take place at The Robert G. Reim Theatre in Kirkwood, MO.