Watch ‘(Ya Got) Trouble’ From Mary Zimmerman's The Music Man at the Goodman

Video   Watch ‘(Ya Got) Trouble’ From Mary Zimmerman's The Music Man at the Goodman
 
The Meredith Willson musical continues at the Chicago venue through August 18.

Geoff Packard leads the cast as charismatic con man Harold Hill in the Goodman Theatre's current production of The Music Man, which continues in Chicago through August 18. Monica West co-stars as Marian Paroo, the local librarian who knows of Harold’s deceit.

Watch Packard and the company perform “(Ya Got) Trouble” on Windy City Live! in the video above.

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Joining Packard and West in the Mary Zimmerman-directed production are Sophie Ackerman (Amaryllis Squires), Jonathan Butler-Duplessis (Marcellus Washburn), Lillian Castillo (Ethel Toffelmier), Matt Crowle (Charlie Cowell), Danielle Davis (Mrs. Squires), Mary Ernster (Mrs. Paroo), Kelly Felthous (Zaneeta Shinn), Carter Graf (Winthrop Paroo), Nicole Michelle Haskins (Alma Hix), Jeremy Peter Johnson (Oliver Hix), Christopher Kale Jones (Jacey Squires), Heidi Kettenring (Eulalie Mackecknie Shinn), James Konicek (Olin Britt), Milla Liss (Gracie Shinn), Ron E. Rains (Mayor Shinn), Tommy Rivera-Vega (Tommy Djilas), Jonathan Schwart (Ewart Dunlop), Bri Sudia (Maud Dunlop), and George Andrew Wolff (Constable Locke).

Ensemble members include Cooper Carlisle, Matt Casey, Alejandro Fonseca, Anya Haverfield, Sammy Menapace, Zach Porter, Laura Savage, Adrienne Storrs, and Ayana Strutz.

The production also features choreography by Denis Jones, sets by Dan Ostling, costumes by Ana Kuzmanic, lighting by T.J. Gerckens, and sound design by Ray Nardelli.

The Meredith Willson musical is also set to be revived on Broadway in a production directed by Jerry Zaks and headlined by Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster.

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