The popular Broadway classic features a score by Frank Loesser with book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows. Michael Hamilton directs the production with choreography by Dana Lewis and musical direction by Lisa Campbell Albert. Performances run through Oct. 4.
Heading the cast are Edward Watts (Seven Brides for Seven Brothers) as Sky Masterson, David Foley, Jr. (The Wild Party) as Nathan Detroit, Kate Fisher (Little Women) as Sarah Brown and Julie Cardia (A Wonderful Life) as Miss Adelaide.
Principal casting also includes Edward Juvier (Les Miserables) as Nicely-Nicely Johnson, John Flack (Camelot) as Arvide Abernathy, Jason Cannon (St. Joan) as Lt. Brannigan, Paul Pagano as Harry The Horse, Steve Isom as Benny Southstreet, Herschel Sparber as Big Jule and Zoe Vonder Haar as General Matilda B. Cartwright.
The ensemble comprises Ben Nordstrom, Ellen Isom, Andrew Lebon, Nathan Garland, Michael Baxter, Michael Ramey, Mathias Anderson, Lois Enders, Andrew Kruep, Stephanie Caplin, Becca Kloha, Sarah Nischwitz and Tara Sweeney.
The creative team includes scenic designer Mark Halpin, costume designer Lou Bird, lighting designer Matthew McCarthy and orchestral designer Stuart M. Elmore. For tickets phone (314) 821-2407 or visit StagesStLouis. Performances take place at the Kirkwood Civic Center, located at 111 South Geyer Road, in St. Louis.