The Muny Repertory


The Muny Repertory

The Muny, or the Municipal Opera Association of St. Louis, Missouri, in the United States, is a not-for-profit municipally-owned outdoor theatre, the largest in the United States. It operates solely in the summer, and its first official season ran from June to August 1919. In the beginning, it presented the latest operas of the time, calling on local performers and national celebrities alike to perform for a short run of a one to, on occasion, three week run. More recently, however, the Muny has shifted to presenting musicals, some old, some new, and some of the Muny's own creation.

Here follows a list of the many shows that the Muny has presented in its summer seasons, with known dates included. The Muny completed running its ninetieth season (for the summer of 2008).

Interesting patterns in the repertory include that the 1919 season was the only one to hold all new productions (being the first season). The 1946, 1993, and 1996 seasons, in contrast, have been the only ones to feature no new shows.

1910s

1919 (Season 1)

* Robin Hood (June 16-22) (first production at The Muny; featuring Henry Kiel as King Richard)
* The Bohemian Girl (June 23-29) (first production at The Muny)
* El Capitan (June 30-July 6) (first production at The Muny)
* The Mikado (July 7- 13) (first production at The Muny)
* Wizard of the Nile (July 14-20) (first production at The Muny)
* Chimes of Normandy (July 21-27) (first production at The Muny)

1920s

1920 (Season 2)

* The Firefly (first production at The Muny)
* Robin Hood
* Waltz Dream (first production at The Muny)
* The Mikado
* Mascot (first production at The Muny)
* The Gondoliers (first production at The Muny)
* Babes in Toyland (first production at The Muny)
* Katinka (first production at The Muny)

1921 (Season 3)

* The Chocolate Soldier (first production at The Muny)
* Fra Diavolo (first production at The Muny)
* The Fortune Teller (operetta)|The Fortune Teller (first production at The Muny)
* San Toy (first production at The Muny)
* The Beggar Soldier (first production at The Muny)
* The Pirates of Penzance (first production at The Muny)
* Chimes of Normandy
* Sari (first production at The Muny)

1922 (Season 4)

* Highway Man (first production at The Muny)
* Sweethearts (first production at The Muny)
* Sari
* The Yeoman of the Guard (first production at The Muny)
* The Geisha (first production at The Muny)
* Spring Maid (first production at The Muny)
* The Queen's Lace Handkerchief (first production at The Muny)
* Miss Springtime (first production at The Muny)

1923 (Season 5)

* Naughty Marietta (first production at The Muny)
* Wang (first production at The Muny)
* The Fencing Master (first production at The Muny)
* Prince of Pilsen (first production at The Muny)
* Die Fledermaus (first production at The Muny)
* Sweethearts
* The Gypsy Baron (first production at The Muny)
* The Merry Widow (first production at The Muny)
* Gypsy Love (first production at The Muny)
* Spring Maid

1924 (Season 6)

* Princess Chic (first production at The Muny)
* The Firefly
* Florodora (first production at The Muny)
* Chinese Honeymoon (first production at The Muny)
* The Bohemian Girl
* Prince of Pilsen
* The Fortune Teller
* Lilac Domino (first production at The Muny)
* Naughty Marietta
* The Beggar Princess (first production at The Muny)

1925 (Season 7)

* A Night in Venice (first production at The Muny)
* Mlle. Modiste (first production at The Muny)
* Ruddigore (first production at The Muny)
* Her Regiment (first production at The Muny)
* Rob Roy (first production at The Muny)
* Dolly Varden (first production at The Muny)
* Lady in Ermine (first production at The Muny)
* Cavalleria Rusticana (first production at The Muny)
* H.M.S. Pinafore (first production at The Muny)
* The Count of Luxembourg (first production at The Muny)
* Martha (first production at The Muny)
* Naughty Marietta
* The Merry Widow

1926 (Season 8)

* Eileen (first production at The Muny)
* The Red Mill (first production at The Muny)
* The Chocolate Soldier
* Spring Maid
* The Pink Lady (first production at The Muny)
* Il Trovatore (first production at The Muny)
* Sweethearts
* Iolanthe (first production at The Muny)
* The Count of Luxembourg
* Woodland (first production at The Muny)
* Fra Diavolo
* Babes in Toyland

1927 (Season 9)

* Robin Hood
* The Princess Pat (first production at The Muny)
* Sari
* Song of the Flame (first production at The Muny)
* The Red Mill
* Rose Marie (first production at The Muny)
* The Mikado
* The Dollar Princess (first production at The Muny)
* Katinka
* The Serenade (first production at The Muny)
* Gypsy Love
* The Tales of Hoffman (first production at The Muny)

1928 (Season 10)

* Princess Flavia (first production at The Muny)
* The Merry Widow
* The Vagabond King (first production at The Muny)
* No, No, Nanette (first production at The Muny)
* Rose Marie
* The Student Prince (first production at The Muny)
* Lady in Ermine
* Song of the Flame
* Love Song (first production at The Muny)
* Mary (first production at The Muny)
* Aida (first production at The Muny)

1929 (Season 11)

* Love Call (first production at The Muny)
* The Student Prince
* Wildflower (first production at The Muny)
* Castles in the Air (first production at The Muny)
* The Chocolate Soldier
* The Bohemian Girl (first production at The Muny)
* Rose Marie
* Prince of Pilsen
* The Enchantress (first production at The Muny)
* The Vagabond King
* Babes in Toyland
* Golden Dawn (first production at The Muny)

1930s

1930 (Season 12)

* Nina Rosa (first production at The Muny)
* The Circus Princess (first production at The Muny)
* The Desert Song (first production at The Muny)
* The New Moon (first production at The Muny)
* Blossom Time (first production at The Muny)
* Alone at Last (first production at The Muny)
* The Red Robe (first production at The Muny)
* Maytime (first production at The Muny)
* Madame Pompadour (first production at The Muny)
* The Student Prince
* Show Boat (first production at The Muny; starring W.C. Fields as Cap'n Andy)

1931 (Season 13)

* Little Girls (first production at The Muny)
* The Street Singer (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant, though under his real name Archie Leach)
* Music in May (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant)
* Nina Rosa (starring Cary Grant)
* Rose Marie
* Countess Maritza (first production at The Muny)
* The Three Musketeers (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant)
* A Wonderful Night (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant)
* Irene (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant)
* Circus Princess
* Rio Rita (first production at The Muny; starring Cary Grant)

1932 (Season 14)

* The New Moon
* Riviera Girl (first production at The Muny)
* The Last Waltz (first production at The Muny)
* Blossom Time
* The Desert Song
* Rose of Stamboul (first production at The Muny)
* Honeymooners (first production at The Muny)
* Blue Paradise (first production at The Muny)
* Sari
* The Land of Smiles (first production at The Muny)
* Love Call
* Cyrano de Bergerac (first production at The Muny)

1933 (Season 15)

* Bitter Sweet (first production at The Muny)
* Florodora
* White Lilacs (first production at The Muny)
* Rip Van Winkle (first production at The Muny)
* The Student Prince
* The Nightingale (first production at The Muny)
* Naughty Marietta
* My Maryland (first production at The Muny)
* Beau Brummell (first production at The Muny)
* Cat and the Fiddle (first production at The Muny)
* The Desert Song

1934 (Season 16)

* Sweet Adeline (first production at The Muny)
* Cyrano de Bergerac
* The Last Waltz
* East Wind (first production at The Muny)
* Mlle. Modiste
* Music in the Air (first production at The Muny)
* Rose of Algeria (first production at The Muny)
* Sally (first production at The Muny)
* The New Moon
* Show Boat

1935 (Season 17)

* Teresina (first production at The Muny)
* Rio Rita
* Madame Sherry (first production at The Muny)
* The Chocolate Soldier
* Good News (first production at The Muny)
* Vagabond King
* Sunny (first production at The Muny)
* Beloved Rogue (first production at The Muny)
* Cat and the Fiddle
* The Desert Song
* Roberta (first production at The Muny)
* Whoopee! (first production at The Muny)

1936 (Season 18)

* Kid Boots (first production at The Muny)
* The Three Musketeers
* No, No, Nanette
* Sons o' Guns (first production at The Muny)
* The Bohemian Girl
* Oh, Boy! (first production at The Muny)
* The Merry Widow
* The New Moon
* A Connecticut Yankee (first production at The Muny)
* Bitter Sweet
* The Red Mill
* Glamorous Night (first production at The Muny)

1937 (Season 19)

* The Great Waltz (first production at The Muny)
* The Fortune Teller
* Music in the Air
* Louis the XIV (first production at The Muny)
* The Mikado
* Salute to Spring (first production at The Muny)
* Prince of Pilsen
* The Bartered Bride (first production at The Muny)
* The Pink Lady
* Robin Hood
* Babes in Toyland
* Wild Violets (first production at The Muny)

1938 (Season 20)

* Gentlemen Unafraid (first production at The Muny; starring Red Skelton)
* Of Thee I Sing (first production at The Muny)
* White Horse Inn (first production at The Muny)
* Roberta
* Virginia (first production at The Muny)
* The Lost Waltz (first production at The Muny)
* Chimes of Normandy
* Rosalie (first production at The Muny)
* Knights of Song (first production at The Muny)
* The Gingerbread Man (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat

1939 (Season 21)

* Rose Marie
* Queen High (first production at The Muny)
* The Lost Waltz
* Katinka (first production at The Muny)
* Waltz Dream
* On Your Toes (first production at The Muny)
* The Firefly
* The Bartered Bride
* Mary
* Babette (first production at The Muny)
* Song of the Flame

1940s

1940 (Season 22)

* The American Way (first production at The Muny)
* Naughty Marietta
* Apple Blossoms (first production at The Muny)
* Rio Rita
* The Chocolate Soldier
* Good News
* Knickerbocker Holiday (first production at The Muny)
* Anything Goes (first production at The Muny)
* East Wind
* Rosalie
* Babes in Arms (first production at The Muny)
* The Great Waltz

1941 (Season 23)

* New Orleans (first production at The Muny)
* Sweethearts
* Too Many Girls (first production at The Muny)
* The Firefly
* The Three Musketeers
* Irene
* Nina Rosa
* The Merry Widow
* Bitter Sweet
* The Desert Song
* The Red Mill
* Balalaika (first production at The Muny)

1942 (Season 24)

* Glamorous Night (first production at The Muny)
* Sally
* Song of the Flame
* Hit the Deck (first production at The Muny)
* No, No, Nanette
* The New Moon
* Girl Crazy (first production at The Muny)
* Wildflower
* Roberta
* The Wizard of Oz (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat

1943 (Season 25)

* Balalaika
* Sunny (musical)
* Rose Marie
* Sons o' Guns
* The Chocolate Soldier
* The Great Waltz
* Rosalie
* The Desert Song
* Babes in Toyland
* The Merry Widow
* Chu Chin Chow (first production at The Muny)

1944 (Season 26)

* Open Road (first production at The Muny)
* Good News
* The Vagabond King
* Eileen (musical)
* Hit the Deck
* Naughty Marietta
* Music in the Air
* Maytime
* Irene
* The Bohemian Girl
* The Red Mill
* Rio Rita

1945 (Season 27)

* Jubilee (first production at The Muny)
* O'Brien Girl (first production at The Muny)
* The Fortune Teller
* The New Moon
* Cat and the Fiddle
* Madam Pompadour
* The Firefly
* The Pink Lady
* The Three Musketeers
* Bitter Sweet
* Sari
* Roberta

1946 (Season 28)

* The Desert Song
* Mary
* Gypsy Love
* Rosalie
* The Merry Widow
* The Lost Waltz
* East Wind
* Prince of Pilsen
* Robin Hood
* The Wizard of Oz
* The Great Waltz

1947 (Season 29)

* The Dancing Years (first production at The Muny; featuring Marge Champion)
* Nina Rosa
* No, No, Nanette
* Rose Marie
* Apple Blossoms
* Die Fledermaus
* Sally
* Chimes of Normandy
* Naughty Marietta
* Babes in Toyland
* Show Boat

1948 (Season 30)

* Auld Lange Syne (first production at The Muny)
* Venus in Silk (first production at The Muny)
* Rio Rita
* Hit the Deck
* The Three Musketeers
* White Eagle (first production at The Muny)
* Jubilee
* A Connecticut Yankee
* Sunny (musical)
* Sari
* Up in Central Park (first production at The Muny)

1949 (Season 31)

* New Moon
* Bloomer Girl (first production at The Muny)
* The Fortune Teller
* The Firefly
* The Chocolate Soldier
* Bitter Sweet
* Irene
* The Vagabond King
* Roberta
* The Red Mill
* Song of Norway (first production at The Muny)

1950s

1950 (Season 32)

* Brigadoon (first production at The Muny)
* Rosalie
* East Wind
* Of Thee I Sing
* Robin Hood
* Lady in the Dark (first production at The Muny)
* The Desert Song
* The Pink Lady
* Whoopee!
* Rodgers and Hammerstein Music Festival (original production)
* Carousel (first production at The Muny)

1951 (Season 33)

* Nina Rosa
* High Button Shoes (first production at The Muny)
* Magic in the Air (first production at The Muny)
* Miss Liberty (first production at The Muny)
* Die Fledermaus
* Girl Crazy
* Rodgers and Hammerstein Music Festival
* The Bohemian Girl
* The Merry Widow
* The Wizard of Oz
* The Great Waltz

1952 (Season 34)

* Show Boat
* Sally
* Cat and the Fiddle
* Rose Marie
* The Student Prince
* The Bartered Bride
* Countess Maritza
* Mlle. Modiste
* Naughty Marietta
* Babes in Toyland
* Annie Get Your Gun (first production at The Muny)

1953 (Season 35)

* Up in Central Park
* Bloomer Girl
* Cyrano de Bergerac
* Rio Rita
* Blossom Time
* Rip Van Winkle
* No, No, Nanette
* Carmen (first production at The Muny)
* One Touch of Venus (first production at The Muny)
* Bitter Sweet
* Kiss Me, Kate (first production at The Muny)

1954 (Season 36)

* Call Me Madam (first production at The Muny)
* The New Moon
* Song of Norway
* Roberta
* The Mikado
* Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (first production at The Muny)
* The Three Musketeers
* Panama Hattie (first production at The Muny)
* Where's Charley? (first production at The Muny)
* The Red Mill
* Oklahoma! (first production at The Muny)

1955 (Season 37)

* The Merry Widow
* Brigadoon
* Wonderful Town (first production at The Muny)
* The Vagabond King
* Guys and Dolls (first production at The Muny)
* The Desert Song
* Rodgers and Hammerstein in Concert (special concert production at The Muny)
* Carousel
* Allegro (first production at The Muny)
* The King and I (first production at The Muny)
* South Pacific (first production at The Muny)

1956 (Season 38)

* Annie Get Your Gun
* Paint Your Wagon (first production at The Muny)
* The Student Prince
* Hit the Deck
* The Great Waltz
* The Chocolate Soldier
* Wish You Were Here (first production at The Muny)
* Kiss Me, Kate
* An Evening of Great Music (original production)
* Peter Pan (first production at The Muny)
* Kismet (first production at The Muny)

1957 (Season 39)

* South Pacific
* Plain and Fancy (first production at The Muny)
* Damn Yankees (first production at The Muny)
* The New Moon
* Guys and Dolls
* Irene
* Naughty Marietta
* Can- Can (first production at The Muny)
* An Evening of Great Music
* The Wizard of Oz (featuring Margaret Hamilton as the Wicked Witch)
* The Pajama Game (first production at The Muny)

1958 (Season 40)

* Show Boat
* Roberta (featuring Bob Hope)
* Silk Stockings (first production at The Muny)
* Rose Marie
* Lady in the Dark
* On the Town (first production at The Muny)
* Rosalinda (first production at The Muny)
* Happy Hunting (first production at The Muny)
* Finian's Rainbow (first production at The Muny)
* Hansel and Gretel/ Nutcracker Suite (Act II) (first production at The Muny)
* Oklahoma!

1959 (Season 41)

* The King and I
* Song of Norway
* Oh, Captain! (first production at The Muny)
* Rio Rita
* Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
* Fanny (first production at The Muny)
* Li'l Abner (first production at The Muny)
* Carmen
* Call Me Madam
* Babes in Toyland
* Bells are Ringing (first production at The Muny)

1960s

1960 (Season 42)

* Meet Me in St. Louis (original stage production; world premiere)
* Kismet
* Anything Goes
* The Desert Song
* The Student Prince
* Tom Sawyer (first production at The Muny)
* Rosalie
* Madame Butterfly
* Knights of Song
* The Red Mill
* Redhead (first production at The Muny)

1961 (Season 43)

* Calamity Jane (first production at The Muny)
* Take Me Along (first production at The Muny)
* The Great Waltz
* Kiss Me, Kate
* Destry Rides Again (first production at The Muny)
* Robin Hood
* Wish You Were Here
* Can-Can
* Cinderella (first production at The Muny)
* Flower Drum Song (first production at The Muny)

1962 (Season 44)

* Around the World in 80 Days (original stage production; world premiere)
* Molly Darling (first production at The Muny)
* The Pajama Game
* Mexican Holidays (first production at The Muny)
* Bye Bye Birdie (first production at The Muny)
* Annie Get Your Gun
* Blossom Time
* Oklahoma!
* The Wizard of Oz
* The Music Man (first production at The Muny)

1963 (Season 45)

* Carnival! (first production at The Muny)
* I Dream of Jeannie (first production at The Muny)
* Li'l Abner
* Brigadoon
* The Unsinkable Molly Brown (first production at The Muny)
* Babes in Toyland
* The King and I
* (first production at The Muny)
* South Pacific
* West Side Story (first production at The Muny)

1964 (Season 46)

* My Fair Lady (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat
* Mr. President (first production at The Muny)
* Carousel
* Tom Sawyer
* Milk and Honey (first production at The Muny)
* Damn Yankees
* The Boys from Syracuse (first production at The Muny)
* Porgy and Bess (first production at The Muny)
* The Sound of Music (first production at The Muny)

1965 (Season 47)

* Meet Me in St. Louis
* Guys and Dolls
* Here's Love (first production at The Muny)
* 110 in the Shade (first production at The Muny)
* Little Me (first production at The Muny)
* Cinderella
* The Student Prince
* High Button Shoes
* Flower Drum Song
* Camelot (first production at The Muny)

1966 (Season 48)

* The Music Man (featuring Eddie Albert as Harold Hill)
* Good News
* Kiss Me, Kate
* The Desert Song
* Can-Can
* Bye Bye Birdie
* Oklahoma!
* Bells Are Ringing
* Hansel and Gretel/ Nutcracker Suite (Act II)
* How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying (first production at The Muny)

1967 (Season 49)

* West Side Story
* Wish You Were Here
* Do I Hear a Waltz? (first production at The Muny)
* Superman (first production at The Muny)
* Funny Girl (first production at The Muny)
* Royal Ballet (first production at The Muny)
* On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (first production at The Muny)
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* The King and I

1968 (Season 50)

* My Fair Lady (featuring Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.)
* The Pajama Game
* Annie Get Your Gun
* The Merry Widow
* Brigadoon
* Carousel
* Call Me Madam (featuring Ethel Merman as Sally Adams)
* Hello, Dolly! (first production at The Muny)
* Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Bass (special concert production)
* The Wizard of Oz
* The Sound of Music (featuring Florence Henderson as Maria)

1969 (Season 51)

* State Fair (first production at The Muny)
* Kismet
* Camelot
* The Most Happy Fella (first production at The Muny)
* Mame (first production at The Muny; featuring Brad Holiday)
* Royal Ballet
* Damn Yankees (directed by Ray Walston)
* Guys and Dolls
* South Pacific (directed by Ray Walston)
* Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (first production at The Muny)

1970s

1970 (Season 52)

* The Red Skelton Show (special concert production)
* An Evening with Burt Bacharach (special concert production)
* The Engelbert Humperdinck Show (special concert production)
* Promises, Promises (first production at The Muny)
* Oliver! (first production at The Muny)
* Man of La Mancha (first production at The Muny)
* Oklahoma!
* How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying
* George M! (first production at The Muny)
* Fiddler on the Roof (first production at The Muny)
* Moiseyev Dance Company (special concert production)

1971 (Season 53)

* Stuttgart Ballet (special concert production)
* Hello, Dolly!
* Applause (first production at The Muny)
* The Glen Campbell Show (special concert production)
* Diahann Carroll Show (special concert production)
* Jim Nabors Show (special concert production)
* Jimmy Durante Show (special concert production)
* Sweet Charity (first production at The Muny)
* The Music Man
* Two by Two (first production at The Muny)
* The Unsinkable Molly Brown
* Cabaret (first production at The Muny; featuring Joel Grey as the Emcee)
* The King and I
* This is Show Business (first production at The Muny)

1972 (Season 54)

* Follies (first production at The Muny)
* The Carpenters Show (special concert production)
* Big Show of 1936 (first production at The Muny)
* Dinah Shore Show (special concert production)
* Pearl Bailey Show (special concert production)
* Sonny and Cher (special concert production)
* Jim Nabors Show
* Ukrainian Dance Co. (special concert production)
* 1776 (first production at The Muny)
* Liza Minnelli Show (special concert production)
* Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
* Anything Goes
* The Student Prince

1973 (Season 55)

* The Carroll O'Connor Show (special concert production)
* No, No, Nanette
* South Pacific
* Fiddler on the Roof
* Seesaw (first production at The Muny)
* Lorelei (first production at The Muny)
* Irene
* Bolshoi Ballet (special concert production)
* Two Gentlemen of Verona (first production at The Muny)
* Gigi (first production at The Muny)

1974 (Season 56)

* Take Me Along
* Over Here (first production at The Muny)
* I Do! I Do! (first production at The Muny)
* Man of La Mancha
* (pre-Broadway tour featuring Angela Lansbury as Rose)
* Good News
* Bitter Sweet
* Mack and Mabel (first production at The Muny)
* Moiseyev Dance Company

1975 (Season 57)

* Bolshoi Ballet
* The Odd Couple (first production at The Muny; featuring Jack Klugman and Tony Randall)
* Carousel
* Funny Girl (featuring Carol Lawrence)
* Camelot
* Girl Crazy
* The Wizard of Oz
* Kiss Me, Kate
* Mitzi Gaynor Show (special concert production)

1976 (Season 58)

* Leonard Bernstein New York Philharmonic (special concert production)
* Andre Kostelanetz New York Philharmonic (special concert production)
* Al Hirt's Impressions of New Orleans (special concert production)
* Grand Ole Muny Opera (special concert production)
* Burt Bacharach and Anthony Newley
* Fiddler on the Roof (featuring Zero Mostel as Tevye)
* Mame (featuring Angela Lansbury as Mame Dennis and Jane Connell as Agnes Gooch)
* On the Town
* Show Boat
* The King and I
* Oliver!
* The Baker's Wife (first production at The Muny)
* Russian Festival of Music and Dance (special concert production)
* 1776

1977 (Season 59)

* Meet Me in St. Louis
* Hello, Dolly! (featuring Carol Channing as Dolly Levi)
* Finian's Rainbow
* Guys and Dolls
* Wonderful Town
* The Sound of Music
* Kismet
* Porgy and Bess
* Sweet Charity
* Chicago (first production at The Muny)

1978 (Season 60)

* Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (first production at The Muny)
* Annie (first production at The Muny)
* Man of La Mancha
* Oklahoma!
* The Music Man
* Madame Butterfly
* Dutch National Ballet (special concert production)
* Peter Pan

1979 (Season 61)

* My Fair Lady
* A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (first production at The Muny)
* Shenandoah (first production at The Muny)
* Brigadoon
* The Desert Song (featuring Ann Blyth)
* Carousel
* Tom Sawyer
* Sugar (first production at The Muny)
* Ballroom (first production at The Muny)
* Bells are Ringing

1980s

1980 (Season 62)

* Richard Rodgers in Concert (special concert production featuring Marsha Mason and Walter Cronkite)
* South Pacific
* Debbie Reynolds Show (special concert production)
* Carnival!
* Bye Bye Birdie
* Little Me
* Li'l Abner
* Cinderella
* Al Jolson Tonight (special concert production)
* The Merry Widow
* Sugar Babies (first production at The Muny; featuring Carol Channing and Robert Morse)

1981 (Season 63)

* Kiss Me, Kate
* Flower Drum Song
* George M!
* Camelot
* Annie Get Your Gun
* Show Boat
* A Grand Night for Singing (first production at The Muny)
* Hans Christian Andersen (first production at The Muny)
* How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
* The Mitzi Gaynor Show
* A Chorus Line (first production at The Muny)

1982 (Season 64)

* Fiddler on the Roof
* The Unsinkable Molly Brown
* The Sound of Music
* Gigi
* Anything Goes
* West Side Story
* Grease (first production at The Muny)
* They're Playing Our Song (first production at The Muny)
* Where's Charley?
* The Wiz (first production at The Muny)
* A Chorus Line

1983 (Season 65)

* The King and I
* Promises, Promises
* Can-Can
* Annie
* Pal Joey (first production at The Muny)
* High Button Shoes (featuring Gavin Macleod)
* Man of La Mancha
* Mikhail Baryshnikov (special concert production)
* Camelot
* The Pirates of Penzance
* I Do! I Do!

1984 (Season 66)

* The Music Man
* Dream Street (first production at The Muny)
* Funny Girl
* Oklahoma!
* Sugar Babies
* Sleeping Beauty (first production at The Muny)

1985 (Season 67)

* A Chorus Line
* My Fair Lady
* Fantasy on Ice (first production at The Muny)
* Dancin' (first production at The Muny)
* Jesus Christ Superstar (first production at The Muny)
* Evita (first production at The Muny)
* 42nd Street (first production at The Muny)

1986 (Season 68)

* 42nd Street
* Singin' in the Rain (stage adaptation; world premiere)
* Swan Lake (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat (featuring Eddie Bracken as Cap'n Andy)
* La Cage aux Folles (first production at The Muny)
* Pippin (first production at The Muny)
* Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
* Shenandoah
* The Apple Tree (first production at The Muny)
* Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (first production at The Muny)

1987 (Season 69)

* The Sound of Music
* My One and Only (first production at The Muny)
* Cats (first production at The Muny)
* Fiddler on the Roof
* Peter Pan
* Around the World in 80 Days (featuring Tony Randall)
* Big River (first production at The Muny)

1988 (Season 70)

* The Music Man
* Porgy and Bess
* Drood (first production at The Muny)
* Oliver!
* Man of La Mancha
* Grease
* Carousel

1989 (Season 71)

* A Chorus Line
* (Pre-Broadway Tour featuring Tyne Daly as Rose)
* The King and I
* Evita
* Godspell (first production at The Muny)
* The Unsinkable Molly Brown
* Annie

1990s

1990 (Season 72)

* West Side Story
* Jesus Christ Superstar
* Bye Bye Birdie
* Cinderella on Ice (first production at The Muny)
* Brigadoon (featuring Joel Higgins and Victoria Mallory)
* No, No, Nanette
* Little Shop of Horrors (first production at The Muny)

1991 (Season 73)

* It's Delightful, It's Delovely, It's Cole Porter (first production at The Muny)
* Kiss Me, Kate (featuring Jeanne Trevor)
* Hans Christian Andersen
* 42nd Street
* I Do! I Do!
* Mame
* My Fair Lady

1992 (Season 74)

* South Pacific
* Pump Boys and Dinettes (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat
* The Wizard of Oz
* Hello, Dolly!
* George M! (featuring Joel Grey and Gretchen Wyler)
* The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber (special revue)

1993 (Season 75)

* The Sound of Music
* Annie Get Your Gun
* Grease
* Peter Pan
* Fiddler on the Roof
* Oliver!
* Oklahoma!

1994 (Season 76)

* The King and I
* Ain't Misbehavin' (first production at The Muny)
* Cats
* Annie
* Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
* Meet Me in St. Louis
* The Music Man

1995 (Season 77)

* The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber
* An Evening with the St. Louis Symphony (special concert production)
* Man of La Mancha
* Cinderella
* Singin' in the Rain
* Godspell
* Camelot
* West Side Story

1996 (Season 78)

* My Fair Lady
* Jesus Christ Superstar
* The Desert Song (special concert production)
* Little Shop of Horrors
* Sleeping Beauty
* Guys and Dolls
* Evita
* 42nd Street

1997 (Season 79)

* Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
* Funny Girl
* Three Coins in the Fountain (stage adaptation of the film; world premiere)
* The Wizard of Oz
* A Chorus Line
* South Pacific
* Hello, Dolly!

1998 (Season 80)

* Oklahoma!
* Bye Bye Birdie
* The Radio City Rockettes Muny Spectacular (special revue featuring the Radio City Rockettes)
* Peter Pan (pre-Broadway tour featuring Cathy Rigby as Peter Pan)
* Fiddler on the Roof
* Crazy for You (first production at The Muny; featuring Bruce Adler as Bela Zangler)
* Damn Yankees

1999 (Season 81)

* Grease (June 21- 27)
* The King and I (July 5- 11)
* Annie (July 12- 18)
* The Muny Goes British (July 19- 25) (a revue written by executive producer Paul Blake compiling the many works of British songwriters like Andrew Lloyd Webber)
* 1776 (July 26- August 1)
* Anything Goes (August 2- 8) (featuring Karen Morrow as Reno Sweeney and Bruce Alder as Moonface Martin)
* Meet Me in St. Louis (August 9- 15)

2000s

2000 (Season 82)

* West Side Story (June 19- 25)
* An Evening of Richard Rodgers (July 3- 9) (a revue written by executive producer Paul Blake compiling the many works of composer Richard Rodgers)
* The Sound of Music (July 10- 16)
* White Christmas (July 17- 23) (the world premiere of the stage adaptation of Irving Berlin's classic film, directed and produced by Paul Blake)
* A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (July 24- 30) (featuring Michael McGrath as Pseudolus and Bruce Adler as Hysterium)
* Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (July 31- August 6)
* Singin' in the Rain (August 7- 14)

2001 (Season 83)

* Brigadoon (June 18- 24)
* Miss Saigon (June 25- July 1) (first production at The Muny)
* Roman Holiday (July 9- 15) (the world premiere of the stage adaptation of the film, directed and produced by Paul Blake)
* The Wizard of Oz (July 16- 22) (featuring Ozzie Smith as the Wizard)
* An Evening of Gershwin (July 23- 29) (a revue written by executive producer Paul Blake compiling the many works of songwriters George and Ira Gershwin)
* My Fair Lady (July 3 - August 5)
* Evita (August 6- 12)

2002 (Season 84)

* A Chorus Line (June 17- 23) (directed by Thomas J. Walsh and choreographed by Mitzi Hamilton)
* Hooray for Hollywood (June 24- 30) (a revue written by executive producer Paul Blake compiling songs from numerous movie musicals)
* How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (July 8- 14) (featuring Michael McGrath as J. Pierrepont Finch and Karen Morrow as Smitty)
* Peter Pan (July 15- 21) (directed by Thomas J. Walsh and choreographed by Liza Gennaro)
* The Fantasticks (July 22- 28) (first production at The Muny)
* Camelot (July 29- August 4) (featuring Nat Chandler as Lancelot, Kim Crosby as Guinevere, and Joneal Joplin as Merlyn)
* Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (August 5- 11) (featuring Eric Kunze as Joseph and Judy McLane as the Narrator)

2003 (Season 85)

* Fiddler on the Roof (June 16- 22) (featuring Bruce Adler as Tevye)
* Side by Side by Sondheim (June 23- 29) (first production at The Muny)
* Show Boat (July 7- 13)
* Cinderella (July 14- 20)
* Godspell (July 21- 27)
* Crazy for You (July 28- August 3) (featuring Bruce Adler as Bela Zangler)
* South Pacific (August 4- 10)

2004 (Season 86)

* Meet Me in St. Louis (June 21- 30) (featuring Kate Manning as Esther and Ashley Brown as Rose.)
* Cats (July 5- 11) (featuring Ken Page as Old Deuteronomy)
* Annie (Featuring Natalie Ann Bram as Annie) (July 12- 18)
* Breakfast at Tiffany's (July 19- 25) (the world premiere of the stage adaptation of the film, directed and produced by Paul Blake)
* The Music Man (July 26- August 1) (featuring Dirk Lumbard as Harold Hill and Kim Crosby as Marian)
* Guys and Dolls (August 2- 8) (featuring Bruce Adler as Nathan Detroit)
* 42nd Street (August 9- 15) (directed and choreographed by Tony Perisci)

2005 (Season 87)

* Beauty and the Beast (June 20- 29) (first production at The Muny)
* Annie Get Your Gun (July 4- 10)
* Jesus Christ Superstar (July 11- 17) (featuring Eric Kunze as Jesus and Ken Page as King Herod)
* Singin' in the Rain (July 18- 24)
* Mame (July 25- 31) (featuring Dee Hoty as Mame and Georgia Engel as Agnes Gooch)
* West Side Story (August 1-7)
* The Sound of Music (August 8-14)

2006 (Season 88)

* The King and I (June 19- 25) (directed by Paul Blake and choreographed by Gemze de Lappe)
* Aida (June 26- July 2) (first production at The Muny) (starring Ken Page as Amonasro and Simone as Aida)
* The Wizard of Oz (July 6- 16) (starring Ken Page as the Wizard, Pamela Isaacs as Glinda, Bruce Adler as the Lion, Dirk Lumbard as the Scarecrow, Aaron Kaburick as the Tinman, and Kate Manning as Dorothy; choreographed by Mercedes Ellington)
* (July 17- 23)
* White Christmas (July 24- 30)
* Oliver! (July 31- August 6) (Featuring Bruce Adler as Fagin.)
* Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (August 7- 13)

2007 (Season 89)

*Oklahoma! (June 18-24) (featuring Jim Clow as Curly, Georgia Engel as Aunt Eller, and Bruce Adler as Ali Hackim)
*Grease (June 25-July 3) (specifically produced production featuring Kevin Kern as Danny; Shannon M. O'Bryan as Sandy; Donna Vivino as Rizzo; Kristy Cates as Marty; Aaron Kaburick as Roger.)
*Hello, Dolly! (July 9-15) (starring Randy Graff as Dolly Levi and Lewis J. Stadlen as Horace Vandergelder)
*Peter Pan (July 16-22) (featuring Francis Jue as Peter Pan, and Robert Westenberg as Captain Hook/Mr. Darling.
*The Pajama Game (July 23-29) (featuring Joe Farrell as Prez)
*Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (July 30-August 5)
*Les Misérables (August 6-15) (first production at the Muny; world premiere of outdoor production) (featuring Ivan Rutherford as Valjean; Jeff McCarthy as Javert; Ken Page as Thenardier; Simone as Fantine; Lisa Howard as Madame Thenardier; Kevin Kern as Marius; Oliva Prosser as Young Cosette; Jimmy McEvoy as Gavroche; and Diana Kaarina as Eponine)

2008 (Season 90)

*The Producers (June 16-22, first production at the Muny) (starring Lewis J. Stadlen as Max Bialystock; Don Stephenson as Leo Bloom; Lee Roy Reams as Roger DeBris; and Angie Schworer as Ulla)
*Disney High School Musical (June 23-July 2, first production at the Muny)
*My Fair Lady (July 7-13)
*90 Years of Muny Magic, a musical review celebrating of all the great music of the last 90 seasons. (July 14-20)
*Miss Saigon (July 21-27) (starring Eric Kunze as Chris)
*My One and Only (July 28-August 3)
*Fiddler on the Roof (August 4-10) (starring Lewis J. Stadlen as Tevye.)

ources

* The Muny 1993 75th Season Souvenir Program
* Muny archival records


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