Details of the Show
About the Musical

Based on the heartwarming MGM film, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS is a rare treasure in the musical theatre; a wholesome and delightful portrait of a turn-of-the-century American family. It is the summer of 1903, and the Smith family eagerly anticipates the opening of the 1904 World’s Fair. Over the course of a year, the family’s mutual respect, tempered with good-natured humor, helps them through romance, opportunity, and heartbreaks. The musical includes seven of the best-loved songs from the film, plus ten additional Martin and Blane songs written specially for the stage.

Memorable musical numbers include “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “The Boy Next Door,” “The Trolley Song,” and “Whenever I’m with You.”

Musical Numbers

Act I

  1. Overture – Orchestra
    2. Opening Act One: “Meet Me In St Louis” – The Smith Family Octet
    2a. Underscore – Orchestra
    3. “The Boy Next Door” – Esther
    3a. Scene Change – Orchestra
    4. Reprise: “Meet Me In St. Louis” – Tootie, Agnes, Esther, & Grandpa
    5. “Whenever I’m With You” – The Smith Family Octet
    6. “You’ll Hear A Bell” – Mrs. Smith
    6a. Interval Incidental – Orchestra
    6b. Scene Change – The Smith Family Octet & Chorus
    7. “A Raving Beauty” – Warren & Rose
    7a. Piano Scene Change – Solo Piano
    8. “Skip To My Lou” – Lou, Warren, Rose, Two Girls & Chorus
    9. “Drunk Song” – Tootie
    10. “Under The Bamboo tree” – Tootie, Agnes, & Esther
    11. Underscore – Orchestra with Esther
    12. “Over The Bannister” – John with Esther
    13. “The Trolley Song” – Esther & Chorus


Act II

  1. Entr’acte – Orchestra
    14a. Scare Incidental – Orchestra
    15. “A Touch Of The Irish” – Katie with Esther & Rose
    16. Reprise: “The Boy Next Door” – John & Esther
    17. “A Day In New York” – Mr. Smith, Mrs. Smith, Rose, Esther, Katie, & Grandpa
    18.Reprise: “You’ll Hear A Bell” – Mrs. Smith
    19. “Wasn’t It Fun” – Mr. & Mrs. Smith
    20. Scene Change – Orchestra
    20a. Basketball Underscore – Orchestra
    21. Christmas Waltz – Orchestra
    21a. Waltz Underscore – Orchestra
    22. “The Banjo” – Lou & Chorus
    23. Auld Lang Syne – Orchestra
    23a. Scene Change – Chorus
    23b. Underscore: Let’s Wait – Orchestra
    24. “You Are For Loving” – John & Esther
    25. Scene change – Orchestra
    26.“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” – Esther
    27. Decision incidental – Orchestra
    28. Reprise: “The Trolley Song” – Chorus
    28a. Reprise: “Meet Me In St. Louis” – Principals
Cast List

Esther Smith — Hope Chancey
John Truitt — Greg Gore
Mrs. Anna Smith — Janna Carr
Tootie Smith — Gwen Ritchal and Gretchen Beatty
Rose Smith — Brenna Betz
Katie —Rachel Morgan
Agnes Smith — Oliva Ritchal and Jovy Tresner
Lon Smith —Cody Dent
Mr. Alonso Smith — Todd Walters
Warren Sheffield/Motorman — Eric Bradford
Lucille Ballard – Paris Khandros
Grandpa Prophater — Dave Attaway
Eve — Madison Bertsch
Postman/Sidney Purvis—Keith Ferguson
Clinton Badger – Jeremy Biggs
Peewee Drummond – Logan Fish
Ensemble – Anya Zmaila, Caton Coe, Brooke Kelser

Showtimes & Tickets

The production of Meet Me in St. Louis will take place over two weekends.

November  7 – 7:30 p.m.
November  8 – 7:30 p.m.
November  9 – 7:30 p.m.
November  10 – 2 p.m.

November  14 – 7:30 p.m.
November  15 – 7:30 p.m.
November  16 – 7:30 p.m.
November  17 – 2 p.m.

Tickets are $20-25 per seat.

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Creative Team

Director – Abby Wontorski
Executive Director – Logan Fish
Music Directors – Sydney Arrendell and Candace Fish
Choreographer – Kara Simpson
Stage Manager – Amy CoplenCostumes Director – Kristy Johnson
Lighting Design – Rebekah Garrett
Props Director – Crystal Bertsch

Special Thanks

Special Thanks goes out to those who go above and beyond to help make the St. Luke’s Cindy Poteet Theatre possible:

Sam Heigle, Andrew Himes, Dusty Johnson, Crystal Bertsch, Adam Hay and his St. Luke’s Facilities Team, Brent Manning and his St. Luke’s Communications Team, the pastors of St. Luke’s, our wonderful cast, the friends and family of our cast, and so many more!

Cameras and Recording Devices

The use of photographic or sound recording equipment during any performance without written permission of the management is prohibited by law. Such recording devices will not be allowed into the theater, and we reserves the right to remove photographic or recording devices from the theater if in use during a performance.

Food and Drink

A concession booth is open before the show and at intermission. Please remember that food and beverages (with the exception of water) are not permitted inside of the theater.

is presented by arrangement with
Tams-Witmark, A Concord Theatricals Company

Songs by: Hugh Martin & Ralph Blane

Book by: Hugh Wheeler

Based on:  “The Kensington Stories” by Sally Benson and the MGM motion picture “Meet Me In St. Louis”

Songs by Martin & Blane published by EMI Feist Catalog, Inc.
Produced for the Broadway stage by

Brickhill-Burke Productions, Christopher Seabrooke
and EPI Products™