Meet Me In St. Louis
Meet Me in St. Louis is a musical based on the 1944 MGM film of the same title starring Judy Garland with book by Hugh Wheeler and music and lyrics by Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane. The story is based on “The Kensington Stories” by Sally Benson.
It opened on Broadway at the George Gershwin Theatre on November 2, 1989 and closed on June 10, 1990, after 252 performances. It was directed by Louis Burke with choreography by Joan Brickhill.
Taking place in 1904, ‘Meet Me in St. Louis’ is an optimistic musical about the Smith family of St. Louis. Life is wonderful in St. Louis: the World Fair is about to begin and love is in the air.
This happy world crumbles when Mr. Smith runs into financial trouble and announces that the family will have to move to New York. Soon, the family has packed all their things and is about to start the move. At the last minute, Mr. Smith realizes how much his family loves St. Louis. To the joy of everyone, Mr. Smith announces that the family will not leave St. Louis after all and “doesn’t want to hear another word about it!”
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