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See Tony Award Winner Beth Leavel in Gypsy at the Muny

The St. Louis theater performs Stephen Sondheim's classic musical through August 2.

Beth Leavel and Adam Heller star as Rose and Herbie in the Muny's production of Gypsy.
(photo provided by The Muny)

The Muny has released new photos of their production of Gypsy which is currently playing through August 2 and stars Tony Award winner Beth Leavel as Rose.

Hayley Podschun plays Dainty June.
(photo provided by The Muny)

Joining Leavel in the cast are Adam Heller (Herbie), Julia Knitel (Louise), Hayley Podschun (Dainty June), Jennifer Cody (Tessie Tura and Miss Cratchitt), Ann Harada (Electra), Ellen Harvey (Mazeppa), Kip Niven (Pop, Cigar, and Philadelphia Announcer), Drew Redington (Tulsa), Michael James Reed (Weber, Bourgeron-Cochon, and Detroit Announcer), Lara Teeter (Uncle Jocko, Phil, and Minsky's Announcer), Elise Edwards (Baby Louise), and Amelie Lock (Baby June).

Rounding out the ensemble are Kevin Curtis, Meghan Faddis, Ciara Alyse Harris, Haley Holcomb, Zachary Daniel Jones, Chris Kelley, Evan Kinnane, Katie Pohlman, Jack Sippel, Gabi Stapula, Daryl Tofa, and Keaton Whittaker. The company will also be joined by the Muny Kid youth ensemble.

Hayley Podschun and Julia Knitel share a scene.
(photo provided by The Muny)

The creative team includes scenic design by Luke Cantarella, costume design by Amy Clark, lighting design by John Lasiter, sound design by John Shivers and David Patridge, video design by Nathan W. Scheuer, and wig design by Leah J. Loukas, with production stage manager Shawn Pennington.

Adam Heller, Beth Leavel, and Julia Knitel star in Gypsy at the Muny.
(photo provided by The Muny)

As previously announced, Gypsy is directed by Rob Ruggiero and choreographed by Ralph Perkins with music direction by James Moore. Gypsy originally opened on Broadway in 1959 and starred Ethel Merman. The musical features a book and lyrics by Arthur Laurents, music by Jule Styne, and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. The story is based on the memoirs of the famous striptease artist Gypsy Rose Lee and tells her story as the ultimate stage mother. Through Rose's dream to raise her daughters Louise and June to become stars, she aims to gain fulfillment for her own failed venture into show business.

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