STAGE TUBE: The Muny's HELLO, DOLLY! Behind-the-Scenes Remix

The Muny's seventh and final show of its 96th season, HELLO, DOLLY!, directed by Rob Ruggiero, choreographed by Ralph Perkins, with music direction by James Moore, ran through August 17, 2014. Below, check out a fun behind-the-scenes remix from the company, featuring Beth Leavel, John O'Hurley, Rob McClure, Mamie Parris, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Eloise Kropp and more!

Tony Award winner Beth Leavel starred as Dolly Levi and John O'Hurley as Horace Vandergelder. Also starring were Rob McClure as Cornelius Hackl, Mamie Parris as Irene Molloy, Jay Armstrong Johnson as Barnaby Tucker and Eloise Kropp as Minnie Fay. Joining them were Daniel Berryman as Ambrose Kemper, Berklea Going as Ermengarde, Rich Pisarkiewicz as Rudolph/Judge, and April Strelinger as Ernestina.

The Muny production featured scenic design by Michael Schweikardt, costume design by Amy Clark, lighting design by John Lasiter, sound design by Jason Krueger, and video design by Rob Denton. The production stage manager was Monica Dickhens.

HELLO, DOLLY! celebrated its 50th anniversary, and The Muny closed its 96th season with a grand production of the classic musical comedy. Dolly has "always been a woman who arranges things," and you'll delight as she tries to win the heart of the well known half-a-millionaire, Horace Vandergelder. Hello, Dolly! features a book by Michael Stewart, with music and lyrics by Jerry Herman.

STAGE TUBE: The Muny's HELLO, DOLLY! Behind-the-Scenes Remix
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