The July 26 performance of The Muny's Legally Blonde The Musical, which opened July 25, has been canceled due to flooding in Forest Park and on The Muny campus caused by record-breaking rainfall.
The rescheduled performance will take place August 1 at 8:15 PM. All tickets will automatically be rescheduled for that performance. Ticket holders may visit Muny.org for more information. The July 27 performance will go on as scheduled.
“Above all else, our thoughts are with all other flood victims in the region,” said Muny President and CEO Kwofe Coleman. “Despite the shocking damage we found today on the grounds of The Muny, we are thankful to be able to reschedule tonight’s performance for Monday evening. I am personally grateful for everyone who has adjusted so quickly and worked to make this happen.”
Maggie Burrows directs Legally Blonde with choreography by William Carlos Angulo, associate choreography by Shanita Talmor, assistant choreography by UJ Mangune, and music direction by Lon Hoyt. Get a sneak peek of the production in the rehearsal video footage above.
The cast features Kyla Stone as Elle Woods, Fergie L. Phillipe as Emmett Forrest, Patti Murin as Paulette, Sean Allan Krill as Professor Callahan, Hayley Podschun as Brooke Wyndham, Kelsey Anne Brown as Margot, Gabi Campo as Serena, Kerri George as Enid, Khailah Johnson as Pilar, Dan Tracy as Warner Huntington III, Olivia Kaufmann as Vivienne Kensington, Mackenzie Bell as standby for Paulette and Brooke Wyndham, Gregory Lee Rodriguez as standby for Emmett Forrest, and Dave Schoonover as standby for Professor Callahan.
Rounding out the company are Andrés Acosta, Angela Birchett, Veronica Sofia Burt, Shea Coffman, Taylor Marie Daniel, Abigail Isom, Sydney Jones, Emily Madigan, UJ Mangune, Alora Tonielle Martinez, Adelina Mitchell, Natalia Nieves-Melchor, Ben Nordstrom, Liam Pearce, Gabriel Reyes, Matt Rivera, Cristina Sastre, Rochelle Scudder, Christopher De’Shawn Tipps, Julien Valme, and Ricky and Myrtle as, respectively, Bruiser and Rufus. The company is joined by the Muny Teen youth ensemble.
The production also has scenic design by Tim Mackabee, costume design by Leon Dobkowski, lighting design by Rob Denton, sound design by John Shivers and David Patridge, video design by Hannah Tran, wig design by Liz Printz, and animals by William Berloni. The production stage manager is Matthew Lacey.