Mary Poppins

Mary Poppins

JULY 14 – 22

Based on one of the most popular films in history, Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins is practically perfect in every way. Transporting audiences by umbrella to London at the turn of the last century, this Tony Award-winning stage adaptation features a magical carpet bag full of classics, including “Chim Chim Cher-ee,” “Step in Time,” “A Spoonful of Sugar” and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” With winds in the east and a mist coming in, somethin’ is brewin’ and about to begin!

Practically perfect for The Muny!

Performances begin at 8:15 p.m.

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Creative Team

John Tartaglia


Muny: MatildaAnnieThe Wizard of OzTarzan and ShrekAs actorAladdin (The Genie), Seussical (The Cat in the Hat), A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (Hysterium, St. Louis Theater Circle Award). Broadway: Avenue Q (Tony nomination), Beauty and the Beast and Shrek. Selected direction: Stephen Schwartz’s The Secret Silk (Princess Cruises, writer/director), Beauty and the Beast (Maltz Jupiter Theatre), Mamma Mia! (Bucks County Playhouse); Shrek the Halls (DreamWorks Theatricals) and many more. Film/TV: Fraggle Rock: Rock On! (Executive Producer, writer/performer), Johnny and the Sprites (Disney Jr., Emmy nomination), Sesame Street (PBS Kids), Jim Henson’s Word Party and Julie’s Greenroom (Netflix), Jim Henson’s Splash and Bubbles (PBS Kids, Emmy nomination as Splash), Sunday Funday (Sirius XM On Broadway). Instagram/Twitter: Johnnytartags

Patrick O’Neill


Muny: Guys and Dolls (Co-Choreographer). Associate Choreographer: School of Rock (Broadway, U.S. national tour, Australia and Korea), The Heart of Rock & Roll (Old Globe), Ever After (Alliance Theatre). Assistant Choreographer: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Broadway), Harmony (Ahmanson Theatre, Alliance Theatre) and The Nutty Professor, directed by Jerry Lewis (Tennessee Performing Arts Center). Additional choreography: An Evening with Kelli O’Hara and The Boston Pops, and musical numbers for Mario Cantone on The View, celebrating Barbara Walters.

Brad Haak

Music Director / Conductor

Muny: Guys and DollsA Funny Thing…ForumFiddler on the RoofInto the WoodsSouth Pacific, The King and I and Gypsy. Broadway: An American in ParisMary PoppinsLestat and Il Divo – A Musical Affair. National tours: The Lion KingMiss Saigon. Music supervision/orchestrations: Caird and Gordon’s Daddy Long Legs (off-Broadway, London, Tokyo, Seoul) Jane EyreA Knights Tale (Tokyo), the 2020 holiday film EstellaOther international: Sousatzka (Toronto), An American in Paris (Paris), Honk! (Singapore, Philippines); Jane Eyre (Tokyo). Regional credits include: Ragtime (Theatre Under The Stars), Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s Follies (Jeff Award for music direction), Sunday in the Park with GeorgeChildren of Eden (Kennedy Center). Orchestrations for New York Pops, Boston Pops, National Symphony, L.A. Philharmonic and Tokyo Philharmonic.

Show Guidelines

Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s Mary Poppins transports audiences to London at the turn of the last century.

Things are not going well for the Banks family of Cherry Tree Lane. Jane and Michael are the two naughty children, and their stern father is determined to hire a no-nonsense nanny to teach his children precision and order. That’s when the practically-perfect Mary Poppins enters their lives, bringing a spoonful of magic with her. Taking the children on some jolly holidays, Mary introduces them to Bert – a jack-of-all-trades, a crew of friendly chimney sweeps and the little old Bird Woman. Pulling an invisible string here and there, Mary Poppins helps the Banks family learn to appreciate and understand each other.

This Tony Award-winning stage adaptation features the favorite characters of the 1964 Disney film and favorite songs such as “Chim Chim Cher-ee,” “Step in Time,” “A Spoonful of Sugar” and “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.” There’s plenty of spectacle, laughs and songs the whole family will keep singing after the show ends.



Sexual Innuendo


Drugs and Alcohol

One line of dialogue mentions rum punch, and another makes reference to smoking.



Mature Content

The beginning of the show reveals difficult family dynamics within the Banks household.