Matthew performs at the 4th Annual Elsie Fest, Broadway’s Outdoor Music Festival, at the Central Park SummerStage on October 7, 2018.

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Today Tix Live
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Matthew attends Today Tix Live 5-Year Anniversary celebration, hosted by Darren Criss, to benefit Dramatists Guild Foundation at National Sawdust on September 24, 2018 in New York City.

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“Head Over Heels” Broadway Opening Night
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Matthew and Renee attend the opening night of “Head Over Heels” on July 26, 2018 at the Hudson Theatre in New York City.

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2018 Tony Awards
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Matthew attends the 2018 Tony Awards on June 10 at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

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Stand For Kids Gala
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Matthew attended the “Stand For Kids” Gala in Los Angeles on June 2, 2018.

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Rain begins to fall while Matthew Morrison performs during “An Evening With the Stars” at the Muny in Forest Park on Saturday, May 19, 2018. The production, postponed from Friday night due to storms, is part of a celebration this weekend for the Muny’s centennial season. Photo by Jon Gitchoff

It rained Saturday night, but that didn’t dampen spirits at the Muny, where a host of performers carried on and a crowd of 6,975 fans cheered and clapped through “An Evening with the Stars” — the theater’s Centennial Gala.

The one-time-only show’s originally scheduled performance, on Friday night, was postponed because of rain. On Saturday, it went ahead at 9:15 p.m. but before a smaller audience, with two long interruptions for rain. But almost nobody left.

“We have missed only one show in 20 years,” said Chuck Mueller of Belleville, who sat under an umbrella with his wife, Jan, surrounded by relatives. “That was a rainout.”

He wasn’t about to let that happen twice. And you could see his point, because this event involved a sensational production. Almost every act could have been the “11 o’clock number” in any normal show.

Broadway icon Chita Rivera, in a stunning red sequinned pants suit, gave a zesty performance of “All That Jazz” from “Chicago” and teamed up with the legendary Tommy Tune for “Rosie” from “Bye Bye Birdie.” Ken Page, who got his start at the Muny before he played Old Deuteronomy in the original Broadway production of “Cats” , sang a tender rendition of that show’s biggest song, “Memory.”

The evening’s hosts, Broadway stars Matthew Morrison and Heather Headley, introduced the other artists and performed dynamic numbers of their own. Morrison led a highly condensed, 8-minute version of “Hairspray” while Headley soloed in a breathtaking medley of songs from “Funny Girl.”

Patrick Cassidy led a lively chorus of Muny Kids, Muny Teens and Muny veterans in “Trouble” from “The Music Man,” then presented a clip in which his mother, Muny Hall-of-Famer Shirley Jones, wished the theater happy birthday.

Two other Broadway stars, Graham Rowat and Jenny Powers, added elegance and comedy, respectively.

A big dance ensemble, choreographed by Michael Baxter, shone throughout, particularly when they joined Lara Teeter in a big tap treatment of “We’re in the Money” from “42nd Street” and in “Seize the Day” from “Newsies.”

Dennis Reagan, the Muny’s president and CEO, thanked “the best audience in the world” for its patience through the rain delays. Virtually everyone received generous applause, including the stagehands who mopped the stage after both cloudbursts. Paul Tarte dePoo III designed the versatile sets, Robin L. McGee designed the festive costumes and music director Michael Horsley led the generous Muny orchestra. Matt Kunkel directed the show, which kept a bright pace despite the weather.

For the last number a little before midnight, the audience enjoyed “One” and a fabulous fireworks display. In “A Chorus Line,” “One” is about a glamorous entertainer. But on Saturday night, it was unmistakably a song about the Muny.

Thousands more Muny lovers came to the Forest Park theater Sunday afternoon, where the celebration continued with lots of activities for families. The weather was lovely.

Matthew visits “My Fair Lady” on Broadway
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Matthew visits “My Fair Lady” on Broadway at Lincoln Center’s Vivian Beaumont Theatre on April 4, 2018 in New York City. (Photos by Bruce Glikas/Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic)


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Matthew and Renee attend the 26th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood, CA, on March 4, 2018.

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Matthew and Renee attend the Todd Snyder fashion show at New York Fashion Week on February 5, 2018.


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Dsquared2 Show – Milan Men’s Fashion Week
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Matthew and Renee attend the Dsquared2 Show at Milan Men’s Fashion Week on June 18, 2017.

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