St. Louis Muny
The Muny, our nation's oldest and largest outdoor theatre, was built in 1917 and seats 9,000.
The Muny is located on Theatre Drive, just north of the Jewel Box. In front of the entrance to The Muny, patrons and visitors to the park can enjoy the serene beauty of The Pagoda which is surrounded by water. During its history, The Muny has produced and presented grand operas, concerts, operettas and ballet troupes.
In 1998, The Muny completed the renovation of the stage area and backstage area as part of it Capital Improvement Campaign. Over $3 million was spent on new concession stands and doubling the number of womens bathrooms. In 2000, nearly 12,000 seats were replaced at the outdoor amphitheatre and the parking lots were resurfaced. A plaza was added east of the entrance. The area surrounding the Pagoda and the entrance was landscaped with plants, antique lights, sidewalks and bridges featuring decorative columns.
- Longest Running Show: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
- Performances: 6