Bert, the narrator of the story, is a good friend to Mary Poppins. An everyman, Bert is a chimney sweep and a sidewalk artist, among many other occupations. Bert acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

George Banks, husband to Winifred and father to Jane and Michael, is a banker who's emotional armor conceals a sensitive soul. George acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

Winifred Banks is George's wife and Jane and Michael's mother. She is a loving woman who is busy trying to live up to her husband's social aspirations while striving to be a model wife and mother. Winifred acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

Jane Banks is the high-spirited daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Banks, bright and precocious. Jane acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

Michael Banks is the cheeky son of Mr. and Mrs. Banks. Excitable and naughty, he adores his father and longs desperately for his attention. Both he and Jane misbehave in order to get the attention of their parents. Michael acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

Katie Nanna is Jane and Michael’s nanny at the beginning of the story. Overwhelmed and upset, she has absolutely had her fill of the Banks children. Katie Nanna acts in several scenes, sings and dances in multiple musical numbers.

Mrs. Brill & Mrs. Frill, integral household members of the Banks family who's intimidating exterior is a cover for the warmth underneath. These ladies act and sing in multiple scenes/musical numbers.

Robertson Aye is another essential household member who is forgetful and clumsy. Robertson Aye acts and sings in multiple scenes/musical numbers.

Mary Poppins, Jane and Michael Banks’s new nanny, is extraordinary and strange, neat and tidy, delightfully vain yet very particular, and  always exciting. Mary Poppins Bert acts, sings and dances in multiple scenes.

The Park Strollers are citizens of London who go from drab and dreary to bright and colorful as they get swept up in Mary Poppins’s adventures in the park, pass by the cathedral, fly kites, and are customers of Mrs. Corry's Talking Shop. They will sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers.

The Suffragettes are bravely championing women’s right to vote. They act, sing and dance in multiple scenes.

Neleus is a statue who, once brought to life by Mary Poppins, is very happy to befriend Jane and Michael whenever they come to visit. Neleus acts in one scene, sings and dances in multiple scenes and musical numbers.

The Statues are stone sculptures. Thanks to Mary Poppins, these works of art come alive and dance with Bert and the Park Strollers. They sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers. (Note: Statues will not be moving sets in this production.)

Be on the look-out for Penguins who appear when least expected! They will sing and dance in multiple musical numbers.

The Flowers lead the Honeybees whenever they appear in our story. They will sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers.

The Honeybees are conjured by Mary Poppins to help teach the children the benefits of “A Spoonful of Sugar” and "Let's Go Fly a Kite". They will sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers.

The Clerks, like George, are employees at the bank. They will sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers.

Miss Smythe is the bank Chairman’s humorless secretary. She will act, sing, and dance in multiple scenes & musical numbers.

Chairman, the head of the bank where Mr. Banks is employed, is an Edwardian stuffed shirt. He will act in multiple scenes, sing and dance in multiple musical numbers.

Von Hussler is a businessman seeking a loan from the bank for a shady business deal. He will act in multiple scenes, sing and dance in multiple musical numbers.

John Northbrook is an honest businessman seeking a loan to build a factory for his community. He will act in multiple scenes, sing and dance in multiple musical numbers.

The Bird Woman is covered in a patchwork of old shawls, her pockets stuffed with bags of crumbs for the birds. She tries to sell the crumbs to Park Strollers, who ignore her as if she doesn’t exist. She will sing one key musical number and appear in several scenes.

Mrs. Corry owns a magical Talking Shop. She is a mysterious woman of indeterminate age, but has plenty of spirit and is sharp as a tack. She will act in one scene and sing & dance in multiple musical numbers.

Miss Andrew is George’s overbearing and scary childhood nanny. With her bottle of nasty- tasting brimstone and treacle to keep naughty children in line, she is a bully who only knows one way of doing things: her way. She will act and sing in multiple scenes and musical numbers.

The Policeman is a neighborhood patrol officer, who appears in one scene. (This actor has been cast in this and another role for more stage time.)

Chimney Sweeps are Bert’s cheerful, friendly, and agile friends who keep London’s chimneys in working order and who will bring the show-stopping number “Step In Time” to life. They will sing and dance, appearing in multiple musical numbers.

The Named Sweeps are also Bert’s Chimney Sweep friends. They will sing and dance in multiple musical numbers.

The Messenger, one of the clerks from the bank, delivers a summons to George, acting in one scene. (This actor has been cast in this and another role for more stage time.)