Jeanie is a talented and unassuming chorus girl in Me and Juliet. She has been dating Bob, a possessive electrician who also works on the show. When Jeanie’s longtime admirer, Larry, recommends her for an understudy position, the two accidentally light up the stage with their own romance, which they must keep secret.
A stage electrician with a notorious reputation for his violent rage and temperament, Bob has been dating Jeanie, though he does not treat her well or take their relationship seriously. When he learns about Jeanie’s secret relationship with Larry, Bob reacts with furious jealousy.
Larry, the second assistant stage manager on Me and Juliet, dreams of becoming a director one day. When he recruits Jeanie to audition for a lead understudy role, he reveals his skills as a director, along with his affection for her. Hard working and forthright, Larry tries to hide his feelings for Jeanie until he is eventually forced to face his nemesis: the possessive and turbulent Bob.
The romantic, titular lead of Me and Juliet, Charlie is dating the other lead in the show, Lily. He is furious with Dario, the show's skilled conductor, for allowing the orchestra to overpower his singing voice.
A hardworking, seasoned Broadway actress, Betty is a confident and passionate performer. Determined to win the heart of Mac, she is gregarious and kind, befriending Jeanie when she joins the company of Me and Juliet.
The stern and insistently professional head stage manager of Me and Juliet, Mac follows a very strict set of personal rules and boundaries, like swearing off any romantic relationships with women in shows he is working on. When his one true love, Betty, joins the company, Mac is forced to reconsider his own regulations.
The prized music director and conductor of Me and Juliet, Dario finds himself in constant conflict with the musical’s temperamental leading man. Though he continually threatens to quit, Dario remains, thanks to a secret admirer who has been sending him love letters and gardenias. What Dario doesn’t know: The gifts are actually sent from Mac, who desperately needs Dario to remain with the show.