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Sunday in the Park with George
SundayintheParkwithGeorge

Music: Stephen Sondheim
Lyrics: Stephen Sondheim
Book: James Lapine
Opened: May 2, 1984
At: Booth Theatre
Starring:

  • Mandy Patinkin
  • Bernadette Peters

Awards:
Tony Awards

  • Lighting Design (Richard Nelson)
  • Scenic Design (Tony Straiges)


Sunday in the Park with George is a production, and this is a general overview of that production.

SynopsisEdit

Act IEdit

This is a summary of act I.

Act IIEdit

This is a summary of act II.

ProductionsEdit

This describes any professional productions of the show that have taken place, be they Broadway, West End, Off-Broadway, Touring, etc.

Song ListEdit

This is a list of songs.

  • ACT I
  • OPENING - George
  • SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE– Dot
  • NO LIFE –Jules and Yvonne
  • COLOUR AND LIGHT –Dot and George
  • GOSSIP –Celeste #1 and #2, Boatman, Nurse, Old Lady, Jules, Yvonne
  • THE DAY OFF –Company
  • EVERYBODY LOVES LOUIS –Dot
  • THE ONE ON THE LEFT –Soldier, Celeste #1 and #2
  • FINISHING THE HAT –George
  • WE DO NOT BELONG TOGETHER –Dot, George
  • BEAUTIFUL –Old Lady and George
  • ACT I FINALE - SUNDAY - Company


  • ACT IIIT'S NOT UP HERE –Company
    • PUTTING IT TOGETHER –Company
    • CHILDREN AND ART –Marie
    • LESSON #8 –George
    • MOVE ON –Dot and George
    • FINALE - SUNDAY (Reprise) - Company

Character ListEdit

This is a list of all prominent characters, along with vocal ranges.


  • Georges, an artist (tenor)
  • Dot, his mistress and model (soprano)
  • Jules, another artist (high baritone)
  • Yvonne, his wife (alto)
  • an Old Lady, Georges' mother (soprano)
  • her Nurse (alto)
  • Celeste #1, a shop girl (soprano)
  • Celeste #2, another shop girl (soprano)
  • a Soldier (baritone)
  • a Boatman (bass/baritone)
  • Franz, coachman to Jules and Yvonne (high baritone)
  • Frieda, cook for Jules and Yvonne and wife to Franz (alto)
  • Louise, the little daughter of Jules and Yvonne (child soprano)
  • Mr. & Mrs., an American couple (tenor/soprano)
  • Louis, a baker and Dot's husband-to-be (tenor)
Act II
  • George, an artist (tenor)
  • Dot, his mistress and model (soprano)
  • Marie, his grandmother (soprano)
  • Bob Greenberg, the museum director (baritone)
  • Dennis, a technician (baritone)
  • Naomi Eisen, a composer (alto)
  • Elaine, George's former wife (alto/soprano)
  • Harriet Pawling, a board member of the museum (soprano)
  • Billy Webster, her friend (high baritone)
  • Charles Redmond, a visiting curator from Texas (baritone/bass)
  • Alex, an artist (baritone/alto)
  • Betty, another artist (soprano)
  • Lee Randolph, the museum's publicist (high baritone)
  • Blair Daniels, an art critic (bass/baritone)

Amateur ProductionsEdit

This is a place to list community, high school, semi-professional, etc. productions, along with the dates.

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