The days leading up to the completion of his most famous painting, Georges Seurat is struggling to make meaningful art and maintain a relationship with his lover Dot. Amid the scorn of the artistic community, Seurat's artistic ability thrives while his love diminishes. A century later, Seurat's descendant - named George and also an artist - finds himself burnt out and in search of what artistic path to follow, but he finds the answer to his future in the past. A deeply moving love story that connects the past to the future through passionate and intensely personal struggles that are not unlike ones we all face at different times in our lives
Book by James Lapine, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Originally directed on Broadway by James Lapine, originally produced on Broadway by The Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg.
Director: Sue Miner
Musical Director: Adam White
Studio Theatre, Sheridan
Louis, Lee Randolph: Brandon Antonio
Nurse, Mrs., Greenberg’s Assistant: Georgia Bennett
Soldier, Billy Webster: Jonathan Gysbers
Frieda, Harriet Pawling: Nicola Hadjis
Dot, Marie: Arinea Hermans
Celeste #2, Elaine: Jacqueline Janas
George: Cameron Kneteman
Louise, Naomi Eisen: Hailey Lewis
Yvonne, Deborah: Blaire Lorrison
Boatman, Alex: Ruaridh MacDonald
Horn Player, Waiter: Alex Panneton
Franz, Dennis: Ben Plunkett
Jules, Bob Greenberg: Micah Richardson
Old Lady, Blair Daniels: Ainsley Roy
Mr., bather, Charles Redmond: Brandon Roy
Silent Soldier, bather, Waiter: Kayden Tonita
Celeste # 1, Betty: Amanda Trapp
Sunday in the park with George, Theatre Sheridan
Theatre and Performance Studies
Faculty of Animation, Arts & Design
Department of Visual and Performing Arts
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Theatre Sheridan, "Sunday in the Park with George, April 14 – 24, 2016" (2016). Theatre Sheridan Productions. 12.
Miner, S. (Director). (2016, April 14 – 24). Sunday in the park with George. [Theatre Performance]. Oakville: Theatre Sheridan.