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November 3 (7:30 PM - preview), November 4 (2PM - preview and 8PM), November 5 (3PM), November 9 (1PM), November 10 (7:30 PM), November 11 (2PM and 8PM), November 12 (3PM), November 15 (2PM), November  16 (1PM and 7PM), November 17 (7:30 PM), November 18 (2PM and 8PM), November 19 (3PM)


Weekday Adult: Premium $59, Regular $54, Standard $45 • Weekend (Sat/Sun) Adult: Premium $65, Regular $60, Standard $51

Weekday Senior: Premium $57, Regular $52, Standard $43 • Weekend (Sat/Sun) Senior: Premium $63, Regular $58, Standard $49

Student: $32 • Group (10 or more): Premium $52 and Regular $47 (no fees)

There is a $4 Facility Fee per ticket.

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Sunday in the Park with George

November 3 (preview)—November 19, 2023

The first musical in the Axelrod’s Sondheim Centennial Project will be the Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece Sunday in the Park with George, written with James Lapine, regarded as one of the most acclaimed musicals of all time. The 1984 musical, which originally starred Bernadette Peters and Mandy Patinkin, was inspired by the French pointillist painter Georges Seurat's painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. The Broadway production was nominated for an astounding ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical.


The Sondheim Centennial Project, curated by Artistic Director Andrew DePrisco, will present one Sondheim musical each year until Stephen Sondheim’s 100th birthday anniversary in 2030, as well as concerts and showcases of living composers, to honor the master’s commitment to new voices and the future of musical theater.


Eamon Foley, who began his Broadway career in 13 The Musical, is one of Broadway’s up-and-coming director-choreographers, who frequently works alongside Tony Award-winning director Michael Arden. Foley’s strikingly new concept for Sunday revolves around the use of color, light and movement to invite the audience into George’s mind to better understand his creative process and his personal struggles. Celebrating “the art of making art,” we bring the colors on George’s pallet to life through dance and light, allowing the audience to live alongside the painter as he creates his masterpiece.

Sunday in the Park with George is presented with special permission of Music Theater International, Inc.


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