George: Ryan Skerchak

Dot/Marie: Taylor Molt

Old Lady: Deborah Schrager

Jules/Redmond: Nate Irwin-Diehl

Yvonne: Theresa Gardner

Franz/Dennis: Tomas Torres

Frieda/Harriet: Alison Hyde Pascale

Boatman/Greenberg: Sheldon Shaw

Louis/Billy: Joshua Peters

Soldier/Alex: Frankie Frabizzio

Mr./Blair: Brandon Hunter Smith

Mrs./Nurse/Elaine: Sara Buscaglia

Celeste 1/Betty: Dory Scott

Celeste 2/Naomi: Abigail Little

Louise: Kennedy Moyer

Girl with Pole/Leigh: Zainab Jeffrey

Sunday in the Park with George

April 13th - April 23rd, 2023

Wildcard Wednesday (VU Community Only): April 12th

Opening Night: April 13 | Speaker's Series: April 16 | Drinks with the Dramaturg: April 21 | Brian Morgan Benefit Night: April 22

RUN TIME: Two and a half hours with one 15-minute intermission.

All Performances at 8pm except Sunday 2pm


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Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim

Book by James Lapine

Directed by Valerie M. Joyce

Inspired by the painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat, Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine’s stunning masterpiece merges past and present into beautiful, poignant truths about life, love and the creation of art. One of the most acclaimed musicals of our time, this moving study of the enigmatic painter won a Pulitzer Prize and was nominated for an astounding ten Tony Awards, including Best Musical.


Content Guide

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Like all good art, theatre asks audiences to engage with universal questions on a personal, sometimes challenging level. At the same time, please do note that there is a difference between trauma and discomfort. Without the latter, we can narrow and limit our experiences in ways detrimental to ourselves as individuals and as members of this community. Please use your best judgment and exercise self-care as needed.