Sunday in the Park with George

Book by James Lapine
Music by Stephen Sondheim
Directed by Rob Ruggiero

January 04 - 29 , 2012

2011–2012 Mainstage Season

The Story

Shimmering with love and light, this unique, inventive musical is one of the most acclaimed shows of our time. Inspired by the life and work of enigmatic 19th century impressionist painter Georges Seurat, this Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece explores the complexity of life and the art of understanding it. Stephen Sondheim’s soaring score and insightful lyrics intertwine with Seurat’s distinctive art to create a moving, poetic drama, dot by dot.

Creative & Production Staff

Musical Director: F. Wade Russo
Choreographer: Ralph Perkins
Scenic Designer: Adrian W. Jones
Costume Designer: Alejo Vietti
Lighting Designer: John Lasiter
Sound Designer: Michael Hooker
Stage Manager: Champe Leary
Assistant Stage Manager: Tony Dearing


Ron Bohmer (George)
Erin Davie (Dot and Marie)
Meggie Cansler (Celeste #1 and Elaine)
Nyssa Duchow (Young Woman in Park)
Kari Ely (Nurse and Harriet Pawling)
Mark Emerson (Louis and Billy Webster)
Steve French (Boatman and Dennis)
Abbey Friedmann (Louise)
Chris Hietikko (Jules and Bob Greenberg)
Charlie Ingram (Horn Player and Photographer)
Jacob Lacopo (Boy Bathing and Waiter)
Jamie LaVerdiere (Franz and Charles Redmond)
Deanne Lorette (Yvonne and Naomi Eisen)
Sean Montgomery (Soldier and Alex)
Jordan Parente (Young Man and Waiter)
Audrey Rae McHale (Celeste #2 and Party Guest)
Whit Reichert (Mr. and Lee Randolph)
Zoe Vonder Haar (Old Lady and Blair Daniels)
Rebecca Watson (Freida, Mrs. and Betty)

Sponsorship & Support

Wells Fargo Advisors
Ann & Hugh Scott

St. Louis Theater Circle Awards

Outstanding Production of a Musical
Outstanding Director of a Musical (Rob Ruggiero)
Outstanding Acting Ensemble in a Musical
Outstanding Actor in a Musical (Ron Bohmer, tie)
Outstanding Set Design in a Musical (Adrian W. Jones)
Outstanding Costume Design in a Musical (Alejo Vietti)
Outstanding Lighting Design in a Musical (John Lasiter)
Outstanding Musical Direction (F. Wade Russo, tie)