The show will reopen on Broadway at the Hudson Theatre February 23.
The Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical Sunday in the Park with George made its Broadway debut at the Booth Theatre May 2, 1984, where it ran for 604 performances. Starring Mandy Patinkin as George and Bernadette Peters as Dot, the premiere Broadway company also included Barbara Bryne as the Old Lady, Brent Spiner as Franz, Charles Kimbrough as Jules, and Dana Ivey as Yvonne. The show was revived on Broadway in 2008, in a Roundabout Theatre Company production that was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
The Jake Gyllenhaal-Annaleigh Ashford concert version of Sunday in the Park With George, which premiered at the New York City Center last fall, has transferred to Broadway and officially opens February 23 at the Hudson Theatre.
Flip through photos from past productions below:
Look Back at Past Productions of Sunday in the Park with George
Tickets can be purchased online at Thehudsonbroadway.com, by calling (855) 801-5876, or in person at the Hudson Theatre box office, which is now open.
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