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News Sunday in the Park with George Tickets on Pre-Sale Oct. 31 to AmEx Cardholders American Express cardholders are now able to purchase tickets for the upcoming Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Sunday in the Park with George.

Roundabout Theatre Company will present the Menier Chocolate Factory production of the musical at Studio 54. Sam Buntrock directs the limited engagement, which will begin previews Jan. 18, 2008, and open Feb. 21.

Tickets will go on sale to the public Nov. 17. To purchase tickets call Roundabout Ticket Services at (212) 719-1300 or visit The Studio 54 box office is located in Manhattan at 254 West 54th Street.


As previously reported, Daniel Evans and Jenna Russell — who starred as George and Dot, respectively, at London's Menier — will reprise their work for New York audiences.

Joining them will be Michael Cumpsty (Democracy, Copenhagen) as Jules/Bob, Alexander Gemignani (Les Misérables, Assassins) as Boatman/Dennis, Jessica Molaskey (Parade, Dream) as Yvonne/Naomi with Mary Beth Peil (Nine, The King and I) as Old Lady/ Blair. The ensemble will feature Ed Dixon (as Mr. Charles), Santino Fontana (Soldier/Alex), Kelsey Fowler (Louise), Jessica Grove (Celeste #2/Silent Artist), Alison Horowitz (Louise), Stacie Morgain Lewis (Frieda/Betty), Drew McVety (Louis/Billy), Anne Nathan (Nurse/Mrs. Harriet), Brynn O'Malley (Celeste #1) and David Turner (Franz/Lee).

The design team includes Caroline Humphris (musical director), David Farley (set and costume design), Ken Billington (lighting design), Sebastian Frost (sound design) and Tim Bird (projection design).

Roundabout in association with Boyett Ostar Productions, David Babani (of the Menier), Caro Newling for Neal Street Productions and Mark Rubinstein produce the new Broadway run. The revival first bowed at the Menier before moving to the Wyndham's Theatre in London's West End.

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