Thursday, January 10, 2008

Sunday in the Park With George-Applause Theatre Service Has Amazing Seats For You

I saw Sunday in the Park with George on Broadway many years ago with Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters, two of Broadway's magnificent talents of our times. It was a terrific show indeed. I can't wait to see it all over again this month.

This production coming to Broadway on January 25, 2008 will be the first Broadway revival and is being produced as a part of the famous Roundabout Theatre Company series. With Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Book by James Lepine and direction by Sam Buntrock, this show should be one of the top selling Broadway shows in a short time. It's playing at Studio 54 so it will be a nice, intimate place to enjoy Sunday in the Park With George .

The show has an awesome cast. They are Daniel Evans, Jenna Russell, Michael Cumpsty, Alexander Gemignani and Jessica Molaskey. This 1985 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical follows the life and times of the French impressionist George Seurat during a creation of his much celebrated work of art and masterpiece, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte-1884". The first act takes place in 1884 where we see the artist believes that "art comes before love'. Interestingly enough, the second act of this great musical takes place in the 1980's and depicts how the great artist Seurat's great-grandson deals with several artistic struggles of his own, and how he is seeking the true inspiration for art that his great-grandfather had a natural love and appreciation for.

For a limited time only, Applause Theatre Service, a local Broadway Ticket Expert serving the theatre going public has "insider prices" on a limited number of seats. The show is a limited engagement so if you want to see something really special on Broadway, give us a call today in New York at 212-307-7050 or 1-800-451-9930.

Fresh from great success in London recently, this Sunday in the Park With George revival should be very popular with the New York and tri-state area crowd of theatre-goers not to mention tourists that visit from out-of-town in the coming months.

We hope you love this show. Enjoy.

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