Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 30 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Sunday in the Park with George
"Yoo-Hoo". This song was supposed to be sung by the boys in the picture "Bathing at Asniers", but it was cut before the Broadway opening.
7. "If my legs were longer, if my bust was smaller, if my hands were graceful, if my waist was thinner, if my hips were flatter, if my voice was warm, if I could concentrate!"
"An original". This is said in the song "Putting It Together" when his work is being shown.
"The one in the light hat.". This is Celeste 2.
|What is the first thing Dot thanks George for in the song "Hot Up Here" at the beginning of the second act?||"Sunday In The Park" Quiz
"The shade.". This song is sung as if these chracters have been up in the painting ever since it was painted.
"Condesending". He says this as George tries to draw his dog.
"Capture us.". Marie sings this in "Children and Art".
Fifi. The other dog is called Bruce.
Beer. This happens during the song "Colour and Light".
"Charles". "Marie has the ball of Charles." The character in Dot's grammar book is who she names her daughter after.
"Nothing is wrong with him.". Louie is Dot's eventual husband even though deep down she always loved George.
Red. This is the answer to Dot's question about what she should wear to the Follies. In the end George does not take her.
"Funny". Marie sings an ode to Dot, her mother, called "chidren and art".
Violet. George also asks this question to Jules when he is first shown the painting.
Lesson 8 and pronouns. This book is later an insight for young George into the life of his great-grandmother.
Elaine. She plays young George's ex-wife, whereas Celeste 1 only plays a waitress in the second act.
"Bathing at Asniers". This was Seurat's first painting and was ridiculed for its un-orthodox subject.
"I feel foolish.". Her next line is "I hate this thing". She is talking about her dress.
"White". "White, a blank page or canvas". These are the first lines that George says about his work.
Philip Quast. Philip stared in the "National's" production opposite Maria Friedman as Dot.
|The 2006 London revival of the show won four Oliver Awards (the British equivalent of a Tony Award). When it was revived on Broadway in 2008, it was nominated for nine Tony Awards. Out of those nine Tony nominations, how many did the show actually win?||Sunday in the Park with George
0. The show was shut out in all design categories by the Rodgers and Hammerstein revival of "South Pacific", which also beat "Sunday" in Best Actor in a Musical, Best Director of a Musical, and Best Revival of a Musical category. The 2008 Broadway Revival of "Gypsy" beat "Sunday" in Best Leading Actress in a Musical. "In the Heights", which won Best Musical, beat out "Sunday" in Best Orchestrations.
Alexander Gemignani. He played the Beadle in the 2005 Broadway revival of "Sweeney Todd" and replaced David Hess as Sweeney on tour when David Hess had a vocal strain. He also starred as John Hinckley in the 2004 Roundabout revival of "Assassins".
None of these. The original casting was the Boatman/Charles Redmond.
|How many cast members from the original Broadway cast of "Sunday in the Park with George" also were in the original cast of "Into the Woods"?||Sunday in the Park with George
4. Bernadette Peters, who played Dot/Marie in "Sunday" played the Witch. Danielle Ferland, who played Louise/A Boy in "Sunday" but left before it was filmed, played Little Red Riding Hood. Barbara Bryne, who played Old Lady/Blair Daniels in "Sunday",played Jack's mother. Robert Westenberg, who played Soldier/Alex in "Sunday", played the Wolf and Cinderella's Prince.
Bernadette Peters. Bernadette Peters later won a Tony for "Annie Get Your Gun" and starred in the 2003 Broadway Revival of "Gypsy".
Mandy Patinkin. This was his second Broadway show after making his debut opposite Patti LuPone in "Evita". He reprised the role of George in 1994 for a Tenth Anniversary concert.
Studio 54. "Sunday in the Park" joins "Pacific Overtures" and "Assassins", which also ran in Studio 54.
Stephen Sondheim. This was the first show that Sondheim worked on that Harold Prince didn't produce. "Merrily we Roll Along", which flopped and broke up the partnership between Sondheim and Prince, made Sondheim also consider leaving the music and lyric business.
James Lapine. James Lapine also later worked on "Into the Woods".
"A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" by Georges Seurat. According to the show, the painting was ridiculed, but the United States loves this painting and put it in the Chicago Art Museum. "La Poudreuse" and "Une Baignade Asnireres" are both in the show.