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A celebration of life and art. It is A Sunday Afternoon in Paris, George, a poor impressionist painter brilliantly captures, the young ladies, couples, children, tramps and their dogs enjoying a Sunday afternoon stroll in the park. As George sketches his lover Dot and the painting becomes a work of art, their relationship falls apart. A 100 years later the painting hangs in an art gallery, admired and discussed, studied and criticised, but what happened to the characters in the picture when it was completed? Immortalised forever in a single moment by the painters brush, but life and art goes on. Running time 2 hrs 30 mins including one intervalPerformers Daniel Evans (George), Anna-Jane Casey (Dot not Wyndhams), Jenna Russell (Dot - Wyndhams), Simon Green, Ian McLarnon, Mark McKerracher, Alasdair Harvey, Liza Sadovy, Gay Soper.
Design Sondheim. Book by James Lapine. Producer Boyett Ostar. Producer David Babani. Producer Danielle Tarento (for Chocolate Factory Productions). Producer Caro Newling (for Neal Street Productions). Producer Mark Rubinstein. Director Sam Buntrock. Design David Farley. Lighting Natasha Chivers. Music Christopher Gattell (musical staging). Director Caroline Humphris (music). Sound Gareth Owen. Sound Seb Frost (for Orbital).
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