Photos: Take a Look at Graham Phillips and Talia Suskauer-Led Sunday in the Park With George | Playbill

Production Photos Photos: Take a Look at Graham Phillips and Talia Suskauer-Led Sunday in the Park With George

The Pulitzer Prize-winning Stephen Sondheim musical is currently playing New Jersey's Axelrod Performing Arts Center.

Graham Phillips and company of Sunday in the Park with George Micheal Hull

The Axelrod Performing Arts Center production of Sunday in the Park with George, which began performances March 8, is currently playing the New Jersey venue through March 24.

Eamon Foley directs and choreographs Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical with Graham Phillips (13) starring as Georges Seurat and George, Talia Suskauer (Wicked) as Dot and Marie, Joy Hermalyn (Fiddler on the Roof) as the Old Lady and Blair, and Bernard Dotson (Paradise Square) as Jules and Bob Greenberg.

They are joined on stage by Kevin Arnold, Giuliana Augello, Anthony Cataldo, Katie Davis, Bridget Gooley, James C. Harris, Isabel Lagana, Ella Mangano, Dylan Randazzo, Allie Seibold, and six dancers from the Axelrod Contemporary Ballet Theater Company: Alyssa Harris, Giana Carroll, Lindsay Jorgensen, Olivia Miranda, Sarah Takash, and Gillian Worek.

Take a look at Foley's dance-forward production in the photo gallery below:

Photos: Sunday in the Park with George at Axelrod Performing Arts Center

The limited engagement also features music direction by Jacob Yates, scenic design by Ryan Howell, costume design by DW Withrow, projection design by Brad Peterson, lighting design by Paul Miller, and additional wig design by J. Jared Janas.

Dave Zuckerman is the executive producer, and Robin Foley, Nancy Karpf, and Katie Birenboim are co-producers.

Sunday in the Park With George opened on Broadway in 1984 starring Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters and subsequently received Tony Awards for Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting Design. The Pulitzer Prize for Drama followed in 1985.

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