History Theatre / SundayInTheParkWithGeorge

13th May '18 11:45:08 AM vifetoile
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** 2008: The entire stage was completely white, and the backgrounds and ensemble characters were added using [[TechnologyMarchesOn projections]], allowing Georges to literally create the painting with a wave of his brush.

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** 2008: The entire stage was completely white, and the backgrounds and ensemble characters were added using [[TechnologyMarchesOn projections]], projections, allowing Georges to literally create the painting with a wave of his brush.
5th Mar '18 4:56:00 PM nombretomado
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A 1984 {{Musical}} with music and lyrics by Creator/StephenSondheim and book by James Lapine. It was the first in a series of shows the two collaborated on, among them ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'' and ''Passion''. It is based around a fictional telling of the creation of the painting ''A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte'', the MagnumOpus of painter Georges-Pierre Seurat.

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A 1984 {{Musical}} with music and lyrics by Creator/StephenSondheim Music/StephenSondheim and book by James Lapine. It was the first in a series of shows the two collaborated on, among them ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'' and ''Passion''. It is based around a fictional telling of the creation of the painting ''A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte'', the MagnumOpus of painter Georges-Pierre Seurat.
9th Oct '17 9:56:03 PM rzrettig96
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* ReadingTheStageDirectionsOutLoud: Marie does this just before the presentation of the Chromolume.
--> '''Marie''': George begins to activate the Chromolume machine as...
--> '''George''': Don't read that part, Grandmother.
--> '''Marie''': Oh...don't read this...
16th May '17 1:55:48 AM PaulA
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* OscarBait: Or Tony Bait, though it won the Pulitzer Prize and not the Tony Award. This is a classic example of what WilliamGoldman would call a "Snob Hit," being full of {{Genius Bonus}}es and being very much about art and art criticism.

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* OscarBait: Or Tony Bait, though it won the Pulitzer Prize and not the Tony Award. This is a classic example of what WilliamGoldman Creator/WilliamGoldman would call a "Snob Hit," being full of {{Genius Bonus}}es and being very much about art and art criticism.
27th Apr '17 10:09:03 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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* Fanfare: The horn solo at the end of "Sunday."

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* Fanfare: {{Fanfare}}: The horn solo at the end of "Sunday."
27th Apr '17 10:07:59 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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* Fanfare: The horn solo at the end of "Sunday."
27th Apr '17 10:01:01 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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->''"White, a blank page or canvas. His favorite. So many possibilities..."''
-->-- '''George'''

27th Apr '17 9:58:46 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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27th Apr '17 9:56:13 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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* ThemeandVariationsSoundtrack: Most of the score is comprised of the same musical material. Melodies, harmonies, and accompaniment figures are endlessly combined and reworked in different ways throughout the show.

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* ThemeandVariationsSoundtrack: ThemeAndVariationsSoundtrack: Most of the score is comprised of the same musical material. Melodies, harmonies, and accompaniment figures are endlessly combined and reworked in different ways throughout the show.
27th Apr '17 9:55:42 AM WalrithioustheGreat
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* Theme-and-VariationsSoundtrack: Most of the score is comprised of the same musical material. Melodies, harmonies, and accompaniment figures are endlessly combined and reworked in different ways throughout the show.

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* Theme-and-VariationsSoundtrack: ThemeandVariationsSoundtrack: Most of the score is comprised of the same musical material. Melodies, harmonies, and accompaniment figures are endlessly combined and reworked in different ways throughout the show.
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