The Highwood Theatre Would Like To Extend A Special Thanks To Those Who Have Contributed More Than $100 Since August 2013
Claire Sparks (Yvonne/Betty) is an 11th grader at Montgomery Blair High School performing in her first Highwood show. This is her first ever theatrical appearance, though she has performed onstage in a regional Irish Dance Championship and won 2nd place, and took a dance class in school experimenting with jazz, tap, hip-hop and Zumba. In addition, she has been doing pottery and sculpture for two years and sold several of her pieces at a school art show. Two things she enjoys are dancing and creating ceramics. An interesting fact about Claire is that she got a 1450/1520 on her pre-SATs, which is in the 99th percentile for both math and reading. "Enjoy the show!"
Alex Heywood (George) is an 8th grader at Eastern Middle School performing in his first Highwood show. Outside of Highwood, he has performed as IQ in Hairspray and Stage Manager in Our Town at EMS, along with participating in 4 years of Roundhouse Theatre summer camps. He enjoys acting and drawing. An interesting fact about Alex is that he is both gay and trans. "Be more fab!"
Ellie Sparks (Jules/Elaine) is an 8th grader at Eastern Middle School performing in her third Highwood show. Previous Highwood credits include Cliff in Cabaret'67 and "Cookie" in Nice Work If You Can Get It. She has also participated in Roundhouse Theatre, classes with the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, and performed a scene from As You Like It. She likes to draw and act. An interesting fact about Ellie is that she enjoys drawing concept art for board games. "Enjoy the show!"
Lindell Murray (Louise/Mrs./Charles Redmond) is a 4th grader at Singing Stars Montessori performing in her first Highwood show. In addition to participating in Highwood's Summer in the Arts camp previously, Lindell has attended an Irish drama camp (where she received 1st Prize in a show where she performed as a swan) and a drawing and painting camp. She enjoys drawing and playing video games. An interesting fact about Lindell is that she can paint and dance very well. "Enjoy the show!"
Christian Freeman (Soldier) is a 6th grader at Georgetown Day School performing in his first Highwood show. Christian enjoys acting and singing. An interesting fact about him is that he has 3 sisters and 3 brothers. "Sup!"
Rachel Sparks (Dot/Marie) is an 8th grade grade home school student and this is her thirteenth Highwood production. She was previously seen as Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret '67, Prudy/Gym Teacher in Hairspray, and Amy in Company. She likes to act and sing. An interesting fact about her is that she can play a song from Lord of the Rings on the recorder. "Go finish the hat!"
Ellie Orzulak (Old Lady/Nurse/Harriet Prawling) is a 9th grader at Duke Ellington School of the Creative and Performing Arts, performing in her first Highwood show. Previously she has appeared as Mama Euralie in Once On This Island and Edith in Pirates of Penzance at A. Mario Loiederman Middle School, where she also received recognition as Best Actress in a Musical in the National Junior Thespian Society. She enjoys both acting and singing. An interesting fact about her is that she's seen Hamilton twice. "Remember that all things in life are beautiful!"
Elijah Lathan-Kubalak is a 5th grader at St. John the Evangelist School performing in his first Highwood show. Outside of Highwood he has performed as the Ugly Duckling/Daddy Swan in a production at Imagination Stage and Louie in Mash Up Show at Strathmore. He enjoys doing gymnastics and dance. An interesting fact about Elijah is that he's adopted. "Enjoy the show!"
The Highwood Theatre wishes to extend a very special thanks to the following people who have contributed extra time and energy to this production:
Kevin Kearney, Orion Stekoll, Matthew Nicola, Sarah Scott, Toly Yarup, Jason Reid, Shannon Leach, William Lowe, Leora Cherry, Pat Wittie, Elana Kellner, Jack Singer, Tip Letsche, Montgomery College, Emelie Long, St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School, Marcy Ference, William Lowe, Katherine Epes, Anthony Khuri
A special shout out to our neighbor, Roadhouse Oldies, for their support!
Photography and video/audio recording is strictly prohibited.
© The Highwood Theatre Inc., July, 2016
What is the value of art? This serves as of the primary themes explored in Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking musical, "Sunday In The Park With George", which imagines the context for the creation of George Seurat's famous painting. The musical depicts the legacy of the artist behind the artwork, George, as he struggles to achieve his vision while maintaining a romantic relationship with Dot. Our summer musical production will dazzle you with its score and thrilling staging, and ask you to question matters of love and art in your own life.
A PEEK INTO REHEARSALS:
Director/Musical Director: Kevin Kearney
Technical Director: William Lowe
Lighting Design: William Lowe
Projection Design: Anthony Khuri
Prop Design: Jason Reid
Costume Design: Tip Letsche, Erika Sparks, Wendy Brown
Board Operator: Anthony Khuri
Follow Spot Operator: Simon Ellerbe
Crew: Maren Beriss, Eliana Rosenthal, Brooke Daniel,
Sarah Daniel, Callan Daniel
The Moorehead Family
Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza
The Stage Lighting Store
Thomas and Lauren Van Wazer
Pat and Bob Wittie
Jim and Sharon Lowe
The Middleton Family
Kenneth and Linda Nicola
Rick and Joanne Rome
The Starr Family
Susan Talarico and Michael Sundermeyer
Brian Taff and Susan Wilder
The Community Foundation for The National Capital Region
Doris Kearney in memory of Col. W. M. Kearney
Wittie, Letsche, & Waldo LLP
Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge, & Rice
United Way of the National Capital Region
The Halbreiner Family in memory of Robert N. Alfandre
The Robert N. Alfandre Foundation
The William and Karen Tell Foundation
West Wing Writers
S. Kann Sons Company Foundation
The Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS!
Julia Sparks (Celeste 1 & 2) is a 5th grader at Pine Crest Elementary School performing in her 2nd show at Highwood, having most recently appeared as Ernst/Cabaret Girl in Cabaret '67. Outside of Highwood she has performed in Roundhouse Theatre productions, won a spelling bee in 3rd and 4th grade, and sung in a school talent show with her friend. She likes to draw and play on the computer. An interesting fact about her is that she sometimes doesn't make any sense, and she loves drawing! “Have a fabulous time!"
Originally Directed on Broadway by James Lapine
Originally Produced on Broadway by The Shubert Organization and Emanuel Azenberg
By arrangement with Playwrights Horizon, Inc. New York City, which produced the original production of "Sunday in The Park With George" in 1983.
Sunday In The Park With George
Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
HOW YOU CAN HELP
The Highwood Theatre depends on you to help us expand our participant base and our programs. We really appreciate everything that you do!
The Adelfio Family
The Callahan Family
Linda and John Corkery
Linda Cartwright and John Dineen
The Emerson Family
Patti and Michael Goldman
Pauline Sobel and Larry Gondelman
The Greene Family
Barbara and Scott Harris
Deborah Hendler and Family
Robert and Phyllis Hoffman
Therese and Neil Intrater
Bryan and Jenny Kearney
Mike and Pam Kearney
Jane Estocin and Pete Klaiber
Geoffrey Klineberg and Ursula Werner
Joseph and Bonny Krenz
Maura and Jeffrey Leach Family
Susanne and Richard Leach
Bill and Doris Loehning
Bill and Beth Loizeaux
Amy Duroska and Richard Leidl in honor of the younger generation
Rochelle and Eric Mayer
Barnes and Noble
The Romanow Family
Frank and Betsy Russomanno
John and Rosemary Ryan
The Shusterman Family
Sean Yarup and Rebecca Stearns
Barbara, Larry, and Ben Stone
The Wilder/Taff Family
The Barker Family
Pascale, Liz, and Cornelius Bronder
Community Crisis Services, Inc.
Lawrence and Jessica Friedman
SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE
Music and Lyrics by
Directed by Kevin Kearney
Tell your friends and family
Tell them about our program and what it has done for your children or family member.
Suggest they come see a production; that’s our best form of advertisement
Remind them to tell everyone they know as well
Connect with us
Like our Facebook page
Share our posts and photos with your friends
Share links to The Highwood Theatre’s website
Follow us on Twitter (@HighwoodTheatre)
Follow us on Instagram (@thehighwoodtheatre)
Encourage your employer to get involved
Suggest that your business advertise in our programs
Encourage your business to make a donation or
match your contribution
For certain types of businesses, suggest that they donate in-kind to us
(we love food and technical equipment!)
Shop on AmazonSmile, and a percentage of your
purchase will go to Highwood
Show your support
Donate to our 2015-2016 Annual Fund
Buy tickets to see our productions, featuring both students and adults
Tell everyone you know to buy tickets to our shows and donate to our Annual Fund
George: Alex Heywood
Celeste 1 & 2: Julia Sparks
Dot: Rachel Sparks
Jules: Ellie Sparks
Louise/Mrs. : Lindell Murray
Boatman: Elijah Lathan-Kubalak
Old Lady/Nurse: Ellie Orzulak
Franz/Frieda/Mr. : Matthew Nicola
Louie: Orion Stekoll
Soldier: Christian Freeman
Yvonne: Claire Sparks
George: Alex Heywood
Blair Daniels: Julia Sparks
Marie/Dot: Rachel Sparks
Elaine: Ellie Sparks
Charles Redmond: Lindell Murray
Robert Greenberg: Elijah Lathan-Kubalak
Harriet Prawling: Ellie Orzulak
Nate Eisen: Matthew Nicola
Lee Randolph: Orion Stekoll
Alex: Christian Freeman
Betty: Claire Sparks
The Highwood Theatre is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, the S. Kann Sons Company Foundation, the William and Karen Tell Foundation, the Robert N. Alfandre Foundation, Wenger Corporation, and West Wing Writers.
The Highwood Theatre © 2017 | All Rights Reserved
914 Silver Spring Avenue, Silver Spring, MD 20910 USA 301-587-0697 firstname.lastname@example.org