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* [[Episode 4316]] spoofs the musical as a frustrated [[Oscar the Grouch]], joined by [[Abby Cadabby]], attempts to make a painting. The episode is titled "Finishing the Splat," a spin on the show's song, "Finishing the Hat." The two even sing a song ("[[Look I Made a Splat]]") that spoofs the tune as well.
 
* [[Episode 4316]] spoofs the musical as a frustrated [[Oscar the Grouch]], joined by [[Abby Cadabby]], attempts to make a painting. The episode is titled "Finishing the Splat," a spin on the show's song, "Finishing the Hat." The two even sing a song ("[[Look I Made a Splat]]") that spoofs the tune as well.
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* In another Sesame Street sketch, Bert hears a tuba and recognizes the tune as "Oompah in the Park with Ned".
   
 
==Connections==
 
==Connections==

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Sunday in the Park with George is a 1984 Broadway musical inspired by Georges Seurat's painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. The musical features a book written by James Lapine with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim.

References

  • In Episode 2095 of Sesame Street, Mandy Patinkin, who originally played George in the Broadway show, appears as a police officer named George. After Big Bird invites him to the park, he tells Barkley, "Isn't it great..we're gonna have Sunday in the Park with Ossifer [sic] George!"
  • In another Sesame Street sketch, Bert hears a tuba and recognizes the tune as "Oompah in the Park with Ned".

Connections

  • Santino Fontana played Soldier/Alex in the 2008 revival
  • Jake Gyllenhaal played George in the 2017 revival
  • Dana Ivey played Yvonne/Naomi Eisen in the original Broadway production
  • Charles Kimbrough played Jules/Bob Greenberg in the original Broadway production
  • Zachary Levi played Jules/Bob Greenberg in the 2016 New York City Center Concert production
  • Bernadette Peters played Dot/Marie in the original Broadway production
  • Robert Westenberg played played Soldier/Alex and was an understudy/replacement George in the original Broadway production
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