Sunday Park
Georges/George

photo by Mark Frohna

in
the
George
“From its opening minutes we know we're watching something special, 
thanks to Sean Allan Krill and Alison Mary Forbes. 
The palpable chemistry between them builds a bridge 
to this show's frequently maligned second act.  
Skylight's Act Two isn't just credible.  It's wonderful.”
~ Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
“Krill's George can be 
as fiercely intense about his art 
as the best of the Georges I've seen, 
as well as gentler and ultimately warmer than any of them.
He doesn't give us a 
Byronic superhero, but a man - 
emotionally hungry, often insecure 
and susceptible to great pain 
and hurt, even in his 
ostensibly comic moments.”
~ Milwaukee 
Journal-Sentinel
“Krill plays Seurat 
with just the right mixture of disconnected obsession 
and human tenderness, 
to keep the character at a distance 
without making him seem 
cold and uncaring.  
The artist’s obsession is seen 
as passion, giving the character 
an inner resonance 
without overpowering his 
reclusive core.”
~ Milwaukee Sheperd-Express
“Krill captures the obsessive drive of Act One Georges, 
and the touching vulnerability of Act Two George.” ~ MilwaukeeMag.com
“Krill bridges the gap between the generations with utmost skill.” 
~ totaltheater.com
“Krill & Forbes each contribute quiet depth and vulnerability, 
while navigating the score with ease.” ~ OnMilwaukee.com

photo by Mark Frohna

photo by Mark Frohna

photo by Mark Frohna

With
scrapbook
Sketch sketch sketch sketch..
Life-size cutouts of yourself everywhere? It’s just so strange.
There he is.
It never wasn’t weird.
The last Sunday of the run - and also my birthday.  
A wonderful gathering before the show - in the park, of course.
Andrew’s stage left masterpiece.
Au revoir, Georg.
Although apparently he still hangs out at the Skylight offices:

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