Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics: Don Black
American Adaptation and Additional Lyrics: Richard Maltby, Jr.


Scenic and Lighting Design: Edward Pierce
Costume Design: Robert Guy Kurt
Sound Design: Eric Fischer
Technical Consultant: Theatresmith, Inc.
Press & Marketing: TOURture Press & Marketing
Orchestrations: Daryl Waters
Associate General Manager: Peg Schuler
Production Stage Manager: Babette M. Roberts
Casting: Paul Hardt/JFP
Executive Producer/General Manager: Jeffrey Finn
Musical Director/Conductor: Steve Marzullo
Director: Marcia Milgrom Dodge

Andrew Lloyd Weber's Tell Me on A Sunday is one of Broadway's most passionate scores, and features a young English woman's emotional journey as she navigates relationships and career in contemporary New York City. Alice Ripley stars, on the foot heels of her recent Kennedy Center, tour de force performance as Amy in Company this past summer.

Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience some of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most lush and haunting melodies, including "Unexpected Song" and "Tell Me On A Sunday." The Washington Post raves that Alice Ripley is "Letter Perfect" and Variety declares Ripley a "Dazzling Showstopper."


"Tell Me On A Sunday is the best thing that Lloyd Webber has so far written for the theatre." – New York Post

"An explosion of magic, a tonic to lift the heart." – The London Times

"Tell Me on A Sunday is the best thing that Lloyd Webber has so far written for the theatre. The bittersweet, crazy-cute lyrics provided Lloyd Webber with the chance to write about a real human being." – The New York Post

"A unique delight. Simple, exciting and ever so lightly touching, it can be taken to your heart in a most direct way. You can embrace this show." – The Philadelphia Inquirer

"An intimate spectacular with a superb Andrew Lloyd Webber score. Though characteristically rock oriented, the score ranges from Latin rhythms to zippy razzmatazz, with Don Black lyrics to match." – The Christian Science Monitor

"Tell Me on A Sunday amounts to a brightly spirited entertainment, good to look at throughout and agreeable to the ear." – Daily News

"Webber has written a variety of songs in different styles, instead of his usual variations on one song, and has hooked up with Don Black, who provides him with intelligent and witty lyrics." – New York Native