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Les Miserables

Les Miserables
September 5-8, 2013
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Thur-Sat 8pm
Sat & Sun 2pm

Book by Alain Boublil &

Claude-Michel Schonberg

Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg

Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer

Director: Rachel Francisco
Music Director: Jennifer Goltz-Taylor
Assistant Director Emeritus: Andy Ballnik
Assistant Director/Stage Manager: Cami Ross
Costume Designers: Nan Wirth & Christine Sliviera
Lighting Designer: Andres Holder
Graphic Design: Ashley Wilburn
Sound Design: Bob Skon
Lead Set Builder: Scott Fussy
Production Liaison: Wendy Sielaff

Jean Valjean – Anthony Provenzola
Javert – Michael Smith
Fantine – January Provenzola
Cosette – Katy Kujala
Marius – Dustin Lolli
Enjolras – Robby Griswold
Eponine – Kimmy Hay
Thenardier – Chris Shewchenko
Mme. Thenardier – Trisha Fountain
Young Cosette – Audrey Waugh
Gavroche – Landon Brimacombe

CHORUS (named and unnamed roles)
Kathy Waugh – woman 1 and 2
Madison Merlanti
Julia Piper 
Megan Messer 
Laura Zenni – factory girl 
Tracey Bowen – innkeeper’s wife 
Amanda Bynum 
Kelly Copley 
Jennifer Burks
Aubrey Donnell
Marita Boehman 
Sarah Rau 
Kate Papachristou 
Amanda Burch (with the tenors; soldier)
Hank Naasko
John Troost-Frontere 
Jean-Luc Deladurantaye – Feuilly
Kurt Bowen 
Nick Pettengill – Joly 
Aaron Greunke – Courfeyrac 
Michael Joseph – Lesgles 
Joseph Daniel – Bishop 
Scott Sanborn – Fauchelevant/soldier 
Zachary Whitt – Claquesous 
Arjun Nagpal – Combeferre 
Elijah Cox – Prouvaire 
Patrick Ballnik – student on the barricade 
Paul Reece – student on the barricade 
Eric Klooster – laborer/soldier 
Jeff Miller – Brujon 
Andrew Szykula – Foreman/soldier 
Mark Brown – farmer/soldier 
Richard Graham – pimp/soldier 

Ryan Klooster 
Jeremy Klooster 
Maximillian Ascani 
Emma Li 
Lacey Cooper 
Vivian Waugh 
Nicolas Provenzola 
Elise Crause 

 History and humanity collide in this musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s immortal tale.

Jean Valjean, freed after 19 years of unjust imprisonment into the harsh world of 19th Century France, struggles to reinvent himself. He breaks his parole and is pursued by a relentless police inspector, Javert. As the musical reaches its crescendo, an act of mercy results in a stunning event that allows Jean Valjean the peace he has dreamed of for so long.