Les Miserables

Les Miserables

LES MISERABLES

Venue: The Bruce Mason Centre
Season: April – May 2001

ARTISTIC TEAM

Director: John Antony
Musical Director: Kerry Priestley
Choreographer: Kathy O’Meara

Jean Valjean, an ex-con, has transformed himself to become mayor and the owner of a factory. But when he is moved to help one of his former workers, Fantine, Valjean’s past is brought to light, and he is forced to abandon everything to run from Javert, the chief of police, dead set on bringing him to justice. Nine years later, Cosette, Fantine’s child, has been raised by Valjean and has fallen in love with Marius, a fighter in the French revolution. With Javert on the hunt and a revolution tearing the city apart, everyone is forced to question what they’re willing to sacrifice in pursuit of love and justice.

PRODUCED BY NORTH SHORE MUSIC THEATRE
Production Manger:
Ray Meehan

THE CAST

Jean Valjean: James MacKay
Javert: Richard Neame
Fantine: Terri Williams
Marius: Damian Simpson
Cosette: Caroline Everitt
Eponine: Louise Williams
Enjolras: Simon Green
Thenardier: Greg Ward
Madame Thenardier: Paula Keenan
Gavroche: Jamie Clark / Julien van Mellaerts
Little Cosette: Kirstie Gray / Amy Yalland
Little Eponine: Emily Robins / Cathy Rood

COMPANY
Luke Bodle, John Cameron, Ian Carr, Amber Brady, Chelsea Cameron, Marie Campfield, Irene Downes, Paul Carroll, John Ferguson, Greg Hahn, AJ Hay, Sarah Kraft, Wendy Kristensen, Fleur Lowery-McComb, Robert Hughes, Jamie Linehan, Jolyon Ludbrook, Pip MacKay, Liz McLellan, Denise Mowberry, Claire Overton, John Moloney, Dwane Morgan, Brent Redwood, Warren Vickery, Angela Wills, Lizzie Wright

Skills

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January 29, 2015

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