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Les Misérables   

Broadhurst Theatre, (11/09/2006 - 1/06/2008)
First Preview: Oct 24, 2006 Total Previews: 17
Opening Date: Nov 09, 2006    
Closing Date: Jan 06, 2008 Total Performances: 463

Category: Musical, Drama, Revival, Broadway
Setting: In France: Digne, 1815; Montreuil-Sur-Mer, 1823; Montfermeil, 1823; Paris, 1832.


Production Staff [See More]
Theatre Owned / Operated by The Shubert Organization (Gerald Schoenfeld: Chairman; Philip J. Smith: President; Robert E. Wankel: Executive Vice President)
Produced by Cameron Mackintosh
Original London production by Cameron Mackintosh and The Royal Shakespeare Company (Terry Hands, Artistic Director)
Book by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg; Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg; Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer; Based on the novel by Victor Hugo; Original French text by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel; Additional material by James Fenton; New Orchestrations by Christopher Jahnke; Co - Orchestrator: Stephen Metcalfe; Original orchestrations by John Cameron; Musical Director: Kevin Stites
Directed and Adapted by John Caird and Trevor Nunn; Associate Director: Shaun Kerrison and Fred Hanson
Scenic Design by John Napier; Lighting Design by David Hersey; Costume Design by Andreane Neofitou; Sound Design by Jon Weston, Andrew Bruce and Autograph; Associate Lighting Design: Ted Mather; Associate Costume Design: Rick Kelly; Hair Design by Tom Watson; Moving Lights Programmer: Alan Boyd and Robert Halliday; Associate Scenic Design (UK): Sue Jenkinson DiAmico and Matt Kinley; Associate Costume Design (UK): Elise Napier
Executive Producer: Nicholas Allott, Matthew Dalco and Fred Hanson; General Manager: Alan Wasser Associates, Allan Williams and Robert Nolan; Company Manager: Abra Stanley Leonard; Associate Co. Mgr: Steve Greer and Christopher D'Angelo
Technical Production Manager: Jake Bell; Production Stage Manager: Michael J. Passaro; Stage Manager: Charles Underhill and Jim Athens
Orchestral Adaptation: Stephen Brooker; Musical Supervisor: Stephen Brooker; Conducted by Kevin Stites; Associate Conductor: Paul Raiman; Flute/Piccolo/Alto Flute/Alto Recorder: Bob Bush; Oboe/English Horn: Laura Wallis; Clarinet/Bass Clarinet/Tenor Recorder: Jonathan Levine; Trumpet/Flugel: Timothy Schadt; Bass Trombone/Tuba: Chris Olness; French Horn: Brad Gemeinhardt, Sara Cyrus and Michael Atkinson; Violin: Martin Agee; Viola: Debra Shufelt-Dine; Cello: Clay C. Ruede; Bass: Dave Phillips; Mallets/Timpani/Percussion: Charles Descarfino; Keyboards: Paul Raiman and Annbritt duChateau; Musical Coordinator: John Miller; Music Copyists: Emily Grishman Music Preparation; Synthesizer Programmer: Stuart Andrews
Casting: Tara Rubin Casting; Dance Captain: Matt Clemens; Movement Consultant: Kate Flatt; General Press Representative: The Publicity Office; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Michael Le Poer Trench and Joan Marcus; Associate Casting Director: Dunja Vitolic
Cast
Gary Beach
Thénardier
Alexander Gemignani
Jean Valjean
(Oct 24, 2006 - Jul 22, 2007)
Norm Lewis
Javert
Daphne Rubin-Vega
Fantine
Ali Ewoldt
Cosette
Whore
Jenny Galloway
Broadway Debut
Madame Thénardier
Adam Jacobs
Broadway Debut
Marius
Celia Keenan-Bolger
Eponine
Whore
Aaron Lazar
Enjolras
Tess Adams
Young Cosette
Alternate
Young Eponine
Alternate
Becca Ayers
Woman Worker
Whore
Daniel Bogart
Combeferre
Worker
Bamatabois
Justin Bohon
Joly
Worker
Sailor
Major Domo
Kate Chapman
Woman Worker
Madame
Brian D'Addario
Gavroche
Alternate
Nikki Renée Daniels
Woman Worker
Madeleine
Whore
Karen Elliott
Woman Worker
Innkeeper's Wife
Old Woman
Old Beggar Woman
Blake Ginther
Feuilly
Worker
J.D. Goldblatt
Montparnasse
Thénardier's Gang
Labourer
Worker
Pimp
Kylie Liya Goldstein
Young Cosette
Alternate
Young Eponine
Alternate
Marya Grandy
Woman Worker
Crone
Victor W. Hawks
Brujon
Thénardier's Gang
Worker
Sailor
Robert Hunt
Courfeyrac
Foreman
Champmathieu
Nehal Joshi
Lesgles
Constable
Worker
Sailor
Jeff Kready
Babet
Thénardier's Gang
Constable
Worker
Fauchelevent
Doug Kreeger
Jean Prouvaire
Farmer
Worker
James Chip Leonard
Claquesous
Thénardier's Gang
Bishop of Digne
Worker
Jacob Levine
Gavroche
(Nov 09, 2006 - Mar 15, 2007) Alternate
Megan McGinnis
Woman Worker
Whore
Austyn Myers
Broadway Debut
Gavroche
Alternate
Drew Sarich
Grantaire
Innkeeper
Worker
Carly Rose Sonenclar
Young Eponine
Alternate
Young Cosette
Alternate
Haviland Stillwell
Whore
Factory Girl
Idara Victor
Whore
Woman Worker
Swings: Matt Clemens, Marissa McGowan, Q. Smith and Stephen Trafton
Understudies: Daniel Bogart (Marius), Nikki Renée Daniels (Fantine), Karen Elliott (Madame Thénardier), Victor W. Hawks (Jean Valjean), Robert Hunt (Javert), Jeff Kready (Jean Valjean), Doug Kreeger (Marius), James Chip Leonard (Thénardier), Megan McGinnis (Eponine), Marissa McGowan (Eponine), Drew Sarich (Enjolras, Javert), Haviland Stillwell (Fantine) and Idara Victor (Cosette)
Drama Desk Award
2007 Outstanding Revival of a Musical [nominee]
Produced by Cameron Mackintosh
2007 Outstanding Featured Actor in a Musical [nominee]
Aaron Lazar
2007 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical [nominee]
Celia Keenan-Bolger
ACT 1 Sung By
Prologue The Company
Soliloquy Jean Valjean
At the End of the Day Unemployed and Factory Workers
I Dreamed a Dream Fantine
Lovely Ladies Ladies and Clients
Who Am I? Jean Valjean
Come to Me Fantine and Jean Valjean
Castle on a Cloud Young Cosette
Master of the House Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Customers
Thénardier Waltz (of Treachery) Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Jean Valjean
Look Down Gavroche and Beggars
Stars Javert
Red and Black Enjolras, Marius and Students
Do You Hear the People Sing Enjolras, Students and Citizens
In My Life Cosette, Jean Valjean, Marius and Eponine
A Heart Full of Love Cosette, Marius and Eponine
One Day More The Company
ACT 2 Sung By
On My Own Eponine
A Little Fall of Rain Eponine and Marius
Drink with Me to Days Gone By Grantaire, Students and Women
Bring Him Home Jean Valjean
Dog Eats Dog Thénardier
Soliloquy (Javert's Suicide) Javert
Empty Chairs at Empty Tables Marius
Wedding Chorale Guests
Beggars at the Feast Thénardier and Madame Thénardier
Finale The Company