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Les Misérables   Tour: Second National  

 
Les Misérables
Opening Date: May 21, 1988    
Closing Date: January 27, 1991

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



Production Staff
Produced by Cameron Mackintosh
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; Music orchestrated by John Cameron; Musical Director: John David Scott
Directed and Adapted by John Caird and Trevor Nunn; Associate Director: Richard Jay-Alexander
Designed by John Napier; Costume Design by Andreane Neofitou; Lighting Design by David Hersey; Sound Design by Jonathan Deans and Autograph
Executive Producer: Martin McCallum and Richard Jay-Alexander; General Manager: Alan Wasser
Musical Supervisor: Robert Billig
Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman
Cast
Gary Barker
Brujon
Thénardier's Gang
Chain Gang
Sailor
Drinker
Gary Beach
Thénardier
Chain Gang
Jordan Bennett
Courfeyrac
Farmer
Worker
Drinker
Greg Blanchard
Enjolras
Chain Gang
Tim Bowman
Combeferre
Chain Gang
Factory Foreman
Traveler
Stephen Breithaupt
Lesgles
Bishop of Digne
Diner
Kay Cole
Madame Thénardier
Kenny D'Aquila
Grantaire
Chain Gang
Bamatabois
Drinker
Sally Dworsky
Whore
Young Girl
Karen Fineman
Cosette
Whore
Joshua Finkel
Jean Prouvaire
Innkeeper
Pimp
Drunk
Tom Flynn
Montparnasse
Thénardier's Gang
Chain Gang
Labourer
Young Couple (Man)
Peter Gantenbein
Babet
Thénardier's Gang
Constable
Traveler
Phillip Glasser
Gavroche
Alternate
Reece Holland
Marius
Chain Gang
Thomas Keeling
Joly
Chain Gang
Worker
Sailor
Old Couple (Man)
Jessica Lightbourn
Young Cosette
Alternate
Young Eponine
Alternate
Jeff McCarthy
Javert
Kimberly McCullough
Young Cosette
Alternate
Young Eponine
Alternate
Marsha Mercant
Woman Worker
Old Crone
Old Couple (Woman)
Lisa Michelson
Whore
Young Couple (Woman)
Michelle Nicastro
Eponine
Whore
Elinore O'Connell
Fantine
Tina Paradiso
Woman Worker
Old Woman
Drinker
Betty Pattengale
Innkeeper's Wife
Whore
Drinker
Old Beggar Woman
Hollis Resnik
Factory Girl
Whore
Drinker
Young Prostitute
Ellen Rockne
Woman Worker
Whore
Young Girl
Anne Runolfsson
Woman Worker
Anne Marie Runolfsson
Whore
Raymond Saar
Feuilly
Chain Gang
Sailor
Young Man
Enjolras
William Solo
Jean Valjean
Amanda Jo Steppe
Young Cosette
Alternate
Young Eponine
Alternate
Josh C. Williams
Gavroche
Alternate
Bruce Winant
Claquesous
Thénardier's Gang
Constable
Fauchelevent
Drinker
Pimp
Swings: Eydie Alyson, Amick Byram, Wayne Scherzer and Alice Vienneau
Understudies: Gary Barker (Jean Valjean), Jordan Bennett (Jean Valjean), Tim Bowman (Javert), Amick Byram (Enjolras), Sally Dworsky (Eponine), Joshua Finkel (Thénardier), Tom Flynn (Javert), Peter Gantenbein (Marius), Thomas Keeling (Marius), Marsha Mercant (Madame Thénardier), Lisa Michelson (Cosette, Eponine), Tina Paradiso (Madame Thénardier), Hollis Resnik (Fantine), Ellen Rockne (Cosette), Anne Marie Runolfsson (Fantine) and Bruce Winant (Thénardier)
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Nov 1, 1989 - Jan 27, 1991 Curran Theatre San Francisco, CA
May 21, 1988 - Jul 23, 1989 Shubert Theatre Los Angeles, CA