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Les Miserables, School Edition

a Musical
CATEGORY : DRAMA MUSICAL
by Book by Alain Boublil, Lyrics by Alain Boublil & Herbert Kretzmer, Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg

COMPANY : The Twilight Theatre [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Frederick Brown, Jr. Amphitheater [WEBSITE]
ID# 2231

SHOWING : July 06, 2007 - July 15, 2007

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION


CAST & CREW LIST
Director/Music Director Alison Chambers
Ensemble Rachel Bell
ABC Society Ensemble Henry Bentley
Thenardier Trevor Comeou
Young Cosette Maddie Corley
Enjorlas Alex Couch
Ensemble Garland Davenport
Marius Brent Davis
ABC Society Ensemble Rachel Marie Denny
Ensemble Alex Docalavich
Javert Charlie Duncan
Ensemble Claire Eskew
ABC Society Ensemble Nick Fehn
Fantine Amy Hebel
Ensemble Hannah Herdon
Ensemble Hannah Herndon
Factory Girl Jennifer Holcombe
Ensemble Mallory Hu
Orchestra Conductor LeeAura Marcum
Jean Valjean Trevor Martin
ABC Society Ensemble Russell McCord
Ensemble Michelle Mesko
Madame Thenardier Mumbi Ndonga
ABC Society Ensemble Ben Papac
Prouvaire, Claquesous, Prisoner #3, Sail Ben Papac
Grantaire Michael Reep
Bamatabois Michael Rodriguez
Young Eponine Maggie Spears
Cosette Emma Stitt
ABC Society Ensemble Sarah Stitt
Ensemble Julia Stitt
Ensemble Sara Turner
Eponine Caitlin Wade
Gavroche Shannon Wade
Bishop of Digne/ABC Society Ensemble/Jea Michael Young
Jean Valjean U/S Michael Young
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REVIEWS

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Standing O
by D'Gara Galt
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
5.0
Having seen Les Mis around the civilized world and in parts of Alabama, I have to say that this particular production tops them all. What the director has done - her vision, her attention to detail - is nothing short of magnificent. Her effective use of the space available, the lighting design, the set, the costumes are cherries on top of an already-incredible production. These young people - their good, strong voices coupled with their acting abilities - make this show go by all too quickly. It's hard to connect emotionally with an audience in an outdoor venut, but this show does, as evidenced by the sniffling heard throughout the amphitheater. Wish it had a longer run. It's worth seeing more than once. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Les Miserables, School Edition
by MamaBear
Tuesday, July 10, 2007
5.0
Extremely talented cast and wonderful production. Well worth the time and price of admission. If you haven't seen it - See It. If you have seen it - See it again! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Incredible
by Drake
Monday, July 9, 2007
5.0
This is the fourth production that I have seen by the Twilight Theatre group and they have really outdone themselves on this one. The young talent is amazing, the sets are extrordinary, and the lighting is incredible. Bravo!! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
WOW
by 30269a
Saturday, July 7, 2007
5.0
The best community theater production that I have seen ever. Incredibly talented cast. It rivals anything that I have seen at the Fox or the Alliance! It is worth the drive to Peachtree City from anywhere in Atlanta. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
More than worth it
by nlmouth
Saturday, July 7, 2007
5.0
This reproduction of "Les Mis" is very well done, with so much hidden talent that everyone will enjoy it. The direction not only unique, but also brings each character to the audience so well that many were even crying in the audience around me.

A must see. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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