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Les Miserables (School Edition)

a Musical
CATEGORY : COMEDY DRAMA MUSICAL
by 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# 3750

SHOWING : July 16, 2010 - July 31, 2010

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Back by popular demand, The Twilight Theatre proudly presents "Les Miserables" (School Edition).

Come see this incredibly talented cast of 80 local youth and teens and enjoy a night under the stars! July 16, 17, 30, and 31 at 8:00 p.m. at the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater in Peachtree City

Tickets may be purchased online at Ticket Alternative or at the amphitheater box office.


CAST & CREW LIST
Director Alison Chambers
Music Director Alison Chambers
Costume Designer Anna Kate Spears
Assistant Director/ Music Director Sarah Stitt
Stage Manager Tammy J Barton
Spot Light Coordinator Kevin Barton
Lighting Design Jacob M Coffey
Assistant Stage Manager Emily Sipe
Assistant to Director Shannon Wade
Thenardier Trevor Comeau
Javert Korey Echols
Jean Valjean Robert Gould
Feuilly/ Bamatabois Ben Papac
Enjolras Michael Reep
Eponine Paige Smith
Marius Anthony Spezzano
Fantine Celia Sullivan
Mdm Thenardier Sara Turner
Gavroche Olivia Wernecke
Cosette Nora Wilfong
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REVIEWS

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Performing Arts Agenda Review
by Durnesque
Monday, July 19, 2010
5.0
This is a section of a review of the Twilight Theatre production written by Rebecca Ashott
(http://www.performingartsagenda.com/currentpages/default.html)

"Les Miserables means "the miserable ones" or "the wretched ones." It is a play about the very least members of society; yet in contrast, it gathered the very best of community theatre in this Twilight Theatre production. Les Miserables, the musical by Alain Roublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg which was inspired by the novel by Victor Hugo, was performed this past weekend at the Frederick Brown, Jr. Amphitheater in Peachtree City. Directed by Alison Chambers, the cast of around 70 featured a huge, seemingly impossible, collection of musical talent that this author has never seen matched. The costuming in this production was fantastic. Anna Kate Spears and her crew created hundreds of costumes to depict life in revolutionary France. The music performed by members of the Peachtree Wind Ensemble was excellent. As community theatre musical productions go, this was truly among the finest.

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Having seen the movie, the musical at the Fox, and this play performed by other theatre groups, I certainly had a reference point for critiquing this performance. Almost as if to surprise me, Twilight Theatre stepped up to the challenge. This has to be their shining moment. As a theatre patron, actor, singer and critic, it amazes me that this level of talent was derived from a cast this large on one stage. Oh I expected a few shing stars, but to find so many wonderful voices in one production is truly astounding. Adding to the acting and vocal talent is the ability of the lead actors to capture the emotion of this epic musical."

For the rest of the review, please read and subscribe to the free e-zine: http://www.performingartsagenda.com/currentpages/default.html

To see this wonderful show, come to the Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater July 30th or 31st. Show starts at 8, doors open at 7:30.

"Don't miss this one. Community Theatre simply does not get better!" [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Twilight Les Miserables~ A True Inspiration
by Tammy Barton
Saturday, July 17, 2010
4.5
Hello~ Just wanted to say a few words about this amazing production! What a joy to watch these young people bring this epic story to life. The talent in this group is stellar! Come see this show and it will touch your heart from beginning to end. One cast member to watch is Robert Gould as Jean Valjean! Robert brings talent and maturity beyond his years to this starring role. His voice is full of emotion and you truly believe his plight. The entire cast and crew put 100% into this production and it certainly shows! Bravo! [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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