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Congratulations to Theatre Bristol’s Cast of “Les Misérables”

Theatre Bristol's Les MisérablesTheatre Bristol announces the cast of Les Misérables–its upcoming production celebrating the Theatre’s 50th Anniversary, presented in conjunction with the Paramount Center for the Arts, June  20-28.

Theatre Bristol’s production of Boublil and Schonberg’s Les Misérables is directed by Glenn Patterson who recently directed Scrooge! The Musical and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Les Misérables is licensed by Music Theatre International by arrangement with Cameron Mackintosh Ltd.

Thank you to all who auditioned–this audition was marked by strong talent in every role and choices were extremely difficult to make. We invite all who auditioned to return to audition for future Theatre Bristol productions.

Join us in congratulating the cast of Theatre Bristol’s June 2015 production of
“Les Misérables”:

Valjean – Bob Cantler
Javert – Tim Reynolds
Bishop – Joel Brister
Foreman – Dan Gray
Souteneur – Mike Musick
Bamatbois – Robert McCrary
Eponine – Rebecca Hartman
Young Cosette – Lucy Tester and Lea Johns
Madame Thenardier – Elizabeth Burns
Monsieur Thenardier – Steve Humphreys
Young Eponine – Charli Carpenter
Cosette – Kylie Green
Marius – Nick Reynolds
Fantine – Melanie Yodkins
Enjolras – Ben Fitton

James Altman
Ian Baumgardner
Daniel Freeman
Seth Gilstrap
Coy Owens
Matthew Torbett

Gavroche – Xander Harris and Zaiah Gray

Thenardier’s Gang
Billy Baugher
Joe Collard
Mark Hutton
Seth Peterson

Chain gang, Warders, Constables, Sailors, Wedding Guests
Steve Baskett
Michael Bishop
Jerry Mathews
Kerry Morton
John Runde

Poor of Paris, Factory Workers, Wedding Guests, Working Girls
Allison Adkins
Whitney Bates
Ashton Bishop
Molly Doss
Camille Gray
Meaghan Gray
Dottie Havlik
Kristy Hunter
Paige Campbell Johns
Kristi Lawson
Carson Musick
Laura O’Bryan
Margaret Swiney
Laura Renfro Wilson
Leigh Yates

Children’s Ensemble
Emma Bishop
Luke Gray
Thatcher Hutton
Susanna Johns
Eden Phillips
Carly Street

Those interested in being a part of the wonderful experience of Les Misérables by bringing it to life over the next several weeks and working backstage as part of the production team and stage crew are invited to email info@theatrebristol to discuss their interest and skill areas. This invitation includes those interested in orchestra, costuming, set design and construction, lighting, sound, stage management, props, publicity, and many other roles. All roles are volunteer, as there is no paid staff. No experience is necessary for crew work and we are happy to offer training.

Bristol, Tennessee/Virginia, April 2015

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