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Les Misérables

Les Misérables

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The Company: Julian Decker (Valjean), Blaine Krauss (Valjean), Noah Ricketts (Javert), Collin Kessler (Javert), Dallas Padoven, Kimber Sprawl (Fantine), Ben Biggers (Enjolras), Nate Irvin, Adam Zeph, Lili Shires, Anna Silvius, Matt Hill (Thenardier), Emily Schexnaydre (Madame Thenardier), Jonah Sorscher (Gavroche), Lawson Young (Eponine), Stephanie Park (Cosette), Erik Hernandez, Chris Morrissey, Gary Cooper, Eric Geil (Marius), Kameron Richardson, John Battagliese, Tom Meglio, Charlie Meredith, Nick Pelaccio, John McGill, Hannah Zazzaro, Madeline Lynch, Sarah Bishop, Karl Admundson, Dan Gettler, Kyle Ivey, Paul Schwensen, Alison Bagli, Brianna Barnes, Kyra Christopher, Michelle Cobin, Cameron Hill, Hannah Kornfeld, Kaela O’Connor, Kimberly Pine, Katie Wesler

Les Misérables

Production photographs by Mark Lyons






Les Misérables 

music by
Claude-Michel Schönberg

French lyrics by
Alain Boublil
and Jean-Marc Natel

English libretto by
Herbert Kretzmer

based on the novel by
Victor Hugo


directed by
Aubrey Berg

musical direction by
Steve Goers

February 2014

★ ★ ★ ★ ★
League of Cincinnati
Theatres 5-Star Rating

Panelists said: “Spectacular…an outstanding and phenomenal production…Bravo for everyone involved for taking a musical I have seen multiple times and making it as fresh, exciting and powerful as the first.” Director Aubrey Berg was praised for his “seamless” direction: “Aubrey Berg said he had waited over 20 years to direct this musical at CCM and he could not have done it more effectively, with some masterful choices.” Musical director Steve Goers was commended for his “direction of these fine voices and in the outstanding orchestral accompaniment”: he did a “wonderful job with taking a beast of a show and making it sing beautifully”.
The panelists were impressed by the entire ensemble: “the show showcases the incredible depth of CCM's students..the talent level continues to amaze.” Blaine Krauss, as Jean Valjean, “gave a sensitive, true portrayal of the character…his voice was moving…he should go directly to Broadway.” Panelists also singled out Colin Kessler, as Javert, for his “outstanding” performance and “remarkable voice”, as well as Matthew Paul Hill’s portrayal of Thenardier: “hilarious in an evil and unctuous manner. He almost stole the show.”






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