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Les Miserables


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Les Miserables

Dates: 07/08/2009 - 22/08/2009

Location: Regal Theatre, Perth

by Alain Boublil & Claude-Michel Shonberg

presented by MSWA

Javert Peter Knol
Bishop of Digne Alan O'Neill
Fantine Casey Edwards
Thenadier Drew Elliott
Mme Thenardier Carolyn Latter
Eponine Sherry Hayes
Cosette Grace Edwards
Montparnasse David Cosgrove
Babet Neil Munyard
Brujon David Wallace
Claquesous Stephan Brand
Enjolras Tim Campbell
Marius Ben Doncon
Combeferre Ian Belton
Feuilly Nicholas Hiatt
Croufeyrac Rowan Mitchell
Joly Michael Bingaman
Grantaire Tim Howe
Legles Ben Kotovski-Steel
Jean Prouvaire Charles McComb
Director/Designer John Senczuk
Producer Arnold Wong
Musical Director Tim Cunniffe
Choreographer Carolyn Sinnett
Sound Dave Keys
Lighting John Davey
Assistant Director Ann Adlem

Gavroche - Samuel Tye/Laurence Westrip
Young Cosette - Sarah Munsie/Emily Gelineau
Young Eponine - Amy Glendenning/Kiera Hope
Urchin One - Max macKenzie/Kane Parker
Urchin Two - Meldon Schneider/Adam Lebransky
Urchin Three - Ceorge Watts/Liam Birch

Ensemble - Analisa Bell, Louise Bell, Alida Chaney, Maree Cole, Pia Harris, Julia Hern, Lena Inkson, Jenny Lawrence, Maja Liwszyc, Lindsay McNab, Katherine Munro, John Taylor (Valjean cover), Val Riches, Christopher Wilcox


The MS Society’s production with John Senczuk at the helm and Tim Cuniffe in the pit is everything that diehard fans and newcomers alike could want. … The episodic plot doesn't flow naturally but Senczuk's fluid and simple design went a long way to keeping things moving.
     Ali Talbert, The West Australian

... John Senczuk and Tim Cunniffe have successfully injected this now well-loved and familiar musical with a fresh, succinct energy. ... With a minimalist but highly effective sliding set dominated by an imposing clock 'of ages past', few props or effects and with taut direction, the epic story moves effortlessly forwards, allowing the cat to focus on what they are singing.
     Sarah McNeill, The Post