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Theater Look-in: Les Misérables

Join company members from Les Misérables for an insider's look, complete with lively discussion and the opportunity to ask questions of the artists.

  • Tue., Oct. 4, 2011, 5:00 PM
  • Terrace Gallery
  • 1 hour
  • $12.00
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Join company members from Les Misérables for an insider's look, complete with lively discussion and the opportunity to ask questions of the artists.

Watch and Listen

Les Miserables Look-In: A family in theater

J. Mark McVey discusses the meaning of having his daughter in the cast and a whole family involved in theater.
Les Miserables Look-In: A New Fantine

Betsy Morgan discusses her unique interpretation of Fantine, and what it means to be on tour.
Les Miserables Look-In: Heavy lifting

Jean Valjean is a very physical role. In this production J. Mark McVay plays the role without the help of a turntable.
Les Miserables Look-In: Javert’s weakness

Andrew Varela talks about auditioning for the production and Javert’s weakness: his desperate devotion to the law.
Les Miserables Look-In: The business

All three cast members discuss how they became actors and share their own advice for the next generation.
Les Miserables Look-In: The meaning of Les Misérables

The cast explains each of their individual interpretations of the story, focusing on faith and dignity.

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