LES MISERABLES

LES MISERABLES

Our first production, Les Miserables, ran February 6-9th, 2014 at the St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre.

This beloved musical features a stellar cast including Jonathan Monro, a native Newfoundlander living and working in New York City. Monro will play Jean Valjean. Calvin Powell, who is no stranger to the musical theatre and opera scene, takes on the role of Javert.

Kiersten Noel, Memorial University of Newfoundland and New York University graduate, will play Fantine. Erin Winsor, recent graduate of Sheridan College, will play Eponine while Darrin Martin, a regular performer with St. John’s Spirit of Newfoundland, will play Marius.

Sarah Loveys, performer on the concert and opera stage in London, England will return home to play Cosette and Timothy Matson, a transplant to Newfoundland, will play Enjolras. Finally, well known and highly accomplished performers, Shelley Neville and Peter Halley will play the Thenardiers.

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CAST

 

Jonathan Monro*Calvin Powell

Kiersten Noel

Peter Halley

Shelley Neville

Erin Winsor

Sarah Loveys

Timothy Matson

Darrin Martin

Tolson Barrington

Megan Moret

Lauren Davis

Nicolas Keough

Terry Howlett

John Williams

Jeremy Wells

Alex Abbott

Jeff Simms

Michael Bartellas

Brad Bonnell

Devin Grant

Matthew Feener

Jean ValjeanJavert

Fantine

Monsieur Thenardier

Madame Thenardier

Eponine

Cosette

Enjolras

Marius

The Bishop of Digne

Young Cosette

Young Eponine

Gavroche

The Foreman

Combeferre

Feuilly

Courfeyrac

Joly

Grantaire

Lesgles

Prouvaire

An Army Officer

 

Ensemble

Keana Bernardo

Alice Brun-Newhook

Paula Drew

Erin Dunphy

Emily Follett

Courtney Fowler

Sarah Glinz

Steve Gosse

Amy Grainger

Jennifer Halliday

Sarah Halliday

Sarah Hill

Rosemary Lawton

Rebecca Matthews

Cassandra McCarthy

Kara Noftle

Jamie Parsons

Robert Power

Noelle Slaney

Keeghan Stoodley

Leslie Stuckless

Emily Thompson

Alex Tulk

Abra Whitney

 

 

*appears with the permission of Canadian Actors’ Equity Association