Les Misérables

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  • Ensemble, Understudy: Cosette Andréane Bouladier
  • Little Cosette, Young Éponine Ella Ballentine
  • Swing, Understudy: Bamatabois Richard Barth
  • Ensemble, Understudy: Mme Thénardier Katie Beetham
  • Gavroche David Gregory Black
  • Little Cosette, Young Éponine Saara Chaudry
  • Innkeeper’s Wife, Understudy: Cosette Caroline Colantonio
  • Gavroche Aiden Glenn
  • Swing, Fight Captain, Dance Captain, Understudy: Grantaire Ben Gunderson
  • Ensemble, Understudy: Éponine Brittney Johnson
  • Ensemble, Understudy: Éponine Elena Juatco
  • The Bishop of Digne, Lesgles, Understudy: Javert Andrew Love
  • Wigmaker, Understudy: Fantine Cornelia Luna
  • Swing, Understudy: Fantine Heather McGuigan
  • Ensemble Marisa McIntyre
  • Feuilly, Understudy: Marius Matt McMahan
  • Farmer, Babet, Understudy: Thénardier Tyler Murree
  • Little Cosette, Young Éponine Madison Oldroyd
  • Swing, Understudy: Factory Foreman Jason Ostrowski
  • Factory Girl, Old Woman, Understudy: Mme Thénardier Kristen Peace
  • Understudy: Javert, Thénardier, The Bishop of Digne John Rapson
  • Swing, Understudy: Factory Girl Rachel Rincione
  • Jean Prouvaire, Understudy: Marius Matt Rosell
  • Constable, Fauchelevent, Joly, Understudy: Enjolras Alan Shaw
  • Combeferre, Understudy: Jean Valjean David Silvestri
  • Champmathieu, Brujon, Loud Hailer, Understudy: Jean Valjean Aaron Walpole
  • Constable, Courfeyrac, Understudy: Enjolras Jonathan Winsby
  • Innkeeper, Factory Foreman, Claquesous Ashley Wright
  • Labourer, Montparnasse Chris Zonneville
  • Contractor Rick Whitelaw
  • Conductor/Musical Director James Dodgson
  • Reeds I Leslie Allt
  • Reeds II Lief Mosbaugh
  • Reeds III Mark Promane
  • French Horn I Erin Cooper-Gay
  • French Horn II Nicole Alexander
  • Trumpet Norman Engel
  • Trombone Andrew Chappell
  • Keyboard I Wayne Gwillim
  • Keyboard II Greg Diakun
  • Percussion Nick Coulter
  • Violin/Concert Master Mary-Elizabeth Brown
  • Violin II Jeewon Kim
  • Viola/Associate Conductor Will Curry
  • Cello Amy Laing
  • Cello ll Rachel Pomedli
  • Bass Tom Hazlitt
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John Napier

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John Napier studied fine art at Hornsey College of Art in the early 1960s and theatre design at the Central School of Arts and Crafts under Ralph Koltai. He is an associate designer of the RSC.
Notable productions for the RSC include: Macbeth, The Comedy of Errors, King Lear, Once in a Lifetime, The Greeks, Nicholas Nickleby, Hedda Gabler, Peter Pan and Mother Courage.

NT productions include: The Party (Olivier’s last performance at the Old Vic), Equus, later seen worldwide, Trelawny of the ‘Wells’, An Enemy of the People, Peter Pan, Candide and South Pacific. Opera includes Lohengrin and Macbeth (Royal Opera, Covent Garden), Idomeneo (Glyndebourne), The Devils (ENO) and Nabucco (Metropolitan Opera).

Musical theatre includes: Cats, Starlight Express, Les Misérables, Miss Saigon and Sunset Boulevard.

These productions have been presented on Broadway and around the world. Other West End designs include: Time, Children of Eden and Jesus Christ Superstar. John designed the Captain EO video starring Michael Jackson for Disney. He created and co-directed the spectacular Siegfried & Roy Show at the Mirage in Las Vegas, followed by Steven Spielberg’s film Hook. Other designs include: Burning Blue (Haymarket, 1996 Olivier Award for Best Set Design), The Tower and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (both Almeida), Martin Guerre (West Yorkshire Playhouse and tour) and the musical version of Jane Eyre (Broadway). He recently designed Skellig (Young Vic), Aladdin (Old Vic) and Gone with the Wind (New London).

John Napier’s design awards include two Society of West End Theatre Awards, an Olivier, a BAFTA and five Tony Awards for Nicholas Nickleby, Cats, Starlight Express, Les Misérables and Sunset Boulevard. He is a member of the American Academy of Achievement, was elected Royal Designer for Industry in 1996 and is an Honorary Fellow of the London Institute.