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In 2009 the Fulton staged Les Misérables. The production was an unqualified hit with audiences, and for good reason. This blockbuster hit musical combines an epic story—with its universal and uplifting themes of hope and salvation—with gorgeously soaring melodies and unforgettable lyrics. We extended the run twice and shattered all box office records. It has taken us five years to get the rights to produce the show again, and we are so thrilled to bring our version back to Lancaster. With a clear focus on storytelling and spectacular singing, this extravagant production will triumphantly close out the 2013/2014 season.

Les Misérables

Fulton Theatre presents
A new production of
Les Misérables
Les Misérables is licensed by Music Theatre International (MTI) by arrangement with CAMERON MACKINTOSH LTD.”

Senior Tickets: ages 60 and over, Youth Tickets: ages 17 and under. Available by calling (717)397-7425.

Note: this calendar shows only performances of this production. To see the full calendar of Fulton events, click here.


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Madison Aicher (Additional Company) sends a huge thanks to Bryon, Marc, the cast, the crew, and the teen ensemble, for her wonderful Fulton debut experience.

Sydney Leigh Allen (Ensemble) Sydney is absolutely thrilled to be back at the Fulton Theatre for one of her all time favorite shows! She previously appeared in the Fulton’s production of Phantom in 2010. She has performed at many of the Lancaster area theatres including Sight & Sound Theatres, Rainbow Dinner Theatre, Theatre of the Seventh Sister, Prima Theatre, Gretna Theatre and The Harrisburg Shakespeare Festival. She also recently had the pleasure of performing one of her dreams roles, Penny Pingleton in Hairspray, with CPS Productions. Thank you to Mom, Dad, BaBa and Pappy for introducing me to the beautiful music of Les Misérables.

Seth Garrett Antes (Babet, Ensemble, U/S Lesgles, U/S Claquesous) Seth is delighted to make his Fulton Theatre debut in Les Misérables. A Lancaster native, he studied opera performance at Cairn University in Philadelphia, PA. He has performed locally with Piercing Word and Servant Stage Company. Some of his favorite roles include Reverend Paris (The Crucible), Officer Brophy (Arsenic and Old Lace), Ko-ko (The Mikado), and Linus (You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown). It is with much joy and gratitude that he brings these characters to life. Thanks be to God, family and friends for all of the years of unending support and love.

Kathy Becker (Additional Company) Kathy is honored to be back at the Fulton after The Sound of Music and Sweeney Todd. Much gratitude to Marc, and love to Matt, Todd and Josh!

Sarah Biddle (Old Woman, Crone, Ensemble, U/S Fantine) is honored to make her debut at the Fulton in this extraordinary production. Sarah recently finished the Acting Apprenticeship Program at the Walnut Street Theatre for the 2013-2014 season. Favorite credits: Pinkalicious (WST), Christmas Carol (WST), Little Voice (WST), Carousel (WST), Drowsy Chaperone (CUA), and the Marvin Hamlisch Review (Kennedy Center). Proud alumnus of Catholic University’s musical theatre program. Sarah’s heartfelt thanks to the Fulton, Marc, Marc, Tim, Steve, Family, and Friends for this opportunity! xoxo

Kyle Binkley (Additional Company) is excited to make his Fulton debut! He would like to thank Truitt, Walton, Kimmich, Diehl, Lindstrom, and his family and friends for everything.

Madison Buck (Additional Company) is thrilled to make her Fulton debut! She studies Vocal Performance at Boyer College of Music at Temple University. Special thanks to family and friends!

Joseph Chubb (Additional Company, U/S Constables 1 & 2) A recent graduate of LVC and making his Fulton Theatre debut! He would like to thank his family and friends for their continued support.

Chad Coudriet (Claquesous, Pimp, Ensemble, U/S Thénardier) made his Fulton Theatre debut in the 2009 production of Les Misérables and thanks Marc, Aaron, and Bob for helping him find his way back here and the Fulton Staff and cast, for creating such a fun place to tell a story. Recently, Chad toured Japan with The Tokyo Philharmonic as Gaston in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. In NYC, Chad played George in Dr. Sex, and Donald Rumsfeld in The Passion of GWB. Recent regional credits include: Arrow Rock Lyceum Theatre’s West Side Story (Tony), Pioneer Theatre’s Les Misérables (Combeferre), CDT’s The Wizard of Oz (Tin Man) and Fulton Theatre’s Annie (Bert Healey). Much thanks to his family for lots of laughs and love. His most proud accomplishment is building a home with his Mama Jo! For MGJ.

Vincent Crocilla (Gavroche) is a 9 year old from Vineland, NJ and is very excited to debut at the Fulton and be part of this extremely talented cast! Regional credits include (Timmy Blair) Inherit the Wind at the Bristol Riverside Theater; (Jerome) in South Pacific at The Surflight Theater; (Gavroche) in Les Mis at The Surflight; (Winthrop Paroo) in The Music Man at The Walnut Street Theater and ensemble in Elf at the WST. Vincent has also been in several commercials including the NY Lottery, MTV/PSA and Sprout TV. Vincent thanks Marc Robin and the entire team at the Fulton for this great opportunity, Carson-Adler Agency, friends and family especially Mom, Dad and little brother Gianluca for their continuous love and support!

Steve Czarnecki (Enjolras) Steve is thrilled to return for his third summer here at the Fulton. Previous credits here include Pharaoh in Joseph … Dreamcoat and John in Miss Saigon. Steve has performed all over the country from New York City Centers famed Encores! series, to Les Misérables at the Village Theatre in Seattle, to the national tour of Beauty and the Beast. He is thrilled to stand on the barricade again in one of his favorite roles. Many thanks to Marc, Bob, The Mine and of course to his lovely wife Liz with whom he gets to share the stage with this summer!

Michael Deleget (Laborer, Lesgles, Ensemble) is thrilled to be making his Fulton debut. He holds degrees from Wabash College and Indiana University. Past productions: Doc in The Most Happy Fella at Goodspeed, Cable in South Pacific at Surflight, Giuseppe in The Most Happy Fella starring George Hearn at Ravinia, Jamie in The Last Five Years at Skylight Music Theatre, Tony in West Side Story at Maine State, and the Bernstein’s Mass at Carnegie Hall. Thank you Marc for this opportunity to work together again. Love always to Alison.

Monica DePaul (Ensemble, U/S Old Woman) It is a dream come true for Monica to be on the Fulton stage! Coupled with the fact that her debut here is while doing her favorite show of all time, well, she is beyond thrilled! She has a BFA in Musical Theatre from California State University, Fullerton. Some of her favorite roles include: Patty in Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Julie in Showboat and Sarah in Abraham and Sarah at Sight and Sound. Many thanks to her very supportive network of family and friends, thanks to Marc Robin for the opportunity to perform on the historic Fulton Stage and thanks to God for every little treasure and pocket of joy that life provides.

Jessica Dey (Factory Girl, Ensemble, Dance Captain) is so excited to be returning to the Fulton where she was last seen in the Family Theatre Series as Mayzie in Seussical. Favorite credits include Meg Brockie in Brigadoon, Ado Annie in Oklahoma!, and Florinda in Into the Woods. She is a B.F.A. musical theatre graduate of Penn State University. She would like to thank Marc Robin for this fantastic opportunity! She sends much love to her husband Ben, her family, and friends for their constant love and support.

Jordan Donaldson (Additional Company) is excited to be making his Fulton debut in Les Misérables! Best of luck to cast and crew! As always, Soli Deo Gloria!

Nicole Esposito (Additional Company) is thrilled to be back at the Fulton, where she was last seen as Lou Ann in Hairspray. Nicole attends Muhlenberg College where she is a rising sophomore majoring in Theatre and minoring in Dance.

Grace Anne Field (Cosette) is thrilled to be performing at the Fulton Theatre in one of her favorite shows, Les Misérables! She has performed in multiple productions across the country at theatres including North Shore Music Theatre, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Theatre, Surflight Theatre and many more! Her favorite roles include Magnolia (Showboat) Carrie (Carousel) Marian (The Music Man) Nellie (South Pacific) Sandy (Grease) and Cinderella (Into the Woods). She recently performed the role of Fannie in the musical reading of Chamberlain at the Fulton Theatre, and is looking forward to her upcoming engagement at Beef and Boards where she will be performing the role of Laurey in Oklahoma! Many thanks to Marc, family, friends and Mark!

Casey Furlong (Young Prostitute, Ensemble, U/S Factory Girl) Fulton debut! A Lancaster native, Casey is a rising junior at The Boston Conservatory working toward her BFA in Musical Theater. Favorite credits include: Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie); The Merry Wives of Windsor (Anne Page); Into the Woods (Rapunzel); A Midsummer Night’s Dream-Original Practice (Puck); Glee Live and Defying Gravity w/ Prima Theatre. Huge thanks to Marc, Aaron, Tim, and the Les Mis cast & crew! Much love to my family!

Gregg Goodbrod (Jean Valjean) is so happy to be returning to the Fulton Theatre, and to be back in Lancaster. A native of PA, he has been seen here in the productions of Les Misérables, The Secret Garden, and Romance/Romance. Other credits include: Broadway/Tours: Thoroughly Modern Millie, Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5; Regionally: Aida, Miss Saigon, Jesus Christ Superstar, The Full Monty, Les Misérables, and Sunset Boulevard at Maine State Music Theatre, Beauty and the Beast at Pioneer Theatre and the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Les Misérables at Pioneer Theatre and Beef And Boards Dinner Theatre, All Shook Up at Carousel Dinner Theatre, I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change at Riverside Theatre, and Leader of the Pack at the Cape Playhouse. Proud member of the Actor’s Equity Association.

John Grieco (Farmer, Feuilly, Ensemble, U/S Enjolras) is thrilled to return to the Fulton where he performed in The Sound of Music. Regional credits include Les Misérables and South Pacific at Riverside Theatre, Phantom at Gateway Playhouse, The Secret Garden at WPPAC, Oklahoma! (Curly) at Ocean City Theatre Company, Carousel (Billy Bigelow), Meet Me in St. Louis (Warren), Brigadoon (Tommy), and Sweeney Todd (Anthony). New York credits include Three Wishes for Jamie (Musicals Tonight!), a workshop of Finian’s Rainbow (Irish Rep), and Martha (Liederkranz Opera Theatre). Thanks to Marc for the opportunity and my family and friends for their support!

Caleb Heckman (Additional Company) Previously seen as an extra in The Sound of Music, Caleb is thrilled to return to the Fulton. He is a local actor, musician, teacher, photographer.

Jessica Heisey (Additional Company, U/S Young Cosette) is pleased to return to the Fulton after appearing in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Gypsy. Elsewhere: Cosette in AMT’s Broadway Now & Forever and Veruca in L-S Middle School’s Willy Wonka. Thanks to Marc Robin, Katie Wieand, and her family for their continued support.

Emily Homburger (Additional Company) is honored to return to the Fulton. She recently starred as Mary Poppins in The Extracalifragilistic Experience, and was the winner of the 2013 Hershey Theater Apollo Award. Thank you, Marc, for this amazing opportunity.

Jeremiah James (Javert) multi-faceted career includes over 70 professional theater credits; a gold record and two number one albums as a recording artist; and numerous appearances on Film, TV, and Radio in the United States and the United Kingdom. As a soloist, he has performed with many symphonies throughout America and abroad. Among the highlights are starring as Billy Bigelow in the West End revival of Carousel; Bobby Child in Crazy for You (LA Ovation Nominee); The Great American Mousical, directed by Dame Julie Andrews; John Wiloughby in the pre-Broadway tryout of Sense and Sensibility; and Curly in the first National Tour of Trevor Nunn’s revival of Oklahoma!; in addition to a command performance for HRH Queen Elizabeth.

Paul-Jordan Jansen (Constable #2, Brujon, Ensemble, U/S The Bishop of Digne) is so blessed to be apart of Les Misérables here at the Fulton Theatre. Recent productions include Wayne in Dreamgirls (Fulton and Maine State Music Theatre), A Grand Night for Singing (Pittsburgh CLO), Big Moe in Five Guys Named Moe (Penn State Centre Stage), and Ken in Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Pennsylvania Centre Stage). Jordan has also performed at The South African Fringe Theatre Festival in Grahamstown, South Africa and had the pleasure of singing the National Anthem for President Barack Obama. Jordan is a PROUD graduate of The Pennsylvania State University’s BFA in Musical Theatre program. Love to God, my family and M12…Always for Lynnette. FOR THE GLORY!!!

Hannah Kirkpatrick (Additional Company) is thrilled to be back on the Fulton stage after last season’s Joseph…Dreamcoat! L-S High School: Seussical, The Music Man, and Lend Me a Tenor. Thanks to friends and family, and to Marc Robin for the opportunity.

Luke Leone (Additional Company) is excited to be in Les Mis. Nominated twice for Hershey Theatre’s Apollo Awards, he has performed in community theaters and high school musicals.

András Lincoln (Joly, Ensemble, U/S Marius) András is excited to be making his Fulton Theatre debut. Most recently, he performed in Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s production of House of Gold in Washington, D.C. He is a musician in the Baltimore-Washington area who accompanies and teaches music for local theatres, as well as for the Performance and Visual Arts magnet program of Anne Arundel County. He is a native to the Mid-Atlantic region, having grown up in Annapolis, MD and West Chester, PA. He would like to thank his family, friends, and the incredibly talented music teachers and students of Broadneck High School for their inspiration and support. Éljen!

Jen Lobo (Old Woman, Ensemble, U/S Mme. Thénardier) is thrilled to be making her debut at the Fulton in Les Misérables! Originally from Lansdale, PA, and many years in NYC, Jennifer now calls Lancaster her home. She is a graduate of Gettysburg College and New York University (M.A. in Voice Performance). Past favorite performing credits include Georgia O’Keefe: A Woman on Paper (Anita), The Light in the Piazza (Clara), Chess (Florence), Hair (Jeanie), You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown (Sally), and Guys and Dolls (Sarah Brown). Jennifer proudly teaches Voice and Music Together at Popovsky Performing Arts Studio and will also begin teaching voice at Linden Hall in the fall. Jennifer would like to greatly thank her husband Ryan, family, friends, and students for their love and support!

Christopher Loreto (Ensemble, U/S Montparnasse) is thrilled to be back at the Fulton! Credits: 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Dutch Apple), Mary Poppins (Fulton) and Chicago (Crown Uptown). Enjoy!

Jose Mangual (Additional Company) Jose is an upcoming senior at Manheim Township High School, and he would like to thank Marc and his parents for this amazing opportunity.

Brendan Massar (Additional Company) Fulton debut! Brendan will be a freshman at L-S High School. Favorite roles include Willy Wonka and Nicely-Nicely Johnson. Brendan thanks his parents, friends, Randall Frizado and the Les Mis cast for all their love and support.

Tori Moss (Young Eponine) is thrilled to be making her Fulton debut and would like to thank Marc Robin for the opportunity to be a part of this amazing cast! Previously: Gretna Theatre, Munchkin Barrister/Jitterbug (The Wizard of Oz); Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre, Jane (A Swingin’ Christmas); Lebanon Community Theatre, Tessie (Annie); Broadway Classics Theatre, Annie (Annie); Hershey Area Playhouse, Ensemble (Hello, Dolly!); NETworks Touring Co., Munchkin/Winkie (The Wizard of Oz). Many thanks to her family, friends and teachers for all of their support!

Thomas Murphy (Prouvaire, Ensemble, U/S Babet, U/S Pimp) Broadway: Annie (Assistant to Company Manager), The Normal Heart and Seminar. Lancaster Theatre: Mary Poppins (Ensemble, Fulton Theatre) and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Joel, Dutch Apple). Regional Credits: Ring of Fire (Johnny Cash), Annie (Rooster), Chicago (Dance Captain), Curtains (NY Premiere) and Honky Tonk Angels (Choreographer). Grateful beyond belief to Marc and the Fulton staff. For my Father.

Brady Norgaard (Additional Company, U/S Gavroche) Huge thanks to his teachers Andrea McCormick, Missy Clayton, Julie Keough, Joanne Abrom, Amy Meehan, and big sister Sydney! “The world is big but little people turn it around!”

Andrew Patterson (Additional Company) is ecstatic and honored to be performing on the illustrious stage of the Fulton in its production of Les Misérables.

Sabrina Paulino (Additional Company) is a sophomore at Coatesville Area High School and is very excited to make her Fulton Theatre debut. Favorite productions: Shrek, Little Shop of Horrors, High School Musical, and Appointment with Death. Thanks to mom and the Pattersons for driving her to and from rehearsals. Enjoy!

Herb Porter (Combeferre, Constable, Major Domo, Ensemble, U/S Javert) is excited to be returning to the Fulton, where he was recently seen as The Monster in Young Frankenstein. Other roles include: Jean Valjean, Les Misérables; Will Parker, Oklahoma!; Brian, Avenue Q; Bazzard, The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Mitch Mahoney, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Billy Crocker, Anything Goes. He is a recent graduate of Denison University, with a degree in Biology. A special thanks to Marc and the Fulton team for this amazing opportunity, as well as my friends and family for all their support.

John Reeger (Thénardier) is pleased to return to the Fulton Theatre to reprise his role of Thénardier, which he played here in 2009. Other Fulton roles include Julian Marsh in 42nd Street and FDR in Annie. Recent Chicago roles include Fagin in Oliver! at Drury Lane Theatre, Cecil Lewis in The Iceman Cometh at Goodman Theatre, Capt. Shotover in Heartbreak House at Writers’ Theatre, Pickering in My Fair Lady at the Paramount Theatre, Mayor Shinn in The Music Man at Marriott Theatre and Pridamant in The Illusion at Court Theatre. John has received a Jeff Award, an After Dark Award and an Illinois Artist Fellowship. He and his wife Paula Scrofano (Madame Thenardier) will celebrate their 43rd wedding anniversary this summer.

Sophie Reusswig (Young Cosette) is excited to be in her first Fulton Theatre production. The 11 year old has performed in a number of regional & community theatre productions, including Annie and Christmas Shows ‘12 & ‘13 (Allenberry Playhouse), Alice in Wonderland and Willy Wonka, Jr. (Carlisle Theatre), Joseph … Dreamcoat (Theatre Harrisburg), and Roar of the Greasepaint (Oyster Mill Playhouse). Sophie studies piano and enjoys reading, singing in a trio with sister, Emily and friend, Olivia and adding to her zebra & confetti collections. She is thankful to the directors, cast and crew for making this dream a reality and appreciates the love and encouragement of her family & friends.

Gina Santare (Eponine) is thrilled to be making her Fulton debut! She is rising junior pursuing a BFA in Musical Theater at the College-Conservatory of Music. School Credits include Carrie (Ensemble) and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Olive). Other credits include Little Women (Jo), Hairspray (Amber), Children of Eden (Yonah), Aida (Amneris). Many thanks to her friends and family for all of their support, and to Marc and the entire creative team for making this possible.

Paula Scrofano (Madame Thénardier) is delighted to reprise her role as Madame Thénardier, which she played at the Fulton Theatre opposite her husband John Reeger in 2009. Her other Fulton roles include Mrs. Meers in Thoroughly Modern Millie and Dorothy Brock in 42nd Street. A Chicago-based actress, she was seen recently as Frau Blucher in Young Frankenstein and Blanche in Broadway Bound at Drury Lane Theatre, Abuela Claudia in In the Heights at Paramount Theatre, Aunt Eller in Oklahoma! at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, and Mickey in My One and Only and Golde in Fiddler on the Roof at Marriott Theatre. She is the 2014 recipient of the Guy Adkins Award for “Excellence in the Achievement of Musical Theatre in Chicago.”

Liz Shivener (Ensemble, U/S Cosette, U/S Eponine) is thrilled to be making her Fulton Debut and to be performing with her husband, Steve! Favorite credits include National Tours of Beauty and the Beast (Belle) and Shrek the Musical (Fiona) and regional work in My Fair Lady (Eliza), Les Misérables (Cosette) and Company (Amy). BFA Musical Theatre from Otterbein University. Many thanks to Marc for letting me join the team, Bob Cline and Bloc, as well as her beautiful Family and Friends.

Bryon Thomas Smith (The Bishop of Digne, Loud Hailer, Montparnasse, Ensemble, U/S Jean Valjean) is excited to be back on the Fulton stage. Last seen in Twas the Night Before Christmas as Abominable and A Christmas Carol as Bob Cratchit. Elsewhere: Shrek, Shrek; Dan; Next to Normal; Beast, Beauty and the Beast; Anatoly, Chess; Bobby, Company; Young Frank, My Way; Ernie, It’s a Wonderful Life; Anthony, Sweeney Todd; Rodger, Rent; Baker, Into the Woods. Graduate of American Musical and Dramatic Academy, NYC. Love to Jenn, family and friends.

Hanley Smith (Fantine) Hanley could not be more excited or honored to be a part of this phenomenal show. Recent credits include: Deirdre in The Cottage (Astoria PAC); Cecily in The Importance of Being Earnest (Gulfshore Playhouse); (all of) The Women in The Picture of Dorian Gray (Sonnet Repertory Theatre); Luisa in The Fantasticks (Virginia Stage Company); and Sally in The Voice of the Turtle (Merrimack Repertory Theatre). Hanley is an Associate Artist with Sinking Ship Productions and serves as the Adult Educational Programs Coordinator for the non-profit, R.Evolución Latina. BA: Davidson College. Love and gratitude to Marc Robin, Bob Cline, WTG, William and my cherished friends and family.

Peter Matthew Smith (Bamatabois, Grantaire, Ensemble, Fight Captain) is so happy to be performing at the Fulton again! He was last seen in the Pittsburgh area where he played Jean Valjean for Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s production of Les Misérables and Judas for Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center’s Jesus Christ Superstar. Broadway credits include Fiddler on the Roof (Motel), Rent, and the original casts of Mamma Mia, Hairspray, and Cry Baby. Peter’s greatest honor in life is being able to call Fox43’s Amy Lutz his wife. AND, they are so excited to welcome their daughter Addison into this world.

Becca Snyder (Additional Company) Becca is ecstatic to be back at the Fulton after first performing as the title character in Annie. Favorite roles: Sandy (Grease), Louise (Carousel), Iola (Parade). Thanks to Marc for the great opportunity!

Blake Stadnik (Marius) Blake made his Fulton Theatre debut in Mary Poppins and is thrilled to be returning to this historic theatre as Marius in Les Misérables. He received his BFA in musical theatre from Penn State University where he performed in such shows as Sweeney Todd, Grand Hotel, and Peter Pan. Some of Blake’s other professional credits include Hair, Les Misérables (MSMT), Mary Poppins (MSMT), Crazy for You, and How to Succeed in Business… He would like to thank his fellow cast members and the entire production team for making this an absolutely incredible experience and his friends and family for their endless love and support.

Sophia Steed (Additional Company, U/S Young Eponine) A student at the Fulton Academy for 4 years, Sophia performed at the Fulton in Chitty, Chitty Bang, Bang and Joseph…Dreamcoat. Producer: the teen production of The Mary Poppins Extracalifragilistic Experience. Thanks to the Fulton staff, Jennifer Lobo and Popovsky Performing Arts Studio, and her friends and family for all their support.

Ben Cullen Walker (Factory Forman, Courfeyrac, Ensemble, U/S Grantaire) Ben is pumped to return the Fulton for another summer! He was last seen here as Naphtali in Joseph … Dreamcoat. Other credits include The Wedding Singer (Glen Guglia), Guys and Dolls (Rusty Charlie), and Songs for a New World (Man 1). This past spring, Ben became a very proud alumnus of Penn State University with a BFA in Musical Theatre; WE ARE!!!

Alain Boublil  (Playwright) Alain Boublil’s first musical, La Revolution Française in 1973, marked his transition from songwriting to musical theatre and the start of his collaboration with Claude-Michel Schönberg with the hit album that became the first ever staged French musical. His idea of writing a musical version of Les Misérables brought them together again in 1978. The acclaimed show was written over a two-year period and recorded as an album before its opening at the Palais de Sports in Paris in September 1980. In 1983 Mr. Boublil met Cameron Mackintosh which led to his first London production Abbacadabra (a musical fairy-tale set to ABBA music) and to working with Claude-Michel and directors and writers on the English language adaptation of Les Misérables. The show has subsequently opened in 19 countries and 14 languages. Among the many awards Mr. Boublil has received were two Tony Awards in 1987 for Best Score and Best Book for the NY production and a 1988 Grammy for the Best Original Broadway Cast Recording which he co-produced with Claude-Michel Schönberg. Miss Saigon opened on September 20, 1989 at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London and on April 11, 1991 in NY. The show has also played in Tokyo and Toronto with future production scheduled for Sydney, Australia and Stuttgart, Germany. Mr. Boublil will maintain a close association with all the international productions of Les Misérables and Miss Saigon while working with Claude-Michel on the screenplays for motion picture versions of both musicals.

Claude-Michel Schönberg (Playwright/Composer) Claude-Michel Schönberg is a successful record producer and songwriter who began his collaboration with Alain Boublil in 1973, writing the very first French musical, La Revolution Française. Mr. Schönberg played the role of Louis XVI in that production and also co-produced the double-gold record album of the show. In 1974, he recorded an album, singing his own compositions and lyrics, which included the number one hit single Le Premier Pas. In 1980, after two years’ work on the score, Mr. Schönberg and Mr. Boublil’s musical Les Misérables opened in Paris, where it was seen by more than 1.5 million people. In 1983, Mr. Schönberg produced an opera album in Paris with Julia Migenes Johnson and the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra. Following work on the London production of Les Misérables (the 3rd longest running musical in British theatre history), Mr. Schönberg co-produced the double-platinum London cast album and became involved in casting all the major overseas productions of the show, including the American, Japanese and Australian companies. He won two coveted Tony Awards, for Best Score and Book, for the Broadway production of Les Misérables and a Grammy Award for the Best Original Cast Recording, which he co-produced with Alain Boublil. He also worked closely on the symphonic recording of the show. His score for Miss Saigon, again written in collaboration with Alain Boublil, is now repeating the international success story of Les Misérables. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and again bringing together many members of the creative team behind Les Misérables, Miss Saigon opened with huge success at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in London in September 1989, in NY in April 1991, in Tokyo in May 1992 and in Chicago (the first national U.S. tour) in November 1992. Future productions will open in Sydney, Australia and Stuttgart, Germany. Now Claude-Michel is back at the keyboards, composing their next musical, Martin Guerre, while keeping close eye on the development of the screenplays for Les Misérables and Miss Saigon.

Herbert Kretzmer (Lyricist) Herbert Kretzmer, born in South Africa, came to London in 1954, and has since pursued twin careers as a newspaperman and songwriter. He was a feature writer at the Daily Sketch and a profile writer at the Sunday Dispatch. He joined the Daily Express in 1960 and later became its drama critic, a post he held for 18 years. Since 1979 he has been writing TV criticism for the Daily Mail and has won, in this capacity, two national press awards. As a lyric writer he wrote weekly songs for BBC-TV’s That Was The Week That Was. He won an Ivor Novello Award for the Peter Sellers/Sophia Loren comedy song Goodness Gracious Me. Other award-winning lyrics include two written for Charles Aznavour: Yesterday When I Was Young and the chart-topping She. Mr. Kretzmer wrote book and lyrics for the West End’s Our Man Crichton, which starred Kenneth More and Millicent Martin, and lyrics for the Theatre Royal Drury Lane’s The Four Musketeers. He also supplied lyrics for the Anthony Newly film Can Heironymous Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe And Find True Happiness? Tony Award, 1987, Best Score, Les Misérables.

Marc Robin (Director & Choreographer; Fulton Artistic Director) is honored to continue his 5th year as Artistic Director of the Fulton Theatre. Some of his favorite credits here include the 2009 production of Les Miz, August: Osage County, Phantom, Rags, Sweeney Todd, Carousel and Treasure Island (which he co-authored with his partner Curt Dale Clark). As a freelance director and choreographer he has staged over 300 shows throughout the country. Upcoming projects include: Chamberlain (Maine State Music Theatre), Mary Poppins (Palace Theatre), Spamalot (Pittsburgh CLO), and Les Misérables (North Shore Music Theatre). Forever Six.

Aaron McAllister (Musical Director) is thrilled to be continuing his second full season as the resident musical director and conductor. Previously at the Fulton Theatre: The Sound of Music, Hairspray, Gypsy, Singin’ in the Rain, A Chorus Line, Joseph, Mary Poppins, Young Frankenstein, and Buddy. Additionally he has musically directed and conducted more than 60 musicals around the country at theatres, which include: Fulton Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, Maltz Jupiter Theatre and Theatre By The Sea to name a few. As a composer, Aaron has written the scores to three original musicals (lift, POPart, and Blackout), which have been developed around the country, including off-Broadway, and has contributed songs, arrangements and orchestrations to several other original theatrical works. He is a graduate of SUNY Geneseo (B.A. in vocal performance and conducting) and the University of Maryland (M.M. in conducting) and is a highly sought after vocal coach, clinician and master teacher at universities around the country. Favorite show: being married to the extraordinarily talented actress, Cary Michele Miller. Love to his families in NY and KC and heartfelt thanks to the amazing staff and leadership of the Fulton for their artistic integrity and unwavering dedication to this theatre and its community.

Robert Klingelhoefer (Scenic Designer) designed the Fulton’s co-production with the Walnut Street Theatre earlier this season of Arsenic and Old Lace and last season’s WST co-pro of Good People. From 1987 to 2008 he was the Resident Designer at the Fulton, working on over 100 productions. He is currently Associate Professor and Director of the Design and Technology Program in the School of Theatre & Dance at West Virginia University. Mr. Klingelhoefer has previously been Resident Designer for the Contemporary American Theatre Festival in West Virginia, and the Jean Cocteau Repertory Theatre and Pan Asian Repertory Theatre, both in New York City. His work has been seen nationwide for companies including the Walnut Street Theatre, Capital Repertory Theatre, the Asolo Theatre, Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, and the New York State Theatre Institute among many others. Internationally he has had productions performed at the International Festival of Experimental Theatre in Cairo, Egypt, and the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Paul Black (Lighting Designer) is excited to be working again with his friends at the Fulton Theatre. He has been designing shows at the Fulton since 1999. Some of his most memorable shows have been at the Fulton, including: Miss Saigon, West Side Story, Sweeney Todd, The 39 Steps, and Oklahoma! Paul is a fulltime resident of Phoenix, AZ where he has worked for many theaters including Actors Theater of Phoenix, Arizona Theater Company, Arizona Jewish theater, Arizona Broadway Theater and the Phoenix Opera Co. Most of the time however Paul has found himself on the road designing for The Walnut Street Theater in Philadelphia, Theater Aspen, Music Theater of Santa Barbara, American stage in Florida, Carousel Dinner theater in Akron,  Maltz Jupiter Theatre in Jupiter Florida, and the Maine State Music Theater. Paul spent 14 summer seasons with Music Theatre of Wichita where he was both a designer and the Production Manager. Working as a guest artist Paul has lectured at Arizona State University, University of Arizona, Cornel College, and Viterbo University. Paul would like to thank his wife, Erica, for all her support.

Beth Dunkelberger (Costume Designer) is a Lancaster native who has been designing for Actors Company/Fulton Theatre since 1975. Her stage credits also include designs for area theatres such as Theatre of the Seventh Sister, Ephrata Performing Arts Center, Lancaster Opera Company, Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre and recently for Gretna Theatre as part of the Looking 4 Costumes design team.

Anthony Lascoskie, Jr. (Hair and Makeup Designer) 15 seasons have flown by. Favorite moments include designing his first play August: Osage County and his first musical Singin’ in the Rain for the main stage. Favorite hair adventures include Dreamgirls, Sunset Boulevard and all those darn Barristers in Witness for the Prosecution. Anthony is ready to dive into this high-flying, hair-raising season!

Jacob Mishler (Sound Designer) Jacob is incredibly grateful to be a part of this amazing team, designing this epic production! He’s been involved in professional audio for 20 years, moving into theatrical sound in 2005. This is his 11th Main Stage sound design for The Fulton. Some past favorites include Gypsy (Broadway World Award for best Sound Design); Chicago (Palace Theatre, New Hampshire); Cabaret (Dutch Apple). Many thanks to Marc and Aaron for this continuing opportunity! As always, all the love to Julie!!

Katelin Walsko (Props Designer/Manager) celebrates her 4th season with the Fulton! Some of her favorite credits include The 39 Steps, Sweeney Todd, Hairspray, Gaslight, and Joseph…Dreamcoat. A Pennsylvania native, Katelin grew up in the Pocono Mountains, attended the 2003 Governors School for the Arts, graduated with a BFA at UArts, and held an apprenticeship  with Walnut Street Theatre before moving to Lancaster. Thanks and love to the Fulton Family!

Timothy Markus (Les Mis: Production Stage Manager) Tim is thrilled to be working on this epic musical. Favorite Fulton credits include Miss Saigon, August: Osage County and The Sound of Music. Other credits include the national tour of Mary Poppins; The Public’s Shakespeare in the Park productions of Love’s Labor’s Lost and Into the Woods; The Guthrie Theater’s PBS special of HMS Pinafore. He’s also had the privilege of working for Walnut Street Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Surflight Theatre, Rebecca Davis Dance Company, and the international Tour of Porgy and Bess. Always grateful to Aaron and Marc.

Rebekah Lashof (Assistant Stage Manager) is elated to be working on two incredible productions at the Fulton this spring. Past favorite productions at the Fulton include A Chorus Line, Joseph and the Amazing…, and A Christmas Carol. Rebekah recently stage managed a beautiful new show, Twenty Seven, at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. Thanks to Marc, Tim, and Bryan for the ‘joie de vivre’ and thanks to Dean for such a marrrrrvelous time! And as always, thanks to Mom, Dad, and Pat for the unwavering love and support.

Aaron A. Young (Managing Director) Aaron joined the Fulton team in 2003. After several years in shopping center marketing, Aaron decided to devote his career to furthering the careers of artists in order to break the cycle of belief that the arts are a nice hobby but not a worthwhile profession. For six seasons, he directed the marketing and management of the Sundance Film Festival and Sundance Theatre, both programs of Robert Redford’s Sundance Institute. Aaron has also served as general manager for the Missouri Repertory Theatre and marketing and corporate development manager for Kansas City’s historic Folly Theatre. A magna cum laude graduate of Brigham Young University and formerly a professional actor, singer, and pianist, Aaron now spends his free time enjoying the pursuits of his wife and daughters, serving at church, and occasionally knitting a new pair of socks. He is very pleased that the Fulton is able to provide professional wages and benefits to more than 250 artists and arts administrators every year.

Actors’ Equity Association Founded in 1913, Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) represents more than 49,000 actors and stage managers in the U.S. AEA’s mission is to advance, promote and foster the art of live theatre as an essential component of our society. AEA negotiates wages and working conditions, providing a wide range of benefits, including health and pension plans for its members. AEA is a member of the AFL-CIO, and is affiliated with the FIA, an international association of performing arts unions. AEA and the League of Resident Theatres (LORT), a national association of non-profit regional theatres, negotiated our first contract in 1966. Our goal is to foster the artistic life of both the regional non-profit theatre, and the actors who work in that theatre, by establishing methods of operation to which the individual theatres and actors subscribe in a collective and mutually beneficial relationship. Together, we are dedicated to upholding the highest artistic standards in our community.

Music Theatre International (MTI) is one of the world’s leading theatrical licensing agencies, granting schools as well as amateur and professional theatres from around the world the rights to perform the largest selection of great musicals from Broadway and beyond. MTI works directly with the composers, lyricists and book writers of these shows to provide official scripts, musical materials and dynamic theatrical resources to over 60,000 theatrical organizations in the US and in over 60 countries worldwide.

Act I: 85 minutes
Intermission: 20 minutes
Act II: 65 minutes

Total: 2 hours and 50 minutes

Les Misérables Rehearsal Photos

“A few days before the new production of Les Misérables heads into tech, we took a few candid photos of the work going on in the Clubhouse, the @[48635480551:274:Fulton Theatre]’s rehearsal studio.”

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