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Theater review

Musical ‘Les Misérables’ is a feast for both eyes and ears

Timothy Gulan, on shoulders, and Shawna M. Hamic, far right, perform “Master of the House” in “Les Miserables” at Proctors.
Timothy Gulan, on shoulders, and Shawna M. Hamic, far right, perform “Master of the House” in “Les Miserables” at Proctors.
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There was never a doubt, when Proctors announced a run of “Les Misérables” this season, that it would be playing to sellout crowds. The usual patrons would be there, of course — the ones who never miss a musical at Proctors — but with the movie having just come out, there would be a whole new group of fans: people who had never seen it on stage and wanted to experience it for the first ...


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countrysquire339
May 2, 2013
9:07 a.m.

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Unless there was a last-minute cast change, the part of Eponine was played by Brittney Johnson at both the Tuesday and Wednesday evening performances. If the reviewer writes about either of those evenings, it is unfortunate that she was not credited in the review.

mhartley
May 2, 2013
2:30 p.m.

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Thank you. The review has been corrected.

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