Nikki M. James Les Miserables Ramin Karimloo The Les Miserables ensemble features Erin Clemons, Emily Cramer, Natalie Charle Ellis, Jason Forbach, Heidi Giberson, Nathaniel Hackmann, Andrew Kober, Chris McCarrell, Melissa Mitchell, Dennis Moench, Adam Monley, Betsy Morgan, Melissa O’Neil, Max Quinlan, John Rapson, Terance Reddick, Arbender Robinson, Christianne Tisdale and Aaron Walpole. Related Shows Andy Mientus Star Files Keala Settle Caissie Levy An army of pint-sized revolutionaries are ready to take Broadway by storm! The Miz kids have been announced for Cameron Mackintosh’s revival of Les Miserables, which stars Ramin Karimloo as Jean Valjean, Will Swenson as Javert, Caissie Levy as Fantine and Nikki M. James as Eponine. Directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor, the newly imagined production is slated to begin performances March 1 at the Imperial Theatre. Opening night is set for March 23. Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 Charlotte Maltby Will Swenson In addition to Karimloo, Swenson, Levy and James, the cast of Les Miserables also includes Andy Mientus as Marius, Charlotte Maltby as Cosette, Kyle Scatliffe as Enjolras, Cliff Saunders as Thenardier and Keala Settle as Madame Thenardier. The small stars completing the ensemble are Joshua Colley (Newsies) and Gaten Matarazzo (Priscilla Queen of the Desert), who will rotate in the role of Gavroche, Angeli Negron (Broadway debut) and Mckayla Twiggs (Once), who will rotate in the roles of Little Cosette and Young Eponine, and Mia Sinclair Jenness (The Sound of Music Live!) who will be a member of the ensemble and understudy both Little Cosette and Young Eponine. Les Miserables is written by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg and is based on the 1862 novel by Victor Hugo. It has music by Schonberg, lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and original French text by Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel, original adaptation by Trevor Nunn and John Caird and additional material by James Fenton. Les Miserables includes scenic design by Matt Kinley, costume design by Andreane Neofitou and Christine Rowlands, lighting design by Paule Constable, sound by Mick Potter and projections by Fifty-Nine Productions. View Comments View All (7)
“We’re just keeping him on the side, working,” Marrone said at the time. “He’ll be fine. We’re not concerned about it.”When asked if there’s any concern, Marrone replied, “Nothing. Zero. It’s a bruise. That’s it. That’s why I want to be sure to set it straight.”As for the rest of his squad, Marrone is pleased with how things are coming together so far. Jaguars rookie Josh Allen dealing with knee injury, not practicing Jacksonville’s top rookie is in jeopardy of missing mandatory minicamp next week.The Jaguars are scheduled to hold their workouts June 11-13, but coach Doug Marrone told reporters Thursday that pass rusher Josh Allen is unlikely to participate. Giants QB Eli Manning motivated by winning, not rookie Daniel Jones “I’ll probably just as safety hold him until he’s ready for camp,” Marrone said, via the team’s official website . “Technically he could be ready to go next week.”Allen, who was selected seventh overall in April’s draft, is dealing with a bruised knee suffered early during OTAs and has already missed the majority of the team’s sessions. However, Marrone said last month it’s just a precautionary measure and he isn’t worried about Allen being sidelined for an extended period. Related News Broncos cancel final minicamp practice for field day “The players who are out here now have done the best job I’ve ever seen of not being on the ground,” Marrone said. “Helmets aren’t getting involved in anything. A lot of times inside when you go 11-on-11, those helmets can hit a shoulder. Guys are working with each other. “This is the best group I’ve ever had as far as working together and staying up, so if that remans through training camp and the mandatory minicamp, then we’ll be fine.”For now, Allen will continue working with trainers on the sidelines in preparation for training camp next month.