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St. Ursula Academy to present Les Miserables


St. Ursula Academy will be presenting Les Miserables® School Edition at The Franciscan Theatre of Lourdes College on February 1-4, 2007.


According to this Toledo-based academy for high school women, this record-breaking Broadway musical of Victor Hugo’s classic novel has thrilled audiences for years.


Julia Zook ’09, Allison Woods ’09, Alexandra Dane ’08, and Caitlynn Taylor ’07 are featured in the roles of Fantine, Eponine, Cosette, and Madame Thenardier. St. Ursula students and male actors from area high schools comprise the cast of 84.

St. Ursula to present Les Miserables (School Edition). Cast includes, L-R: Lauren Kowalik, José Durán, Elizabeth Quintero, Jennifer Sterns, and Emely Ortiz-Vega.


“To love another person is to see the face of God” is the overriding message of this journey of Jean Valjean (Austen Boone, Perrysburg High School) as he faces all of the obstacles of life in early 1800s in France.


Grant Grisier (St. Francis de Sales High School) portrays Javert, the police officer whose pursuit of Jean Valjean consumes his life. Marius (Robert Lynn, Cardinal Stritch High School) and Enjolras (Dominic Tartaglia, St. Francis de Sales High School) lead the student revolution, which includes actors from St. John’s Jesuit High School, Ottawa Hills High School, Sylvania Southview, Springfield High School, Central Catholic, and Anthony Wayne High School.


Directed by Elizabeth Clarke Horrigan, with musical direction by John Rowley and choreography by Jill Haller; set design and technical direction by Melissa Beland, Les Miserables® School Edition is a spectacle of great power. For ticket information, call St. Ursula Academy, 419-531-1693. All seats are reserved.


Students at St. Ursula Academy, Toledo, celebrate El Día de la Virgen de Guadalupe.







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