After 19 years as a prisoner, Jean Valjean is freed by Javert, the officer in charge of the prison workforce. Valjean promptly breaks parole but later uses money from stolen silver to reinvent himself as a mayor and factory owner. Javert vows to bring Valjean back to prison. Eight years later, Valjean becomes the guardian of a child named Cosette after her mother’s death, but Javert’s relentless pursuit means that peace will be a long time coming.

Creative Team:
Director/Producer: Kathy Powdrell
Vocal Director: Janwin Overstreet-Goode
Pit/Orchestra: Julio Sanchez
Set Design and Construction: Cale Borne
Choreography: Alyssa Goza
Production Manager: Amy Thornton
Box Office: Pepper Smith

Les Misérables is a sung-through musical based on the novel Les Misérables by French poet and novelist Victor Hugo. Premiering in Paris in 1980, it has music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, original French lyrics by Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel, with an English-language libretto by Herbert Kretzmer. The London production has run continuously since October 1985 – the longest-running musical in the West End and the second longest-running musical in the world.

Songs: School Edition
Prologue, At The End Of The Day, I Dreamed A Dream, The Docks, Cart Crash, Fantine’s Death, Little Cosette, The InnKeeper’s Song, The Bargain, The Beggars, The Robbery, Stars, The ABC Cafe, The People’s Song, Rue Plumet, A Heart Full Of Love, The Attack On Rue Plumet, One Day More, Building The Barricade, Javert At The Barricade, The First Attack, The Night, The Second Attack, The Final Battle, The Sewers, Javert’s Suicide, Cafe Song, Marius & Cosette, The Wedding, Epilogue

Performance at the Tommy Tune Awards 2017
Kathy Powdrell, Director

Jean Valjean: Alex Rudd
Javert: Dante Marcuccio
Marius Pontmercy: Max Morgan
Cosette: Katie Sharp
Monsieur Thénardier: Cade Tucker
Madame Thénardier: Lauren Podlewski
Fantine: Maddie Pertuis
Éponine: Emily Mesa
Bishop: Christian Mathews
Enjolras: Clayton Senter
Combeferre: Ash Davis
Prouvaire: Michael Donovan
Joly: Jacob Goodin
Feuilly: Garrett Morris
Grantaire: Tyler Pitman
Lesegles: Aidan O’Donnell
Montparnasse: Nate Hejtmancik de Valenzuela
Claquesous: Travis Schlicht
Courfeyrac: Rory Sims
Bamatabois: Jacob Vegas
Sentry: Kyle Dickens
Army Officer, Foreman: William Clyburn
Pimp: Tyler Phelps
Young Cosette: Taylor Greny and Isabella Morrison
Gavroche: Yarden Barr
Babet: Will Clyburn
Brujon: Craig Davenport


Sydney Antill Mackenzie Finch Philip Lu Angela Requardt
Melissa Archer Mary Gerlach Thomas Massey Elaina Roher
Nadia Asgari-Tari Sadie Gilbreath Anna McHenry Garrett Shelton
Abby Barone Isabella Giovannini Christopher Mendez Michael Timme
Mitchell Bauer Brittany Harris Faith Mendoza Emily Vu
Andrea Beasley Jake Henkels J. C. Mills Madyson Walker
Jack Binkley Danielle Hernandez Arianna Mitchell Kenzie Weddel
Anjanette Carlisle Kylee Hill Jonathan Moreno Hayden West
Jonah Cloyd Angelynn Hranitzky John Murray Presley Wilson
Tara Davenport Cole Kirkpatrick Alice Nguyen Trevor Wilson
Connor Dudley Jacqulein Kutz Kara Permenter Emma Wimberly
Ally Eckhart Jamie Laurents Clay Price


Amelia Anderson: Horn 2 Anna Lu: Cello
Thomas Cao: Trombone Hannah Melis: Flute
Kelly Cohorst, Spencer Beebe: Trumpet 2 Maddy Mills: Clarinet
MK Donovan: Alto Sax Jaxson Rives: Drums
Helena Haas: Reed 2 (English horn, oboe) Gabi Rodriguez: Horn
Marissa Halvorson: Percussion Matt Ryan: Trumpet
Sasha Litvinov: Keyboard 1 Emily Ulsh: Bass


 Joseph LeBlanc Keana Jazdyk Nancy Otto Jacob Jaime
Meredith Fraga Emily King Lillian Presley Brandon Lantau
Max Rittenhouse Gracie Ruiz Grace Rollen Gabe Walker
Logan Newsom Sam Wittman Olivia Beken Jordyn Westcott
Katie Arnold Jordan Anderson Anderson Berndt Ethan Evans
Anderson Berndt Allie Arribe Adrian Boehnke Hannah Gilbert
 Jana Ryan Sydney Chambers Zach Corbett Keana Jazdyk
Trey Hahn Lauren Dihn Megan Dodson Braeden King
Jacob Jaime Cheyenne Lay Nick Ess Marisa Markley
Megan Dodson Nicole Liddle Luca Gaedicke Spence Wignall
• Best Direction – Kathy Powdrell
• Best Choreography – Alyssa Goza and Katelyn Gallagher
Best Musical Direction WIN – Janwin Overstreet Goode and Michael Tyer
• Best Orchestra – Julio Sanchez ad conductor Michael Tyer
• Best Technical Execution/Best Crew
Best Lighting Design WIN
Best Scenic Design WIN 
Best Ensemble WIN 
• Best Supporting Actor – FHS landed two nominations in this category
– – Clayton Senter in the role of Enjolras
– – Cade Tucker in the role of Thenardier
• Best Lead Actress – Emily Mesa in the role of Eponine
• Best Lead Actor – FHS landed two nominations in this category
– – Alex Rudd in the role of Jean Val Jean
– – Max Morgan in the role of Marius

Winning are: Best Set Design, Best Scenic Lighting, Best Ensemble, Best Musical Direction
Alex Rudd was a Tommy Tune Award $1,000 scholarship recipient.

January 27, 28 at 7 pm and January 29 at 2:30 pm
February 3, 4 at 7 pm and February 5 at 2:30 pm
Tickets are $10 and available at the door one hour before each performances.
Tickets will also be sold at FHS Visitor’s desk 9 am – 3 pm Monday – Friday beginning January 22, 2017
The show is rated PG.
• Jean Valjean, a morally conflicted paroled convict, prisoner 24601, and the protagonist. Failing to find work with his yellow parole note and redeemed by the Bishop of Digne’s mercy, he tears his passport up and conceals his identity (under the alias “Monsieur Madeleine” and later “Monsieur Fauchelevant”) in order to live his life again as an honest man. However, Javert constantly pursues him;
• Fantine, a struggling single mother who becomes a street prostitute in order to pay for her child’s well-being;
• Javert, a willful police inspector, originally a prison-guard, who becomes obsessed with hunting down Valjean to whom he refers as “Prisoner 24601”;
• Éponine, the young daughter of the sinister Thénardiers who was pampered and spoiled as a child but grows up to be ragged in Paris. She secretly loves Marius;
• Cosette, Fantine’s daughter, who is abused and mistreated by the Thénardiers but whom Valjean later adopts – she soon grows into a beautiful young woman;
• Marius Pontmercy, a French student and revolutionary who falls in love with Cosette;
• Monsieur and Madame Thénardier, a crooked couple who own an inn and exploit their customers. They later become a feared band of thieves in the streets of Paris;
• Enjolras, leader of the student revolutionaries who seek to bring revolution and change to France;
• Gavroche, a hotheaded young boy who is adored by the people and aligns himself with their revolution – he is a true symbol of the youth and boldness of the rebellion.
• Grantaire a revolutionary who doesn’t believe in the causes of the revolution. He reveres Enjolras, and is often drunk.