I’m continuing to slowly go through my stuff from the last trips. Am I that bad at googling, or is the Ham4Ham vid with LMM as Loud Hailer really the only time we ever got pictorial evidence of Monley!vert in costume? I’m usually not into bearded Javerts but I really liked his look on stage. 😦

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Les Misérables Broadway
January 26, 2016
Alfie Boe (Valjean), Adam Monley (Javert), Montego Glover (Fantine), Gavin Lee (Thenardier), Rachel Izen (Mme. Thenardier), Chris McCarrell (Marius), Alex Finke (Cosette), Brennyn Lark (Eponine), Wallace Smith (Enjolras), Joseph Spieldenner (Grantaire), Terance Cedric Reddick (Bishop), Sean Reda (Gavroche), Eleanor Koski (Little Cosette)



“One Day More” from Les Miserables at the NY Pops Do You Hear the People Sing concert May 2, 2016.




y’all gotta listen to this marius

just wait for him to do the thing

you’ll know it when you hear it







(Also you can hear me slam into the back of my chair first before I say wow xD and later on whisper “Holy shit!!!” to Amy)

This is amazing, oh my gOD. This is literally one of the best Empty Chairs I’ve ever heard I!!!!! Wow!



Aaron Tveit singing ‘Out There’ from The Hunchback of Notre Dame from the Defying Gravity: Songs of Stephen Schwartz concert, Sydney Australia.

@versaillesfancies in case you want to cry with me rn


2012/06/30 – 4NT: Seattle
Peter Lockyer (Valjean), Andrew Varela (Javert), Betsy Morgan (Fantine), Lauren Wiley (Cosette), Max Quinlan (Marius), Timothy Gulan (Thenardier), Shawna M. Hamic (Mme. Thenardier), Jason Forbach (Enjolras)

A former Marius and u/s Valjean…


2000/02/01 – Broadway
Andrew Varela (u/s Valjean), Gregg Edelman (Javert), Jane Bodle (Fantine), Nick Wyman (Thenardier), Fuschia Walker (Mme. Thenardier), Peter Lockyer (Marius), Tobi Foster (Cosette), Jessica Boevers (Éponine), Christopher Mark Peterson (Enjolras) , Paul Truckey (Grantaire)


I don’t know about the West End, but over here, our Grantaires take their relationship with Gavroche very seriously. So here is a compilation of some Grantaire’s screaming in agony when Gavroche is killed 😀

  1. Joe Spieldenner, 4th National Tour (this is THE scream of agony. The official one)
  2. John Rapson, Broadway (This was early in his run, where he actually said “OH GOD NO”. Very memorable.)
  3. John Rapson, Broadway (Later in his run, where it’s just a scream)
  4. Adam Monley, Broadway understudy
  5. Dennis Moench, Broadway understudy 
  6. Eric Van Tielen, Tour understudy (dat whimper doe)
  7. Joe Spieldenner, North Shore Music Theatre (just… wait it out. The whole thing. It’s worth it)

To give you an idea about what really happened in the last audio 


Les Mis Audios *Gifted Upon Requests*


I seldom gift audio recordings since I’m not sure about the view of masters. But those are some audios marked as *Gifted Upon Requests* so I guess those masters (couldn’t be kinder) are glad to spread them around. 🙂 If you are a trader, please keep them as *GUR* stuff. 

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13th April 2016, Evening

Luke Mccall (Valjean Debut), Jeremy Secomb (Javert), Patrice Tipoki (Fantine), Adam Pearce (Thenardier), Tamsin Dowsett (Mme Thenardier), Eva Noblezada (Eponine), Zoe Doano (Cosette), Craig Mather (Marius), Bradley Jaden (Enjolras), Jo Parsons (Factory Foreman, then continued in his usual Grantaire track), Jordan Lee Davis (Bamatabois), there were many swings and I wish I could tell you who, but they don’t keep their cast board up to date unfortunately.

Luke started off really strong, his prologue was probably his best moment vocally (also yay for Jesus hair!) Some of the high notes in soliloquy were a bit rough, but he styled it out with some shorter notes and dramatic shouts, he pulled it off and made it work for him. It was the same for the end of Who Am I, but he was okay after then. The Confrontation punch was a bit timid, they seemed to be almost all the way over into the wings, and Jeremy landed off (he usually ends up on his back over stage left, but he was on his front with a leg up swenson style stage right) and then the revolve was a few seconds late in moving so he was still lying on the floor during the first bars of Castle on a Cloud, but Luke made up for it by shoving Javert really hard in Valjean’s revenge so Javert skidded really far across the floor and his cravat nearly came off. At the end of Waltz of Treachery Cosette’s bonnet wouldn’t stay on so that’s the reason for the audience laughter there. He fluffed several lines in Valjean’s confession and there was an awkward bit where they sang over each other and then there was silence. He sounds very young and he looked very young, but his voice is very pretty especially his mid-range and lighter high notes. He suits Enjolras much better, but he carried well and I enjoyed watching him. Tamsin delivers as Mme Thenardier, no complaints here, and Adam as Thenardier had some funny adlibs and also does the threatening side that I really wish Phil Daniels would play up. Eva’s acting is fab and her voice is absolutely gorgeous, but I wish she’d  add a bit more…idk, grit? Rawness? It’s early in her run so I’m sure she’ll grow, but she sounds almost like Cosette. Speaking of, Zoe’s last AHFOL note was absolutely beautiful. Jeremy continues to be the most talented human on that stage, his Stars always gets a crazy reaction and he deserves it, his voice is SO powerful and his acting is wild and I say this all the time about him so I’ll wrap this up here. Please don’t copy paste this text onto your trading site, listen yourself and make your own notes or paraphrase at the least. 

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