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Meet The Director and Cast of Kensington Arts Theatre’s ‘Les Misérables’:...

In Part 8 of our series of interviews with the director and cast of Kensington Arts Theatre’s Les Misérables, meet Camryn Shegogue. Joel: Please introduce yourself, tell...

‘Behind the Barricade at Toby’s’ Part 9—An Interview with Daniel Felton...

"Now bring me prisoner 24601!" The time is up—well, nearly anyhow (they close on November 10th), as the end of the epic run of Les...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s Part 8: An Interview With Larry...

He is the law and the law is not mocked. He has done his duty and nothing more; the man with black and white...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 7: Katie Grace Heidbreder and...

Every epic musical has a broad range of characters, including the love-struck ingénue type. Les Misèrables at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia is no...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 6— David James and Theresa...

Everybody raise a glass! Now, raise it up the master’s ass! The cheers go around for the comic relief— the master of the house!...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 5—An Interview with Jeffrey Shankle...

Continuing on in the 'Behind the Barricade at Toby's' interview series, I sat down with veteran actor Jeffrey Shankle to discuss the role of...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 4: An Interview with Ben...

He is their sign, that rallies the people, that calls them to order, that brings them in line. In the fourth installment of the...

‘Les Misèrables’ at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia by Amanda Gunther

Do you hear the people sing? The beating of their hearts echoes the beating of the drum, as the show is about to start...

‘Les Misérables’ at The National Theatre by Jennifer Perry

I was one of those girls that belted out “On My Own” incessantly in my bedroom as a teenager and have been a bit...

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