At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202
Tuesday-Saturday 11:00am-7:00pm

At the Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street N, Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202


By Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg

A Passionate Tale of Love and Revolution

The world’s longest running musical, seen on stage by over 60 million people, and winner of 96 international awards, Les Misérables will take your breath away on Village Theatre’s stage. An extraordinary cast will shine in the Pacific Northwest’s first local professional production. From the comfort and intimacy of Village Theatre’s 500 seat house, you’ll be immersed in the streets of Paris as revolution and love play out their battles for those who dare to dream of something more.

November 7, 2013 - January 5, 2014
January 10-February 9, 2014 in Everett

Select Tuesdays at 7:30 PM
Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30 PM
Fridays at 8:00 PM
Saturdays at 2:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM and 7:00 PM

Preview Performance: November 6, 2013
ASL Interpreted Performance: November 23, 2013 at 2PM
Post-Show Discussion: December 10, 2013

Running Time: Approximately 3 hours. Exact runtime TBA.

Know Before You Go: Download the Performance Preview Guide »

  • Cast

    *The Actors and Stage Managers are members of the Actor’s Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.

    Greg Stone

    Jean Valjean
    Greg Stone*

    Eric Polani Jensen

    Eric Polani Jensen*

    Nick DeSantis

    Nick DeSantis*

    Kate Jaeger

    Madame Thenardier
    Kate Jaeger

    Steve Czarnecki

    Steve Czarnecki*

    Beth DeVries

    Beth DeVries*

    Kirsten deLohr Hellend

    Kirsten DeLohr Hellend

    Matthew Kacergis

    Matthew Kacergis*

    Kyle Anderson

    Kyle Anderson

    Jadd Davis

    Jadd Davis*

    John Dewar

    John Dewar*

    David Ibarra

    Jean Prouvire/Ensemble
    David Ibarra

    Randy Scholz

    Randy Scholz

    Justin Thornton

    Justin Thornton

    Matt Wade

    Matt Wade

    Ethan Carpenter

    Ethan Carpenter

    Victoria Ames Smith

    Little Cosette
    Victoria Ames Smith

    Ilsa Weigel

    Young Eponine
    Ilsa Weigel

    Josh Feinsilber

    Josh Feinsilber

    Alexandra Zorn

    Alexandra Zorn*

    Jonathan P Lee

    Jonathan Lee-Vroman

    Jon Lutyens

    Jon Lutyens*


    Valjean: Steve Czarnecki*
    Javert: Jonathan P Lee
    Thenardier: John Dewar*
    Madame Thenardier: Rachel Wilkie
    Eponine: Heather McQuarrie
    Enjolras: Jadd Davis*
    Fantine: Allison Standley
    Cosette: Chauncey Trask
    Little Cosette: Ilsa Weigel
    Little Eponine: Bea Corley
    Gavroche: Jonny Ozburn
    Male Ensemble: Josh Krupke, Frederick Hagreen
    Female Ensemble: Victoria Spero, Jean Mishler


    Natalie Colvin
    Mary Jo Dugaw*
    Heather McQuarrie
    Gina Russell
    Adam Somers*
    Jessica Spencer
    Allison Standley
    Rachel Wilkie

  • Gallery

  • Video
  • Press

    "If you’ve got Les Mis overload and don’t want to suffer through another version like last year’s 2-hours-and-40-minute-long blockbuster movie, fear not. The Village Theatre’s delightful new interpretation of this classic will leave you laughing as well as crying, because it enthralls and inspires, without being too heavy-handed." Kirkland Reporter

    "Village Theatre makes the story, its characters and passions, its dangers, thrills, desires and gratifications new again. I don't think I will ever see a better production of this show." Seattle Actor

    "Village Theatre's production of Les Miz is an impressive and impactful performance to see on date night or with children who are ready. And, if you see it en famille, Les Miz can be an impetus to discuss big topics in meaningful ways." Parent Map

    "...this production is, quite simply, breathtaking." Heed the Hedonist

    "The story may have been around a long time, but Village has given it an exciting rebirth." The Seattle Times

    "You're not likely to see it done this well - or so intimately - ever again... It's better than any I've ever seen, Ever." Seattle Weekly

    "Though the path of Les Mis is well-trod, Village Theatre’s venture is more than worthwhile, and should be seen by show veterans and the uninitiated alike." Bellevue Reporter

    "This production is Village Theatre at its best. Les Misérables feels like it has a giant engine under it, starting with the feeling of a large, powerful orchestra, and two talented and powerful men: Greg Stone and Eric Polani Jensen, as Jean Valjean and Inspector Javert, respectively. Combine that with a set that seems massive and you have the makings of a serious 'event' here." Seattle Gay News

    Nothing ‘Misérable’ about Village Theatre’s latest spectacle Issaquah Press

    "I've seen it several times since, no production has come close to that one. How could it, right? That is until now as the current production playing at Village Theatre stunned me by turning me into that weepy mess from 17 years ago all over again and reminded me just how good this show can be." Broadway World

    "...I never felt the emotions of “Les Mis” until I saw the Village Theatre production." Daily Record

    If you enjoy being swept away from reality by a larger than life story and gorgeous music, or if you simply love, as I do, "Les Miserables," have no fear: you’ll enjoy Village Theater’s production of it. They’ve really done it right, in a very satisfying way. Edge

    For those who may, understandably, have "Les Mis" fatigue, work yourself up to go check out Village's production. For the faithful die-hards, you will rejoice. For those in the middle, just know that "Les Miserables" at the Village Theatre is, in fact, the one to see. The Examiner

    “It’s one of the biggest shows we, as a theater, have ever tried,” director Steve Tomkins said. “We have a (14-piece) pit orchestra performing one of the greatest scores among musicals. In addition we have a revolving set… there are many different set locations in the show. There’s 40 scene changes in Act One alone, and 20 in Act Two. A character says a few lines and we’re somewhere else. They sing a song, and then we’re somewhere else again.” Bellevue Reporter

    “He’s really put together an impressive cast, as strong a cast that I’ve ever been a part of,” Stone said. “This is a top notch, professional production that I’m dang proud to be a part of.” The Issaquah Press

    First Look at Greg Stone in LES MISERABLES at Village Theatre. Broadway World

  • Single Ticket Prices

    Ticket Prices

    General Senior Youth
    Fri Eve / Sat Eve / Sun Mat
    Tue Eve / Wed Eve / Thu Mat
    Thu Eve / Sat Mat / Sun Eve

    * Youth 18 & Under | Senior 65 & Older

    Seating Chart

    Numbered Seating Chart



Box Office

Francis Gaudette Theatre
(425) 392-2202
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027

11:00 AM-7:00 PM
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Francis J. Gaudette Theatre
303 Front Street North
Issaquah, WA 98027
Box Office: (425) 392-2202

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