CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Charleston Light Opera Guild has announced its cast for "Les Miserables," which it will stage at and in collaboration with the Clay Center Nov. 1-3 and 8-10.Ryan Hardiman will star as Jean Valjean and Chris Terpening as Inspector Javert. Emily Capece will play Fantine, Beth Winkler Bowden is Eponine and Brynna Horswell is Cosette. Evan Sullivan portrays Marius Pontmercy, Jonathan Tucker is Enjolras and Alan and Laurie Pennington are the Thénardiers.
Other cast members are Kris Corbett, Mark Felton, Rick Fleenor, Stephen Hayward, Grace Javins, Ethan Lyvers, Will Manahan, Bob McCarty, Jamison Miller, Andrea Parkins, Ted Rose, Austin Thomas, Cameron Vance, Bria White and Tim Whitener.The ensemble is Kennie Bass, Lynn Bell, Elizabeth Cary Brown, Dionne Canterbury, Victoria Casey, Lindsey Duvall, Horace Emery, Jacob Fleck, Anne Marie Haddy, Trey Harris, Kimberly Smith Harry, Eric Hudnall, Kim Javins, Cassia King, Pam Kessler, Katlin Kouns, Lauren Meyer, Lily Odekirk, Cassandra Phelps, Whitney Pressley, Jennifer Rizzi, Aubrey Roberts, Rachel Scarpelli, Paul Shannon, Carl D. Simpkins II, Katie Shaver, Taylor Shaw, Alan Smith, Clayton Strohmenger, Carly Thaw, Susanna Tucker, John Valleau and Blake Whitener. Evening show times are 7:30 p.m., and Sunday matinees are 2 p.m. Tickets are $25. Call 304-561-3570 or visit www.theclaycenter.org