Also featured in the 35-member company are Patton Chandler (Marius), Kalli Siringas (Eponine), Sergio Pasquariello (Enjolras), Katie Weiser (Cosette), Travis Mitchell (Thernadier), Jamie Schraff (Madame Thernadier), Sarah Cline (Fantine), Evan Fine and Giaco Traggio (Gavroche), Charlotte Clulow, Lorelei Gnerre, Akira Golz and Leah Schraff (Young Cosette).
Opening night is set for June 19 for a run through June 29.
Rounding out the ensemble are Rose Bisogno, Dave Cadwell, Sam Everett, David Fanning, Gabbie Fried, Luke Garrison, Elizabeth Gerbi, Morgan Grambo, Taylor Johnson, Alan J. Kelly, Lauren Krauss, Christian Lange, Delaney Parker, AnnMarie Powers, Peter Reyelt, Nikhil Saboo, Thomas J. Schindler, Ian Shain, Sarah Treanor and Josh Zacher.
Eric Kang is the production's musical director, and Nathaniel Shaw provides choreography.
Based on Victor Hugo’s classic novel, Les Misérables is "an epic and uplifting story about the survival of the human spirit," according to Sharon Playhouse.
Les Misérables is designed by Michael Schweikardt (sets), Michelle Eden Humphrey (costumes), Chris Dallos (lighting) and Brad Berridge (sound). Geoff Josselson is casting director, and Thomas J. Coppola is the production stage manager.
Sharon Playhouse is located at 49 Amenia Road. For more information and tickets, call (860) 364-7469 or visit TriArts.net.