Evan and Hunt, both veterans of the Broadway production of Les Miserables, will portray Jean Valjean and Javert, respectively, with Rivette (Miss Saigon) as Fantine. Additional Broadway Les Miz veterans who will join the resident TUTS production include Leah Horowitz as Cosette, Ed Dixon as Thenardier, Mary Gutzi as Madame Thenardier and Anderson Davis as Marius.
Completing the cast will be Sarah Shahinian as Eponine and Ed Watts as Enjolras with newcomers Maddie Dyer and Mallory Bechtel alternating in the role of young Cosette and Eponine, and Sam Linda as Gavroche.
The Les Miserables ensemble features Siri Howard, Jen Sese, Margaret Kelly, Robyn Payne, Anita Vasan, Nina Sturtz, Shawna M. Hamic, Jennifer Semrick, C. Mingo Long, David Weitzer, Cole Burden, Jason Ostrowski, Kevin Reed, Devin Ilaw, Jeremy Hays, Andrew Foote, Craig Foster, Kyle Dean Reinford, Kristopher Stanley Ward and Christopher Deaton.
Under the direction of Fred Hanson, Les Miserables will run through April 5 at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. Robert Billig serves as musical director and conductor.
The design team includes Matt Kinley (scenic design), John Demous (lighting design), Kit Bond (sound design) and Zachary Borovay (projection design).
For tickets phone (888) 558-3882 or visit www.TUTS.org.