Directed and choreographed by Marc Robin, performances will continue at the Massachusetts venue through Nov. 16.
The cast features Will Ray (Jean Valjean), Danny Rothman (Javert), Daniella Dalli (Fantine), Gary Troy (Thénardier), Tregoney Shepherd (Madame Thénardier), Siri Howard (Cosette), Blake Stadnik (Marius), Lizzie Klemperer (Eponine), Steve Czarnecki (Enjolras), Gavin Swartz (Gavroche), Carly Williams (Young Cosette) and Tessa Bigelow (Young Eponine).
The ensemble comprises Cameron Bartell, Ryan Bauer-Walsh, Kendall Hope, Zak Edwards, Collin Kessler, Melissa McKamie, Brittney Morello, Manna Nichols, Ellen Peterson, Zoe Raphael, Casi Riegle, Bryon Thomas Smith, Joseph Spieldenner, Jonathan Tomaselli, Dave Anthony Vogel and Antonio Weissinger.
Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, Les Miserables, according to press notes, "tells an enthralling epic story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption. The world's most popular musical examines the metamorphosis of ex-prisoner Jean Valjean who agrees to care for a dying factory worker's young daughter, all the while being hunted for decades by the ruthless policeman Javert."
The creative team also includes music director Andrew Bryan, scenic designer Bert Scott, costume designer Kurt Alger, lighting designer Dan Efros, sound designer Leon Rothenberg, wig and hair designer Gerard Kelly, production stage manager Phill Madore, assistant stage manager Amanda M. Stuart and assistant music director Erik Daniells with casting by Binder Casting. Les Miserables is produced for North Shore Music Theatre by Bill Hanney (owner/producer), Kevin P. Hill (artistic director) and Beth Vasta (associate producer).
The Broadway revival of Les Miserables continues at the Imperial Theatre.
For tickets and information call (978) 232-7200, visit nsmt.org, or visit the box office in person at 62 Dunham Rd., Beverly.