PHOTO CALL: What They Did for Miz: Wilkinson and Kuhn Return for #6,138

News   PHOTO CALL: What They Did for Miz: Wilkinson and Kuhn Return for #6,138 Original cast members of the Broadway company of Les Miserables popped up to sing in A Chorus Line parody for the musical's historic 6,138th performance Jan. 25, including Colm Wilkinson, who originated the role of Jean Valjean in London and New York, and Judy Kuhn, the first Cosette.

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Original cast members of the Broadway company of Les Miserables popped up to sing in A Chorus Line parody for the musical's historic 6,138th performance Jan. 25, including Colm Wilkinson, who originated the role of Jean Valjean in London and New York, and Judy Kuhn, the first Cosette.

A Chorus Line played 6,137 performances. The 6,138th performance of Les Miz — the French originated pop opera that was developed, refined and produced by Brits — makes the show the second-longest running play or musical in Broadway history, behind Cats (which Cameron Mackintosh also produced, and Trevor Nunn also directed).

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