PHOTO CALL: Les Misérables: Leading Mann
February 6, 2003
Terrence Man made his triumphant return to the role of Inspector Javert in Les Misérables, on Feb. 4. Mann was nominated for a Tony for his portrayal of the man chasing Jean Valjean.
The long-running hit musical based on Victor Hugo's masterpiece continues at the Imperial Theatre - but only until May 18.
Mann appeared as Javert in the Broadway production of Les Miz from the December 1986 pre-Broadway engagement in Washington, DC, through Nov. 29, 1987. A popular Broadway leading man, Mann starred in the original Broadway casts of Cats (1983, originating the role of Rum Tum Tugger), Les Misérables (1987) and Beauty and the Beast (1993, originating The Beast and earning Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics nominations).
Other Broadway credits include Barnum (Ringmaster, 1980), Rags (Saul, 1986), Jerome Robbins' Broadway (The Narrator, 1989),
Getting Away with Murder (Greg, 1996), The Scarlet Pimpernel (Chauvelin, 1997) and The Rocky Horror Show (Frank ‘N Furter, 2001), as well as in Madison Square Garden's A Christmas Carol (Scrooge, 1997) and the original Off-Broadway production of Assassins (Leon Czolgosz, 1991, preserved on a cast album). Mann recently appeared in The Guys and Playwrights Horizons concert of Floyd Collins, playing Floyd's father. Regionally, Mann is currently the artistic director of The Lost Colony in Maneo, NC.
Tickets for the nine-week extension of Les Misérables went on sale the morning of Feb. 1. They are available by phone and at the box office.
The performance schedules is as follows:
Wednesday - Saturday @8pm
Wednesday and Saturday @2pm