Plays Young Cosette in Les Misérables
Darcy is the 3rd generation of her family to participate in Actorsingers! Her grandparents Raul Gual and Sara Gual were involved as board members and on stage in the late 1960s. Her mother, Gillian Hinkle played in the pit orchestra for several shows and her brother, Robert Gual performed on stage with Actorsingers as a teen and again later as an adult.
Darcy loves the show Les Misérables and has performed on stage with Actorsingers in Stuart Little and Seussical. She was really excited to be cast in the show and even more excited that her friend Ben was cast too.
Darcy’s plays young Cosette when asked how does she connects to her character, she responds “I DON"T KNOW! Well, we are both dreamers!” She finds her most challenging part of bringing her role to life is not laughing because she knows they are really mean. What Darcy enjoys about theatre different from anything else she does is she gets to be someone else for a while.
Her earliest theatre memory is when she had to run to the back of the auditorium, in the dark, over and over again!
For fun when she isn’t involved in theater she is involved with soccer, drawing, oboe and First Lego League.
Monday, October 28, 2013 4:17:00 PM
Plays in the female ensemble in “Les Misérables”
Laura Pierce is from Manchester, NH and plays in the female ensemble in “Les Misérables”. “Les Mis” has been on her bucket list of shows for a while so she looks forward to being part of the production. “Les Mis” is her fifth production with Actorsingers and she has also performed with Stagecoach Productions, The Majestic Theatre and Windham Performing Arts. Being a newlywed, she relates closely to her character in Act II and the fear of losing someone you love.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 9:19:00 PM
Plays Brujon and 5 other ensemble characters
Larry Seiler is from West Boylston, MA. In “Les Misérables,” he plays six different ensemble characters including a brutal prison guard, then rises to the level of constable. He also carouses in the Thenardiers' low tavern. Ten years later, He’s in Paris as Brujon, a more brutal member of the Thenardier gang who disappears at the end of Act 1, but he returns as the (off-stage) French army officer, end the show as the Major Domo at Marius' and Cosette's wedding.
Larry says playing six characters was challenging at first but as the process went on it got easier. When asked what he likes the best about theatre, Seiler stated “Musical theater allows me to more completely be the person singing the song. What is more, musical theater is filled with characters who are singing about the most important thing in their life at that moment. That experience is essential to me, and the chance to share such songs with people who want to hear is the biggest thing I get from musical theater -- and I get it there more than anywhere else. It's especially good when achieved in the camaraderie of a group committed to giving all they have to the audience.”
Saturday, October 26, 2013 5:23:00 PM