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Pulaski High School to present ‘Les Miserables’ on March 7, 8

Pulaski High School will present the musical “Les Miserables” on March 7 and 8 in the high school auditorium beginning at 7 each night.

Tickets for the production are available at the door and will be $8 for adults, $7 for students; senior citizens and children under 5 are admitted free.

Pulaski High School will present “Les Miserables” on March 7 and 8 beginning at 7 each night. Pictured are members of the cast as they perform the song “At the End of the Day.”
Pulaski High School will present “Les Miserables” on March 7 and 8 beginning at 7 each night. Pictured are members of the cast as they perform the song “At the End of the Day.”

The highly anticipated musical, based on the book by Victor Hugo, will feature Bryce Waite as Jean Valjean, Larry Halsey as Javert, Annie Forestiere as Cosette, Hannah Potter as Fantine and Jacob Nicholson as Marius to name a few.

The production will also feature the talents of several sixth graders to play the parts of young Cosette, Eponine and Gavroche.

The production is under the direction of Aimee Mumford, chorus teacher, and William Whaley, band teacher in the Pulaski district.

The public is invited to attend and support the musical programs at the school.

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  1. AWESOME show last night. worth the evening out and the talent is abundant with this group of kids!

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