Fun on a Friday: The stars that should replace in Les Miz

I found ’em.

I found the stars that will replace in Les Miz.  (Cameron, you can thank me later.)

I just did a Fun on a Friday blog last week, so I normally wouldn’t put one up again so quickly (I’m a “fun” curmudgeon, I guess), but I just get such a kick out of this video and the stars in it, that I had to break my personal bloggin’ rule.

I’ll admit that one of the reasons I love the vid is because it reminds me of my freshman year at Johns Hopkins University, when me and my dormmates used to play that classic college game, “Let’s sing Les Miz in the hallway!”

The other reason I love the vid is because it’s a great reminder of the most important characteristic Producers need to find from stars they want to put in their shows.

What is that special sauce that the two stars in this video have?

They L-O-V-E the theater.  It’s obvious.

One of them loves it so much, that he’s back on Broadway this season.  And the other one, well, I’d bet money we’ll see him on Broadway at some point.

Enjoy their love, and look for that love when you’re looking for a star for your show.  (If you’re an email subscriber and you can’t see the video, click here.)

 

 

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  • At the end of a long week of rehearsals and an even longer opening week ahead, this duet is why I love your blog. It was a spirit lifter!

  • Paula says:

    This is making the rounds. I had received this from a friend before your blog. Perhaps, a movement to draft them for the roles has begun.
    One never knows. After Hedwig……..?

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