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Beyond the Classroom! Week Ending 04/20/16

April 20, 2016

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This past September, Morgan had the great honor to appear in a concert reading of a new English adaption of a musical by the writers of Les Miserables. La Revolution Francaise is a prequel to Les Miz and looks at the reign of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette leading up to the revolution. Morgan played the young princess in the production and had a solo/duet singing part with the only other child actor in the production. For one week, Morgan rehearsed with the creators of Les Miz and David Bell, the famous director, and the rest of the cast to put on this concert reading at Thalia Hall before a sold out audience. It is hoped that this musical will one day reach the Broadway stage. Chicago Tribune article | Read Now

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