Eponine


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Eponine

during fight, gives his life to save Marius. [Fr. Lit.: Les Misérables]
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She was the first Asian person to play Eponine in the musical Les Miserables on Broadway.
Sarah Lamb, who played the tragic and heroic Eponine, said: "When you got on the stage, the audience applauding and their vibe was amazing.
The cherry on top, of course, was the finale: 'One Day More' from 'Les Miserables,' which opened with the original cast of Rep's landmark 1993 production, who then literally handed over the microphones mid-song to a next-generation lineup, in a kind of symbolic turnover that saw Williams giving Marius to Joaquin Valdes, Monique Wilson passing over Eponine to Borromeo, and Karla Gutierrez, Cosette to Coates.
Middleton wore a belted blue coat by Eponine, teamed with navy pumps by Rupert Sanderson, during her appearance.
Her performance as Eponine in the West End production of Les Miserables led to her reprising the role in Tom Hooper's Oscar-winning movie adaptation.
Kate, 34, wore the Eponine outfit as she and husband William, 34, visited XLP, a mentoring charity for young people in London.
While she was signed up for I'm A Celebrity, she could have gone for Eponine [in Les Miserables] in the West End, and she was up for an audition for a BBC drama series with Anna Friel.
My dream role would be Eponine in Les Miserables," she said.
I think I'd like to play the role of Eponine because of the choice of song and the way she portrays her character.
SAMANTHA BARKS, A MANX ACTOR KNOWN STATE-SIDE for playing Eponine in the big-screen Les Miserables, has come to the U.