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2006 - 2007

Disney's Beauty and the Beast

Once upon a time in a faraway land, a very handsome but unkind Prince lived in a magnificent castle.  One winter's night, a hideous beggar woman came to the castle and offered him a single rose in return for shelter from the bitter cold.  Repulsed by her ugliness, he refused her request.  Suddenly turning into a beautiful Enchantress, she transformed him into a hideous Beast and cast a spell over all who lived within the castle.  The rose would bloom for many years but gradually the petals wold fall off.  If the Beast could learn to love another and be loved in return before the last petal fell, the spell wold be broken.  If not, he would be doomed to remain a Beast for all time.

The tale now turns to Belle, a gentle and sweet girl lusted over by Gaston, a vain and crude lout, who has vowed to make her his wife,  Her father, Maurice, off to the Fair, is attacked by a pack of wolves and saves himself by escaping into the Beast's castle only to be thrown into a dungeon.  Belle begs the Beast to release her father and volunteers to take his place.  The Beast tells her she will never be free to leave.  But the Beast is intrigued by her; gradually, this intrigue turns to admiration, and admiration to love.

Meanwhile, Gaston gathers a mob and they set off for the castle, ready to kill the Beast and rescue Belle.  In a thrilling fight, the Beast defeats Gaston but is stabbed in the back when he turns away to find Belle.  Mortally wounded, the Beast manages to thrown Gaston to his death.  Belle pleads with the Beast not to die as she loves him.  With these words, the spell is broken and the Beast is transformed into a handsome Prince.  And, like in all fairy tales, they lived happily ever after.

Artistic Director: Richard Elichuk

Musical Director: Drummond Hudson

Choreographer: Debbie Miller


Al Baldwin


Alexis Fakouri


Barry Daley


Cheryl Dubois

Aristocratic Lady

Corey Tomicic


Cory Sincennes

Candle Man

Danine May

Sausage Curl Girl

David McLaughlin

Gaston's Crony

Emilie Razbin

Silly Girl

Erin Connelly

Lady With Baby

France Bastien


Gabe Leury


Helen Prochazka

Hat Seller's Hard-Working Wife

James Barron

The Young Prince, Gaston's Crony

Jay Landreville

Fruit Seller

Jim Morrison

Fish Man

Jocelyne Mikhael


Jonathan Harris


Kara Prost

Tavern Wench

Keith Bider


Ken Tucker

The Beast

Linda Fournier

Tavern Wench

Linda Webster

Silly Girl

Lindsay Hill


Lindsey Burke


Maureen Brannan

Madame de la Grande Bouche

Maureen Speer

Beggar Woman, Lady With Cane

Maxim Legault-Mayrand

Aristocratic Lady's Faithful Butler

Monique Diab

Marie, The Baker's Wife

Nicolas Alain

Shepherd Boy

Nicolas Nasrallah

Monsieur D'Arque, Wolf

Nigel High

Hat Seller

Paula Berry


Randy Coles

The Lazy Man, Gaston's Crony

Réjean Dinelle-Mayer


Sarah Creighton

The Lazy Man's Long-Suffering Wife

Sarite Harris

Silly Girl

Shannon Walker


Sharye Marcus

Tavern Wench

Skye Nommik

Mrs. Potts

Xavier Gauthier

Gaston's Crony


Brian Boggs


Catherine Kiraly

Make-up Designer

Charles Russell

Technical Director

Cynthia Sanoy

Costume Designer

Janet Quirt

Wardrobe Mistress

John Cybanski

Sound Designer

John Solman

Lighting Designer

Joyce Landry

Apprentice Artistic Director

Karole Kidd-Witiuk


Kerry Price

Hair Designer

Lisa Hopkins


Morris Rothman

Assistant Stage Manager

Nancy McCaughan


Nancy Solman

Set Designer, Scenic Artist

Patti Mordasewicz

Props Designer

Philip Sockett

Assistant Director, Production Assistant

Rory Ingram

Stage Manager

Sandi Mish

Costume Production Manager

Tara Picciano

Assistant Stage Manager

Tom Mordasewicz

Master Carpenter

Disney's Beauty and the Beast
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