20 or more
Flexible; may be simple one unit or elaborate as
2 acts, 120 min.
A story of hope, compassion and acceptance:
Treat your audiences to an inspirational family experience as they encounter the astounding world of 15th century France. Inspired by Victor Hugo’s 1831 classic novel, this is one of LifeHouse’s most powerful theater plays.
Amid the outlandish excitement of the Festival of Fools and the sacredness of the cathedral of Notre Dame lies the painful lives of those considered outcasts. Twelve original songs including the lighthearted “I Love Paree,” and the moving, “Why Must I Be So Different?” help to set the mood in this hopeful story of caring, compassion and acceptance.
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME CAST OF CHARACTERS
(In Order of Appearance)
Pierre Gringoire Fanciful Teller of Tales & Esmeralda’s Guardian
Clopin King of a Roving Criminal Gypsy Gang
Phoebus De Chateaupers Vain Captain of the Guards
Esmeralda Orphaned Gypsy Girl and Musician
Jolly Esmeralda’s Whimsical, Non-speaking Goat
Domclaude Frollo Ruthless Archdeacon and Secret Alchemist
Quasimodo ‘Half-formed’ Bellringer and ‘Hunchback of Notre-Dame
Michael Musnier Andry’s Father & Friend of Pierre
Andry Musnier Michael’s Son
Quasimodo’s Mother Should have Dark Feature
Young Quasimodo With Brief Singing Appearance
Magistrate Ecclesiastical Court Official
Chef, Flower Vendor, Artists, Gypsies, Thieves, Guards, Parisians, Old Woman, Magistrates