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A Duet to Die For! See Patti LuPone Revisit Her Role as Fantine in Les Miserables

A Duet to Die For! See Patti LuPone Revisit Her Role as Fantine in Les Miserables
Patti LuPone & Connor McAllister
Patti LuPone recruits a fan to recreate her 'Les Miz' performance.

Patti LuPone gave London audiences a real treat on June 16 as she revisited one of her classic stage roles, Fantine from Les Miserables. LuPone, who earned an Olivier Award nomination for originating the role of the ill-fated factory worker, performed “Fantine’s Death: Come To Me” during her acclaimed new show at London’s Leicester Square Theatre. As Les Miz fans are aware, the song is a duet, so LuPone randomly recruited a fan to join her onstage to sing the Jean Valjean part. Connor McAllister (a Scottish actor who appeared in the West End production of Billy Elliot) tweeted after the duet “The night my dream came true.” Click below to see McAllister and LuPone take on Les Miz live onstage.
 

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