View Comments McCarrell, who will play Lost Boy Nibs in NBC’s upcoming Peter Pan Live!, has appeared on stage regionally in Bubble Boy, Summer of ‘42 and Next to Normal. Rosell appeared in the recent Toronto engagement and national tour of Les Miserables. The Laurence Connor and James Powell-helmed production marks the Broadway debut for both actors, as well as for Mientus. Les Miserables Show Closed This production ended its run on Sept. 4, 2016 Related Shows Two students are jumping to the front of the class. Chris McCarrell and Matt Rosell, two Les Miserables ensemble members who understudy Marius, will temporarily take over the role at the Imperial Theatre. They step in as Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Andy Mientus films his two-episode arch on The Flash. McCarrell will feel a heart full of love from October 23 through November 2, with Rosell stepping in from November 4 through November 18. Mientus will return on November 19. The re-imagined Les Miz currently stars Ramin Karimloo as Jean Valjean, Will Swenson as Javert, Caissie Levy as Fantine, Nikki M. James as Eponine, Samantha Hill as Cosette, Jason Forbach as Enjolras and Cliff Saunders and Keala Settle as the Thenardiers. Kyle Scatliffe is expected to return to the role of Enjolras on December 2.
Renewable Energy Vermont,Renewable Energy Vermont (REV), the state’s leading trade association for the renewable energy industry, welcomes new Board Chair Martha Staskus and Board Vice-chair Jim Merriam. REV also welcomes Interim Executive Director, Scott Merriam.The REV Board of Directors has enthusiastically elected long-time REV board member Martha Staskus as Board Chair, replacing outgoing Board Chair, Lawrence Mott. Staskus brings over 15 years of experience in wind resource management and wind project development. Her extensive experience working with a broad spectrum of Vermont stakeholders will be a welcome asset to REV’s leadership.REV also welcomes Jim Merriam, the Director of nationally-recognized Efficiency Vermont, as the new REV Board Vice-Chair, replacing outgoing REV Board Vice-Chair Cheryl Jenkins. Merriam brings 18 years of experience in the renewable energy industry with Northern Power Systems and groSolar, and now the efficiency sector, an expanding area of partnership for REV.Scott Merriam, former REV Interim Director and REV Staffer has stepped in again as REV’s Interim Director, replacing outgoing Executive Director Susan Allen while the board begins its search for new leadership. Merriam brings extensive knowledge of the REV organization, its members, conferences, and legislative agenda, as well as a strong passion for REV’s mission.Counting over 300 members, REV is Vermont’s only trade organization dedicated solely to promoting the growth of the renewable energy industry in Vermont. REV promotes legislation, engages in public outreach and education and hosts the state’s largest annual renewable energy conference.With new staff and board leadership and a growing, active membership, REV is excited to welcome a new year of opportunity and collaboration with the renewable energy industry and efficiency sectors, and with Vermont businesses and consumers.About Renewable Energy Vermont, www.revermont.org(link is external).Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) is working to bring about an intelligent transformation from a foreign fossil fuel based economy to an economy increasingly based on our own renewable energy.REV Montpelier, VT, January 25, 2011 –