BATH — The New England Regional Theater Company (NERTC) will host a musical revue of “Les Miserables,” which it describes as “a Parisian cabaret style evening of captivating performances and culinary delights,” today and Feb. 10 at the Winter Street Center, 880 Washington St.

Cocktails and bidding for a silent auction begin at 7 p.m. The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $15 per person or $25 per couple.

Proceeds will help the company build a new theater.

“NERTC recently became the recipient of a generous gift from Bowdoin College, which donated 350 theater seats and theater lighting from Kresge Auditorium during its renovation,” a NERTC release states. “These seats await a new theater.”

Local businesses donated items and gift certificates for the silent auction. Area restaurants also donated services.

“NERTC believes that when young people and adults have opportunities to participate in professional training in the arts, they become engaged artists who are empowered to focus, communicate and actively participate in a collaborative process,” the release states.

Adults, students and children performing in the musical revue include Patrick Scully of Brunswick; John Rankins of Pownal; Melanie and John Willey and their children Johnmarcus and Sararose of Brunswick; Laura Christman of Bowdoin; Mike and Madeleine Blakemore of Bath; Claire Dauge-Roth of Bath; Tyler Beck of Brunswick; Sophia Wood of Auburn; Paula McNulty of Wiscasset; Kirstin Hayward of Bath; Hannah Cole and Sarah Young of Woolwich; Peter Garber and Emily Carter of Yarmouth; Kristin Korda of Saco; Alane Downes and Belle Fall of Harpswell; Gracia Babbidge of Bowdoin; and Elaina Dorsey of Brunswick.

The director is Rebecca Beck, owner of Studio 48 Performing Arts Center and founder of New England Regional Theater Company.

The music director is Courtney Babbidge, instructor at Studio 48 Performing Arts Center.

Musicians playing in the pit are Rebecca Beck on violin, Justin Boone on cello and Babbidge on piano. The producer is Alex and Katherine Dauge-Roth of Bath.

Seating is limited to 120. To reserve tickets, email [email protected] For more information, call 798-6966.

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