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'Les Miserables' owes two of its voices to a Chicago area coach

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If Russell Crowe and Hugh Jackman are hitting all the notes in the new "Les Miserables," they have one Chicago area resident to thank for their vocal prowess, Chicago Sun-Times' Miriam Dinunzio explains.

Roberta Duchak, the Jeff Award-winning musical director ("Miss Saigon," "Ragtime," amongst others) at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace.

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