Because you like Elphaba Thropp in Wicked
Eponine is a scrappy street urchin with a bad case of unrequited love. See them in Les Miserables.
While Fantine's gentleness has led others to take advantage of her, it ultimately forces her to become stronger. See them in Les Miserables.
In his transformation from hardened convict to moral paragon, Jean Valjean is the kind of man we should all aspire to be. See them in Les Miserables.
Though raised to think of himself as a monster, Quasimodo has a heart that holds nothing but compassion. See them in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Angel is fighting as best as he can, but the disease might be too powerful for even his strong, positive energy. See them in Rent.
Though he has a brilliant mind for mathematics, Christopher has a much harder time processing the rest of the world. See them in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Celie Johnson says she's poor, black, and may even be ugly. But dear God she's here. See them in The Color Purple.
Buttercup is a farm girl turned princess who'd do anything to have her old life back. See them in The Princess Bride.
Romantic, impulsive, and captivated by the joys of life, Natasha Rostova is on the messy path of growing up. See them in War and Peace.
Catherine Linton was once spontaneous and rowdy but ever since marrying the wealthy Edgar, she has morphed into a boiling pot of emotional outbursts. See them in Wuthering Heights.
Jesse Tuck dreams of finding someone to join his unusual family. See them in Tuck Everlasting.
Tarzan is walking the line between human and animal. Good thing he has excellent balance. See them in Tarzan.