The Narrators tell our story to the audience.
Belle is a smart, confident young woman from a small village.
Maurice is an aging and eccentric inventor and, more importantly, the adoring and protective father of Belle.
Beast is a young prince who was hideously transformed by the Enchantress' spell.
Gaston is pompous and dim-witted and will do whatever it takes to marry Belle.
Lefou is Gaston's equally dim-witted lackey.
The Silly Girls fawn over Gaston and will do almost anything just to be near him.
Lumiere is a confident, charming French mâitre d who, under the enchantress' spell, has become a candelabra.
Cogsworth is the British major-domo of the castle who has been turned into a clock.
Mrs. Potts is the castle's endearing cook who has been turned into a teapot.
Babette is the maid of the castle who has turned into a feather duster.
Madame De La Grande Bouche is an opera singer who has become a wardrobe.
Chip is Mrs. Potts' son who has become a teacup.
The Old Beggar Woman tests the prince, then turns into a beautiful Enchantress.
Monsieur D'Arque is the proprietor of the lunatic asylum.
The Servants live and work at the Beast's castle.
The Statues also live and work at the Beast's castle.
The Villagers are the inhabitants of Belle's town.
The Wolves live in a pack in a forest near the Beast's castle.
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