Belle: Belle is a smart, confident young woman from a small village.
Maurice: Maurice is an aging and eccentric inventor, but more importantly, the adoring and protective father of Belle.
Beast: The Beast is a young prince who was hideously transformed by the Enchantress’s spell.
Gaston: Gaston is pompous and dim-witted and will do whatever it takes to win Belle s hand. Gaston has all the confidence in the world but lacks the humility to balance it.
Lefou: Lefou is Gaston’s equally dim-witted lackey.
Silly Girls: The Silly Girls are in love with Gaston and will do almost anything just to be near him.
Lumiere: Lumiere is a confident, charming French mâitre d who (under the enchantress’s spell) is becoming a candelabra. He is self-confident and charming, and has an incessant bickering rapport with Cogsworth.
Cogsworth: Cogsworth is the British major-domo of the castle who is becoming a clock. Like all of the castle’s Servants, he shows a fatherly compassion for Belle yet is perfectly submissive to the master, the Beast. Cogsworth enjoys feeling like the boss and has no problem getting into it with Lumiere.
Mrs. Potts: Mrs. Potts is the castle’s endearing cook who is becoming a teapot.
Babette: Babette is the maid of the castle who is turning into a feather duster. She misses the finer things in life. Babette is happy to be at Belle s service at a moment’s notice, but her true heart comes through in Human Again.
Madame De La Grande Bouche: Madame De La Grande Bouche is an opera singer who is becoming a wardrobe. Madame is larger-than-life in everything she does, including her singing and dancing.
Chip: Chip is Mrs. Potts’s son who is becoming a teacup. Chip has a wonderful naïveté that endears him to all of the Servants.