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New NEWSIES Character Trading Card Introduced

The final day of 2013 brought with it yet another addition to the ever-growing collection of digital trading cards released in promotion of Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway.

Finch as performed by Aaron J. Albano is featured on the gif-tastic collectible, seen expertly using his reliable slingshot to great effect in the clip.

Earlier in December, Les as played by Joshua Colley and Henry as played by Iain Young were showcased with their own character cards on the official page, as well.

More information on NEWSIES digital trading cards is available at the official Tumblr page here.

The official description of NEWSIES: THE MUSICAL is as follows: "The official description of NEWSIES on Broadway is as follows: "The big news on Broadway is NEWSIES! Winner of the 2012 Tony Awards for Best Original Score and Best Choreography, audiences and critics alike are calling it "SOMETHING WORTH SINGING ABOUT!" (The New York Times) Inspired by the real-life "Newsboys' Strike of 1899," NEWSIES is Disney's brand-new, New York musical about an unlikely band of underdogs who take on the biggest names in publishing in a remarkable fight for justice and fair pay. With an incredible breakout cast and the best singing and dancing on Broadway, NEWSIES has quickly become "THE TALK OF THE TOWN!" (Newsweek). This "IRRESISTABLE, HIGH-ENERGY WINNER!" (Entertainment Weekly) is the work of an accomplished and talented creative team. Featuring a Tony Award-winning score by Disney Legend Alan Menken and Jack Feldman and a book by four-time Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein, this dynamic smash hit showcases Tony Award-winning choreography by Christopher Gattelli and is directed by Tony Award nominee Jeff Calhoun."

Additionally, more information on NEWSIES is available at the official site here.

View a larger version of the new NEWSIES digital trading card featuring Finch below.

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