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Les Miserables

Les Miserables

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The original Broadway production of Les Miserables opened on March 12, 1987, running until May 18, 2003. Les Miserables returned to Broadway on November 9, 2006 and ran through January 6, 2008. The current incarnation of the show opened on March 23, 2014.

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Show Dates:
March 23, 2014- May 24, 2015

Imperial Theatre
249 West 45th Street
New York, New York 10036
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Performed in venues around the world, Les Miserables has been nominated for and received an impressive 100+ performance awards, including Tonys, Grammys, Drama Desk Awards and Oliviers.

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Features: Les Miserables, the epic musical production based upon Victor Hugo’s novel about despair, forgiveness, and the triumph of the human spirit, revolves around the heroic character Jean Valjean, an ex-convict seeking redemption for his sins. Valjean, sentenced to prison for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his sister’s family, has difficulties once he is finally released from prison. Unable to find work, he breaks his parole, leading his nemesis, Javert, to begin a lifelong pursuit to try to capture him. The story winds its way through the streets of Paris, revealing the stark existence of the country’s indigent as they struggle to survive.

 This production of the revised musical production of Les Miserables is ongoing at the historic Imperial Theatre, located at 249 West 45th Street, New York, NY 10036. Performance times vary depending upon the day of the week; matinee performances during the afternoon typically cost a little less per ticket.

Why We Go: As the longest running musical ever produced internationally, Les Miserables features a star-studded cast capable of delivering unforgettable vocal performances in this riveting dramatic musical. The three hour production, staged in the Imperial Theatre in New York City, continues to deliver night after night, leaving audiences and critics alike singing its praises.

The spectacular musical features tense dramatic performances interwoven with rousing audience-pleasing songs like “Master of the House”. But it is songs like “I Dreamed a Dream” and “Bring Him Home” that touch the hearts of audiences worldwide. This musical has been performed in more than 40 countries around the globe and even prompted a hugely-popular feature film version released in 2012 starring Hugh Jackman as Valjean and Russell Crowe as his obsessed adversary, Javert.

Inside Knowledge:  The Imperial’s stage door is not located on the same street as the entrance: instead, those seeking autographs or cast photos need to get to 36th Street after the show ends in order to meet the cast. Don’t forget to bring a sharpie to snag those signatures!

Do's and Don'ts: Do buy the best seats you can afford. Try to buy seats located in the mid to front orchestra section or the front mezzanine in order to enjoy the best view of the performance. Try to avoid the first couple of rows in the theater in order to have a better view of the overall production.

Do consider buying ‘rush’ tickets if you are in New York City for the day and have time to catch a show. Les Miserables offers a limited number of tickets for only $37.00 on the day of the show: to get tickets, you must be in line when the box office opens.

Do take home a souvenir to memorialize the event. Visit the concession for souvenir merchandise: a recording of the production is a great way to remember the performance long after returning home.

Don’t bring children who are too young to enjoy the performance. Children under the age of 4 will not be allowed into the theater. Also, due to the subject matter and intensity of the production, some material is not appropriate for children under the age of 13.

Don’t miss out on enjoying this performance due to a hearing impairment: there are free devices available in the lobby to enhance the performance.

Don’t arrive too late: the theater opens 45 minutes before the curtain opens. Try to arrive at least 15 minutes before the performance begins in order to locate the right seats in time.

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