Fantine, Valjean in an Uplifting Epic
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Closing Sept 4, 2016. Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables brings romance, revolution, comedy, and tragedy, while mesmermizing audiences. Be there in person to experience this magnificent musical and drama.
Set in France from 1815 to 1832 and based on Victor Hugo’s epic, Les Miserables tells the heroic tale of the saintly Jean Valjean and his pursuit by the intractable policeman Javert.
Les Miserables Broadway Musical Synopsis: The story journeys from Valjean’s dank prison to the barricades of a student uprising and the sewers of Paris as Javert relentlessly tracks down Valjean whose only crime is doing good.
There’s also the heartbreaking Fantine, the tragic Eponine, the valiant Marius, the sweet Cosette, and the comically vulgar Thernadiers, each swept up in this unforgotten spectacle. Les Miserables is an uplifting epic about the battle of the human spirit’s will to survival. Enjoy classic songs such as, I Dreamed a Dream,” “Castle on a Cloud,” “Bring Him Home,” “One My Own,” “Do You Hear the People Sing,” and “Stars.”
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Les Miserable Broadway Musical
Imperial Theatre Seating Chart
- Imperial Theatre, 249 West 45th Street
- 2 hrs, 50 minutes
- May be inappropriate for ages 9 and under.
- Opened: March 23, 2014, Closed Sept 4, 2016