Les Miserables Theater Tickets
Les Miserables History
Les Miserables Theater Tickets are available from greatseats.com. History Les Miserables is based on a novel by French author, Victor Hugo. Hugo published the book in 1862 and the work had many historical events. The story is about a fictional character, Jean Valjean, a man who was condemned for stealing a loaf of bread. The man did this for his son who was starving. The story is about the misery of the middle class in Paris. The story comes to a climax during a battle, not the French Revolution. The story is set more than two decades after the start of the French Revolution.
Les Miserables the Film
Les Miserables was produced in 2012. Hugh Jackman starred as Jean Valjean. Russell Crowe played Javert and Anne Hathaway as Fantine. Aside from those three, many other stars were in the film. The film was a huge success and had grossed $441.8 million USD. Cast and crew won awards for Les Miserables. Golden Globes Awards were won along with BAFTA and Oscar Awards.
Les Miserables the Show
Les Miserables has been on Broadway for over 20 years. The first Broadway production opened March 12, 1987, and ran until May 18, 2003. It had over 6,000 performances and was the fifth longest-running Broadway show. The show has toured around the world and is loved by fans everywhere. Some fan-favorite songs include, “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own” and “Do You Hear the People Sing?”. This year in 2018, Nick Cartell and Josh Davis will lead as Jean Valjean and Javert. Melissa Mitchell will play Fantine and Matt Shingledecker will ve Enjolras. Phoenix Best will be Eponine and Joshua Grosso as Marius. Jillian Butler as Cosette, J Anthony Crane as Thenardier. This star-studded cast will surely have the audience’s full attention and thunderous applause. Purchase your tickets today to see the one and only Les Miserables Live! Don't forget to get your Les Miserables Theater Tickets from greatseats.com.