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    About Les Miserables

    Exciting news for fans of classic musical theatre: the national tour of Les Miserables is set to launch in October 2022. The enduringly popular stage show will begin its journey at Playhouse Square in Cleveland, Ohio. Notably, this highly acclaimed production of Les Miserables has been celebrated by audiences worldwide since its conception in 2009.

    For those eager to get their hands on tickets, single seats for Les Miserables will be available at the MainStage at Proctors. Sales will commence at 10 a.m. on Thursday, October 5, indicative of the continuous anticipation for the iconic musical.

    Cameron Mackintosh, the renowned producer of the show, couldn't hide his excitement about the upcoming tour. He lavished praise on the enduring popularity of Les Miserables, noting how the musical continues to captivate audiences new and old, consistently reinventing itself and proving its relevance in the modern era.

    The epic tale of Les Miserables is set against the backdrop of 19th-century France. It tells a story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice, and redemption. Classic songs such as “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,” “Bring Him Home,” “Do You Hear The People Sing?,” “One Day More,” “Master of the House” and many others transport audiences to the heart of the narrative.

    LesMiz.com, the official global website for Les Miserables, will be updated with all details regarding the tour, including additional cities and venues. The beloved musical remains one of the longest-running shows in theatrical history, having been seen by over 130 million people worldwide in 53 countries, 438 cities, and 22 languages.

    The 2022 tour is a continuation of Mackintosh's fresh vision for Les Miserables, first conceived in 2009 to celebrate the show's 25th anniversary. Looking further ahead, plans are already in the works for a tour of Japan in 2024. Undoubtedly, the timeless appeal of Les Miserables shows no sign of waning, ensuring its place in the annals of musical theatre for many years to come.

    Les Miserables History

    "Les Misérables," often affectionately referred to as "Les Mis," is a monumental musical theater piece that has had a profound impact on live theater events around the world. It has enjoyed an enduring popularity, securing its place in the annals of exceptional theatrical achievements. The phenomenon of "Les Misérables" provides a solid testament to the power of theater in conveying deeply human emotions and narratives.

    Based on Victor Hugo's 1862 novel of the same name, "Les Misérables" was first presented as a musical in Paris in 1980, with a French libretto by Alain Boublil and music by Claude-Michel Schönberg. It was a year later that producer Cameron Mackintosh was presented with a pop symphony version of the musical, and after commissioning an English version, the musical had its London premiere at the Barbican Centre in 1985.

    Despite an initially lukewarm critical reception, the powerful tale of redemption, love, and revolution in 19th century France soon won over the hearts of audiences. From London, the spectacle of "Les Misérables" spread across the Atlantic, debuting on Broadway in 1987. Like its London counterpart, the show was an instant hit, playing for a remarkable 16 years before its first closure in 2003.

    The musical’s success is underpinned by its timeless narrative and unforgettable music, including classics like "I Dreamed a Dream," "On My Own," "Stars," and "Do You Hear the People Sing?". It was this combination of story and song that made it a favorite for live theater events, and tickets to the show became one of the hottest commodities in the theater world.

    Over the years, "Les Misérables" has proven to be a robust piece of theatre – it has been revived multiple times around the world, including on Broadway and the West End, and translated into numerous languages, with successful productions in countries from Japan to Mexico. Its fervent fan following has fueled its longevity, and tickets to "Les Misérables" live theater events are considered a cherished treat for any theater enthusiast.

    The musical also saw a popular film adaptation in 2012, directed by Tom Hooper and starring Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, and Anne Hathaway. However, fans maintain that there’s something magic about experiencing "Les Misérables" in its intended form – live on stage.

    "Les Misérables" is a classic example of theater's power to touch hearts and change lives. Even after more than 40 years since its conception, the allure of "Les Misérables" hasn't faded. As theatres across the world plan their reopening post-pandemic, there's considerable excitement about the opportunity to once again experience the unforgettable spectacle of "Les Misérables" live.

    Getting tickets to this outstanding production promises a night of emotion, drama, and incredible music. The sheer magnitude of the show, with its grand, sweeping score and deeply drawn characters, is best appreciated in the very medium it was created for - the theatre. Whether it’s your first time or a return visit, a ticket to a live performance of “Les Misérables” is more than just a night out at the theatre, it's an experience of one of the most enduring and beloved musicals in history.

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