Les Miserables is a world-renowned
musical, which first premiered in 1985 at London's Barbican Centre. The musical is based on the Victor Hugo novel of the same
name, which was issued in 1862 and follows the stories of numerous characters living in 19th century France. The main characters
all have different backgrounds, including some who are student revolutionaries and factory workers.
Les Miserables has always been a popular story, ever since Victor Hugo released the novel. Once it made the leap to the
theater, it reached an even greater audience
and it has been attracting patrons ever since its grand opening in the 1980s. The musical score won a Tony Award and features
the popular ballad "I Dreamed a Dream."
If you plan on seeing Les Miserables in Cleveland, Ohio, you will be seated at the Palace
Theater, one of the cities most renowned venues and a facility that routinely hosts notable plays and musicals direct
from the Broadway stage. Tell your friends and family members to join you at this unforgettable production.