Theatre tickets to "Les Miserables" will open audience members' eyes to the
struggles of Jean Valjean, a “thief-by-necessity” who steals bread to feed his family. He becomes an upstanding
citizen trying to get revenge on the police chief, Javert, who put him away. The incorporation of Valjean's adopted daughter
and her own love entanglements make for a moving and poignant musical.
As one of the world's most popular story lines, "Les Mis" has never ceased its reign on the stage or screen
with its adaption's since first inception by Victor Hugo in the late 1800s and then Claude-Michel Schonberg, the French
composer who created the 1980 songs that led to stage productions worldwide, allowing the play to celebrate its 21st anniversary
at London's West End in 2006.
Based on a novel written by French author Victor Hugo,Les Miserables Pittsburgh
ticketsare as popular for the musical's moving score as for the ambitious storyline. Les Miserables has become one of
the world's best-loved musicals as it follows a twenty year history of several characters living in France just after Napoleon's
final defeat at Waterloo, making the original story historical fiction.