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Les Miserables Baltimore TicketsLes Miserables, the longest-running musical in the world, takes place in France after the French Revolution and follows the story of Jean Valjean, an escaped convict, and Javert, the police inspector who spends years pursuing Valjean in order to bring him to justice. This two hour and 55-minute show adapts Victor Hugo’s novel of the same name. Since its inception in the late 1980s, the show has been translated into 21 languages, has won numerous awards and has been seen in 42 countries.
Jean Valjean: A Character for the AgesIt’s impossible to think about Les Miserables without its central character Jean Valjean, a man who spent 19 years in prison and who spends many years after his release from prison being pursued by Inspector Javert. Many actors have brought the role to life, including Colm Wilkinson, who originated the role of Valjean on Broadway. Film director Tom Hooper cast Wilkinson as the Bishop of Digne, the first person to show Jean Valjean some humanity after prison, in the 2012 movie musical adaptation. However, Wilkinson wasn’t the only actor to play more than one role in the show. Actor Philip Hernandez has played both Valjean and Javert. John Owen-Jones has the distinction of being the youngest actor to play the illustrious role; the actor played Valjean when he was just 26 years old. In addition, Ramin Karimloo has appeared in the show’s Broadway revival in 2014.
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Who is in the cast for the Baltimore production of Les Miserables?The cast that will make Les Miserables come to life on stage in Baltimore would likely be the cast of the US road tour. Actor Nick Cartell brings the part of Jean Valjean to life, and Josh Davis plays Javert. Mary Kate Moore brings Fantine to the stage. Eponine is voiced by Paige Smallwood, and Joshua Grosso plays Marius. Finally, Jillian Butler portrays Cosette.
What is different about newer productions of Les Miserables?One of the big standout features of the original stage set of Les Mis was its multi-ton turntable stage design. Newer productions feature simpler sets that are more reminiscent of Tom Hooper’s 2012 film version of the show. Some of the more interesting effects in the newer productions include smoky streets the sounds of gunfire and projected images, which draw their inspiration from paintings by Victor Hugo. The songs that Les Miserables has become known for still lie at the heart of worldwide theatrical productions.
What should I expect from Les Miserables on tour?Audiences know Les Miserables for its rousing musical numbers, elaborate costumes and fantastic light shows. The show includes at least 40 actors, 500 costumes and almost 90 wigs. It counts as one of the most epic nights of musical theater audiences will ever experience, and while it gives French history after the Revolution a much closer look, it never feels like a dry historical drama.
What are some of the songs I can expect to hear in this show?Les Miserables has funny songs, like "Master of House," but it’s a show that’s really known for its sad and emotional songs, like "I Dreamed a Dream," "On My Own," "Drink With Me," "Empty Chairs at Empty Tables" and "Bring Him Home." It also has its share of rousing anthems, like "One Day More" and "The Final Battle."
How many Tony Awards did the Broadway production of Les Miserables win?After its launch on Broadway during the '86-'87 theater season, Les Miserables went on to win eight Tony awards. Awards included Best Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Score Written for the Theater, Best Performance by a Featured Actress in a Musical, Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Musical, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Scenic Design and Best Lighting Design.
What other shows might fans of Les Miserables like?Music theater fans would likely enjoy seeing productions of shows like The Lion King, Hamilton or Aladdin.
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