Les Miserables – Imperial Theatre

Last Updated on 10th March 2021

Last Updated on 10th March 2021

Les Miserables revived on Broadway in 2014
Will Svenson and Ramin Karimloo in Les Miserables. Photo: Matthew Murphy

New York’s iconic Imperial Theater now welcomes a brand new Cameron Mackintosh production of world-famous musical Les Misérables. A runaway critical and popular success across the US, this latest production draws inspiration from Victor Hugo’s own paintings to create bold new staging and dynamic and striking scenery.

Set in the nineteenth century in France, a country on the cusp of revolution, Les Misérables is an epic tale of the human spirit and its capacity for love and redemption. Ever since breaking his parole decades earlier, ex-convict Jean Valjean has been on the run from hard-hearted policeman Javert. However, everything changes when Valjean takes on the care of young Cosette, the daughter of a factory worker.

With critics calling this latest incarnation of Boubil and Schönberg’s musical a ‘rebirth’ of the masterpiece, one that is even more captivating and effective than the original, it has never been a better time to experience the exceptional imaginative power and beauty of Les Misérables. Now on Broadway and featuring the iconic songs ‘I Dreamed a Dream’ and ‘Can You Hear the People Sing?’, don’t miss your chance to see this theatrical tour de force.

Please note this is the new production of Les Miserables. It is not the same as the production currently running in London’s West End.

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