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5 Stars are not enough to describe this fantastic musical. You learn something about
yourself after seeing it: Joy, Happiness, Sadness, Complete Entertainment and the
most POWERFUL music you will ever hear - Not a dry eye in the theater for many
Simply the BEST
Outstanding - The first act left me in awe. The voices were fantastic. A bit of an issue with sound as every once and a while I couldn't understand what the singers were saying. Overall, I strongly recommend.
My daughters and I saw Les Mis... for my oldest daughters 18th birthday. She loves the story. The show at the DPAC in Durham was fabulous. It went off with out any glitches and the singers were great. The intensity of the show was emotionally moving and it showed like a movie. Wonderful voices and wonderful acting.
Joanna Hoyt from Schenectady, New York (performance) Orwell, New York (home)
WELL PACED, BEAUTIFULLY SUNG--A WONDERFUL EXEPRIENCE.
I drove three hours each way to see Les Miserables at Proctors Theatre in
Schenectady, and it was well worth it.
I love this story--I've reread the book repeatedly and watched every film version
YouTube offered, but this was the first live performance I've experienced. The pacing
was quick, but they didn't cut enough to damage the story. The singing was moving
and beautiful.(I've seen some complaints on this tour that lyrics were hard to
understand, but I found everything quite clear.) The set design was arresting--the
backgrounds based on Hugo's paintings gave a vivid sense of atmosphere.
Most important, the core of the story shone clear-- the vivid awareness of injustice
and man-made misery, and of the fact that sometimes people are sincerely trying to
stop that misery, working at cross-purposes and making each other worse; the
difficulty of breaking down economic/ social systems that crush people; the abiding
possibility of love and courage in the face of all that's wrong.
I loved the 2012 movie release so
much, I wasn’t sure this new live
production would be worth seeing.
Yet somehow this new theatrical
version found a way to build on the
achievements of the previous live
versions and the movie release, to
create an incredibly awesome new
Of course seeing this new production
in the beautiful Cadillac Palace
theater in Chicago was an added
bonus. Though I can’t imagine being
disappointed watching a DVD of this
performance in my home, and I am
hoping this release will be soon.
The music, the singing, the acting were fabulous and the sets were amazing as well. If
you know the story line, it is filled with a wonderful message of hope and redemption,
but the reason I wouldn't give it 5 stars is because I could really do without seeing some
of the obscene gestures in a few of the acts. (ex: at least 3 times when different objects
are used as a male body part) It is not needed at all. Makes it a little less family friendly,
but everything else was great!
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