In its 21-year history, Les Misérables has played over 38,000 professional performances to more than 53 million people worldwide. This captivating story was adapted from the Victor Hugo novel by Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, with lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer. To date, productions have played in 223 cities and 38 countries, including England, the U.S., Japan, Australia, and Iceland.
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Awards and accolades
Eight 1987 Tony® Awards, including Best Musical
Five 1987 Drama Desk Awards, including Outstanding Musical
1986–87 Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Musical
Two Grammy® Awards, one for the Broadway Cast Recording in 1988 and the second for the Complete Symphonic Recording in 1991
“The 20th year [is] still like the first” says Sheridan Morley of the BBC (Oct. 2004)
Benedict Nightingale of The Times claims Les Miz is ”remarkably gripping and full of wonder” (April 2004)
“Lesser shows come and go, but Les Misérables hits me now even more than in the '80s or '90s … powerful, heart-rending, and beautifully staged,” says Michael Philips of the Chicago Tribune (March 2005)
Frank Rich of The New York Times says, “Les Miz has everything to do with the electrifying showmanship of the 20th-century musical and yanks an audience right out of its seats” (March 1987)
- Admission to matinee or evening performance of Les Misérables
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