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Les Misérables

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September 10 - October 12, 2014

Standby tickets only. More info: 407-447-1700

Standby Ticket Information
All remaining shows are sold out. Standby tickets are available for sold-out performances on the day of the show, in person, starting 90 minutes prior to showtime. Patrons will be seated in the order of ticket purchase, in unused seats. Standby tickets do not guarantee admission and parties may be split.

NOTE: Standby tickets may not be purchased in advance. Guests wishing to purchase standby tickets are advised to arrive early. Quantities based on availability.


Book by Alain Boublil
Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg
Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer
Adapted from the novel by Victor Hugo
Featuring Broadway Sensation Davis Gaines
Margeson Theater

Set in the early 19th-century, a French peasant named Jean Valjean is on a quest for redemption after serving nineteen years in jail for an innocent crime. When a compassionate bishop inspires him with a tremendous act of mercy, Valjean decides to start his life anew, but is relentlessly tracked down by Police Inspector Javert. Along the way, Valjean and a slew of characters are swept into France’s revolution, where a group of young visionaries make their last stand at a street barricade.

Critic and Audience Comments


"Les Miserables loudly and proudly wears its heart on its sleeve...we're left with the feeling that these beloved characters are experiencing something real and we are right there with them....everything works beautifully. This is quite simply a must-see — a high point for the Shakes and an absolute triumph for Michael Hunsaker.”sourcefulness...Everything about this production is right."- Matt Palm, Orlando Sentinel

“To kick off Orlando Shakespeare's 26th Season, this mega musical packs a strong cast and an award winning score….This [is] such a fantastic cast with amazing voices….LES MISERABLES definitely meets the lofty expectations of theater fans new and old.” - Kimberly Moy, BroadwayWorld

"This was one of the best things we've ever seen! Thank you so much! Wow!!!" - Audience Comment

Bravo! Loved every bit of it. Wonderful cast! Great production. Thank you, thank you, thank you. - Audience Comment

Parental Guidelines


Les Misérables deals with difficult subject matter including social revolution, poverty, and prostitution. The musical contains mild language, suggestive material and movement, and violence. Best suited for ages 13 and up. Click here for more specific parental guidelines.

Our 26th Season Producing Partners


  • John and Rita Lowndes
  • Ken and Trisha Margeson
  • Albert and Lisa Prast
  • Kathryn Chicone Ustler
  • David & Lyn Berelsman
  • Suzanne Gilbert
  • Harriett Lake
  • Frank Santos and Dan Dantin
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    TYA Flex Passes

    TICKETS
    SOLD OUT
    Standby Tickets Only
    Miss Nelson Has A Field Day
    TICKETS
    Section A
    $55
    Section B
    $45
    Section C
    $30
    Student Rush
    $22
    Advanced Student Discount and Military Discount -
    $10 off, only available in sections A and B
    PREVIEWS

    Section A

    $27
    Section B
    $22
    Section C
    $15

    Program


    Video


    Video 1: "One Day More" Flash Mob

    Video 2: Seak Peek

    Photos


    Publicity Photos


    Corporate Partners


    Presenting Partner
    The Bryce L. West Foundation

    Associate Sponsor

    Supporting Sponsors
    UCF Office of the President





     
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