Convict Jean Valjean serves 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread. Haunted by his past – and the police chief Javert – Valjean becomes a successful businessman and the mayor of Montreuil. What is the worth of a soul? Can a man find redemption? Les Misérables explores these themes with "Do You Hear the People Sing" and "I Dreamed a Dream." Featuring a full orchestra and MET Grammy Award winner Patrick Miller as Jean Valjean, Utah Festival's Les Misérables is must-see musical theatre. It's your last chance to see it before it heads back to Broadway.
Sung in English with projected titles
July 12, 16, 18*, 19*, 23, 25, 26, 30, 31*, 31, & August 2, 7*, 8*, 9
Ellen Eccles Theatre
43 South Main, Logan, Utah 84321
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RELATED ACADEMY EVENTS |
French Revolutionary History - Set the stage of Les Misérables from a historical perspective with Dr. Tammy Proctor from USU's History Department.
July 12, 10 - 11 am
Master of the "Sauce" - There will be no empty chairs at the table of French cuisine with Gary Griffin. Samples included. July 28, 4 - 5 pm
Victor Hugo and Living Beyond Self - Hugo scholar Glen Roylance, focuses on the humanity of the novel Les Misérables. July 31, 4 - 5 pm
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