Running since March 2014 An all new version of the classic musical returns to Broadway's Imperial Theatre, where the original production ran for more than a decade.
The Broadway production of Les Miserables closed September 4, 2016. For current Broadway show listings and tickets, please click here.
Based on Victor Hugo's epic novel, "Les Mis" tells the story of an ill-fated revolution in the streets of 19th century Paris.
"Les Miserables" has been playing in London since 1985 and has been seen by 65 million people around the world. The Oscar nominated 2012 film only added to the mega-musical's enormous footprint.
This production originated as a 25th anniversary national tour directed by James Powell and Laurence Connor. It features a number of changes - the openings scenes are set on a boat, and new scenic designs based on Victor Hugo's drawings - that have caused some controversy among aficionados.
What hasn't changed is Claude-Michel Schonberg's iconic, sung-through score, which remains a huge part of the show's appeal. This is a story in which the characters have plenty to sing about, and sing they do!