See the new Broadway production of 'Les Misérables,' the longest-running musical in the world, in New York City. This stunning adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel has thrilled more than 65
million people in 42 countries worldwide, winning over 100 major theater
awards — including eight Tony awards when it premiered on Broadway in 1987. The epic story of fugitive Jean Valjean's quest to escape his past and create a new identity finds new life in this version, which opened in the United Kingdom in 2009 and inspired the 2012 film starring Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway.
Head to the Imperial Theatre in New York City to witness the triumphant return of Les Miserables to Broadway. Your ticket guarantees you seats in the orchestra or front mezzanine section so you'll have an excellent view of every captivating moment of this beloved show, the longest-running musical in the world. The show won eight Tony awards when it first opened on Broadway in 1987. This new, grittier production opened in the United Kingdom in 2009 and inspired the 2012 movie that garnered Golden Globe and Oscar awards.
Adapted from the Victor Hugo novel, the 3-hour show centers on Jean Valjean, a man condemned to 19 years of hard labor for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his family. After being released, Valjean breaks his parole to start a new life but is relentlessly pursued by the self-righteous police inspector Javert. Set against a backdrop of civil unrest and a revolution attempt in 19th-century France, the story follows Valjean's life as he adopts the orphan Cosette and tries to break free from his past.
Filled with heartbreaking songs, compelling characters and an abiding spirit of hope despite despair, Les Miserables is a cathartic, uplifting experience that has won more than 100 theater awards and entertained 65 million people around the world. Don't miss this opportunity to see one of the most popular shows ever for the first — or the tenth — time!