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Les Miserables (movie)

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  • Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with The Broadway Tenors

     Review: Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra with The Broadway Tenors
    Actor Norm Lewis made a triumphant homecoming Saturday afternoon performing as one of The Broadway Tenors in an Orlando Philharmonic concert at the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre. Fittingly, his biggest ovation — and there were several —...
  • Broadway Review: 'Les Miserables'

    "Les Miserables" is back, and those irreverent satirists at Forbidden Broadway must be licking their chops. There's no clunky turntable to mock in this reverential revival of the barnburner musical that Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg shrewdly...
  • 'The Great Passage' Wins Best Picture at Japan's Academy Awards

    TOKYO -- "The Great Passage," Yuya Ishii's drama about a nerdy editor (Ryuhei Matsuda) who spends decades diligently bringing a dictionary to publication, while quietly romancing his landlady's granddaughter, took six prizes at the 37th Japan Academy...
  • Broadway Box Office: Menzel and Denzel Fuel Socko Sales Debuts

    Idina Menzel and Denzel Washington flexed their box office muscle on Broadway last week, as Menzel topliner "If/Then" and Washington starrer "A Raisin in the Sun" each posted impressive tallies in their initial week on the boards. The only new musical of...
  • Producers Aim to Establish 'A Confederacy of Dunces' On Broadway

    The movie adaptation may be a nonstarter, but John Kennedy Toole's novel "A Confederacy of Dunces" has taken its first steps toward the stage as producers announced a legit incarnation is in the works from playwright Jeffrey Hatcher and helmer David...
  • 'Pretty Woman' Getting Dolled Up for Broadway

    Garry Marshall and a team of Hollywood vets are hoping to get "Pretty Woman," the 1990 hit that launched Julia Roberts' career, to the stage at last. Marshall and J.F. Lawton, who penned the pic's screenplay, are writing the book of the musical, with...
  • Sutton Foster gives a scarred performance as 'Violet'

    Sutton Foster gives a scarred performance as 'Violet'
    A little more than halfway through "Violet," the musical revival that recently opened on Broadway, the show's central characters gather in a Memphis dance hall. The band, playing directly behind the actors, starts thumping, and people start boogieing....
  • 'Les Miserables': Will the Movie Help the Broadway Revival?

    A movie helps a Broadway show. But will the film version of "Les Miserables" give a leg up to the new Main Stem revival of the title that inspired it? Beginning previews March 1, "Les Miserables" represents a notable test case. Unlike prior Broadway...
  • Drury Lane announces 'Les Miserables' cast

    Drury Lane announces 'Les Miserables' cast
    Drury Lane Theatre announced the cast for its upcoming production of the musical “Les Miserables” on Monday. In director Rachel Rockwell’s production, Ivan Rutherford, a longtime Jean Valjean on Broadway and on tour, will once again...
  • Broadway Box Office: 'Les Miserables,' 'Aladdin' Muscle Onto the Scene

    "Les Miserables" stormed back to Broadway and "Aladdin" made a little box office magic of its own last week, with the two big-name tuners beginning previews in a seven-day frame that saw overall Main Stem sales decline. Curiosity often drives B.O. at a...
  • Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga

     Concert review: Il Divo with Lea Salonga
    Marrying pop quartet Il Divo with musical theater was an idea made in over-the-top heaven. Musical theater, of course, is a genre that wears its heart on its sleeve. And the four gents of Il Divo never met a song they couldn't sing the subtlety out of....