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Les Miserables (musical)

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  • 'Les Miz School Edition' goes to head of its class

    'Les Miz School Edition' goes to head of its class
    Families that grew up with musical theater over the last 25 years will instantly recognize the face on the large banner over the doors at the Laurel Mill Playhouse. It is Emile Bayard's illustration of the waif Cosette from Victor Hugo's French novel,...
  • The Valley Line: Happy Hour rocks while Marvin Pops

    No priorities were misplaced recently when Meredith and Tom Reynolds hosted the La Cañada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn. July Happy Hour. In fact, nearly 80 people placed this event at the top of their social calendar. It was unseasonably balmy...
  • Theater review: 'Les Miserables' from Florida Theatrical Association

    Theater review: 'Les Miserables' from Florida Theatrical Association
    Turntable? Who needs a turntable? The current tour of "Les Miserables" might have left its most famous piece of staging behind, but with the heart, passion and care invested in this production you won't miss it one bit. At last, Orlando's touring...
  • Is Barry Allen a hero of redemption?

    The recent revelations about Barry Allen, the city’s main self-professed “watch dog,” have troubled many of his supporters (“Council may limit interaction between government officials and 'known crooks,' Jan. 17). But what is...
  • "Mamma Mia"s Louise Pitre Is Goodspeed's "Mame"

    "Mamma Mia"s Louise Pitre Is Goodspeed's "Mame"
    Mamma, mia! Goodspeed Musicals got its Mame. Louise Pitre, best known as the Tony Award-nominated lead in the Broadway smash "Mamma Mia," will play the title role in the revival of "Mame," slated to play the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam April...
  • Lauren Kennedy, Erik Liberman Cast In 'Into the Woods' at Westport Playhouse

    Lauren Kennedy, Erik Liberman Cast In 'Into the Woods' at Westport Playhouse
    Lauren Kennedy, Erik Liberman and Danielle Ferland will be featured in the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical "Into the Woods," a co-production with Baltimore's CenterStage and the Westport Country Playhouse. Mark Lamos, artistic director of the...
  • Sweeney Todd kicks off Freddy Award season this weekend

    Sweeney Todd kicks off Freddy Award season this weekend
    The Freddy Awards kick off in weekend with Stephen Sondheim's dark musical "Sweeney Todd," presented by Blair Academy in Blairstown, N.J. Thursday through Saturday. The Freddy Awards is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with a record number of...
  • Religion, no; relationships, yes

    Religion, no; relationships, yes
    Here's another look at a religious leader in South Florida. Today we're talking with the Rev. Andrew Coleman of Sheridan Hills Baptist Church, Hollywood. Q: Is it easy or hard to become pastor of a church that you grew up in? A: I think it's a great...
  • 'Les Miserables' At The Bushnell: Oh, Cosette, How You've Grown

    'Les Miserables' At The Bushnell: Oh, Cosette, How You've Grown
    frizzo@courant.com The show: The national tour of "Les Misérables" at the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford. Again?: Well, it's been 25 years since "Les Misérables" opened on Broadway with its pop opera (or as it was more commonly...
  • You-gotta-go production of 'Urinetown' at Circle Theatre

    You-gotta-go production of 'Urinetown' at Circle Theatre
    Tossing a spitball in the face of tragedy, the goofy-but-grim meta-musical "Urinetown" was the first show to open on Broadway after the Sept. 11 attacks. Its success (including Tonys for Greg Kotis' book and Kotis and Mark Hollmann's score) handily proved...
  • Jackman puts up his dukes for 'Steel,' warms his pipes for 'Les Mis'

    Jackman puts up his dukes for 'Steel,' warms his pipes for 'Les Mis'
    The label long ago coined for those who can act, sing and dance was "triple threat." But there aren't many of those folks working in the movies these days. Hugh Jackman is one. And whenever he gets nostalgic for Hollywood's "Golden Age" when triple...