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"Les Miserables"

Thursday, Mar 22, 2012 7:30p
Boston Opera House Boston, MA

The 25th-anniversary production of this blockbuster musical qualifies as a truly extraordinary theatrical experience. It's hard to imagine a fresh take on this adaptation of Victor Hugo's sweeping saga, but the combination of high-tech wizardry and old-fashioned, character-driven performances by an outstanding cast makes for a breathtaking evening. - Terry Byrne, Globe Correspondent

The musical version of Victor Hugo's "Les Miserables" is back, revamped and revitalized for its 25th anniversary.
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Performer James Powell has been part of '90s London stage productions such as Les Miserables and Listen to the Wind. He should not be confused with British recording artists such as the drummer James Powell -- who is Georgie Fame's son -- or the soulful leader of Jimmy Powell & the Dimensions....
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Boston Opera House
539 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02111
(617) 259-3400
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(no rating) March 25, 2012 - Boston.com - Lenny Megliola, Globe Correspondent

It’s a long way from the Natick movie house of Bob Billig’s youth to the big bright lights of Broadway. But that’s the road he’s taken.

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(no rating) March 16, 2012 - Boston.com - Terry Byrne, Globe Correspondent

The 25th-anniversary production of “Les Miserables,’’ now playing at the Opera House, qualifies as a truly extraordinary theatrical experience when high-tech wizardry blends seamlessly with old-fashioned storytelling, framed within a glorious musical score.

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(no rating) March 11, 2012 - Boston.com - James Sullivan, Globe Correspondent

The turntable that was built into the long-running stage production of “Les Misérables’’ did more than just change the scenery. It represented the epic revolutions in the lives of Jean Valjean and the rest of Victor Hugo’s deep cast of characters.

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