Les Miserables Omaha Tickets
Les Miserables is coming back to Broadway with its dazzling staging and glorious reimagined scenery. Inspired by Victor Hugo’s paintings, the musical is a breathtaking sight to watch. Grab your Les Miserables Omaha Tickets and be a part of their US Tour. The performances will take place from January 14 to January 19, 2020 at the Orpheum Theatre Omaha. Directed by Lawrence Connor and James Powell, Les Miserables is the second longest running musical across the world. The musical is a renowned phenomenon all over the world and has won multiple Tony and Drama Desk Awards. People are really looking forward to the theatrical production, are you excited?
About The Show
Adapted from the English-language version of the novel Les Miserables written by Trevor Nunn and John Caird, the musical revolves around the 19th century France. The story is about a peasant named Jane Valjean who spent 19 years in jail because he stole a loaf of bread to feed his sister’s unfed child. He decides to break his parole and live a new life but he is constantly being followed by a police inspector who is a firm believer that Valjean cannot change the patterns of his life. Les Miserables is a tale of lifelong struggle of mistrust, mistreatment and redemption.
With music and book by Claude-Michel Schonberg, the musical is going to give you goosebumps with its heartwarming story. It is a sung-through production where you will find the audience enjoying the whole vibe of the theater; the costumes, lighting and other effects enhance its overall impact. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh, the musical keeps people on the edge of their seats. There is going to be a lot of excitement and a whole lot of emotions will be channeled towards the audience.
Les Miserables made its Broadway debut in French in 1980 and since then it has been loved by people all across the world. Its revival is going to be huge and will leave the audience awe-struck. If you want to live this theatrical experience then buy your Les Miserables Omaha Tickets now.