Les Miserables Tucson AZ Tickets
Les Miserables Tucson AZ tickets are available now for the upcoming shows of the hit Broadway classic, now showing at the Centennial Hall in Tucson, Arizona. The new production of the Tony-Award winning musical by Alain Boubill and Claude-Michel Schonberg will be presented by Cameron Mackintosh. Featuring some of the best songs from the production over the years, this production is all set to wow audiences in the early days of September this year. With a limited number of shows planned, you are advised to get your tickets as early as you can – they won’t be available for long!
Featuring songs such as “On My Own”, “I Dreamed a Dream”, “Bring Him Home” and “One More Day”, this edition of Les Miserables promises to bring back all the amazing things about the musical. With a glorious new stage and mesmerizing images inspired by the work of Victor Hugo, Les Miserables will be a true spectacle, as always! You would not want to miss out on this.
About Les Miserables – The Musical
Les Miserables, the musical is based on the French novel of the same name by Victor Hugo. Initially premiering in 1980 in Paris, the musical has had multiple productions since. It became the longest-running musical in the West End at the time, after running continuously till 1985.
The Success of Les Miserables: The Musical
Over the years, with multiple productions worldwide, Les Miserables has won many prestigious awards. These include the Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Book and Best Score. The musical has also won the Laurence Oliver Award for the Most Popular Show, twice and a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical.
The Story of Les Miserables
The storyline of Les Miserables follows the life of a French peasant, Jean Valjean, in the 19th Century France. The poor peasant gets jailed, and serves nineteen years in jail for stealing a loaf of bread for his sister’s starving child. After getting out on parole, Valjean breaks his parole but is followed relentlessly by a police inspector. Find out how the story unfolds and how the French revolutionary period plays a part in the story. Get these Les Miserables Tucson AZ Tickets.