In a post on social media, producer Cameron Mackintosh announced that the touring production of Les Misérables will be suspended as they re-examine the production’s touring schedule.
The post indicates that a possible year suspension may take place while taking into account the health and safety of their audiences, theater employees, cast, crew, and musicians. As such, they will be waiting for an effective solution to the health crisis before reopening the show.
Below is a listing of the current 20/21 season route for Les Misérables. This information will be available for research purposes until the tour resumes.
|Nashville, TN||TPAC||September 15-20, 2020|
|Columbia, SC||Koger Center||September 29–October 4, 2020|
|Costa Mesa, CA||Segerstrom Center||October 6-18, 2020|
|Milwaukee, WI||Marcus Center||October 27–November 1, 2020|
|Providence, RI||PPAC||November 4-8, 2020|
|Philadelphia, PA||Academy of Music||January 5-17, 2021 ^|
|Los Angeles, CA||Ahmanson Theatre||January 26–February 28, 2021|
|San Diego, CA||Civic Theatre||March 2-7, 2021|
|Palm Desert, CA||McCallum Theatre||March 23-28, 2021|
|Des Moines, IA||Des Moines Civic Center||April 6-11, 2021|
|Lincoln, NE||Lied Center||April 13-18, 2021|
|Lubbock, TX||Buddy Holly Hall||April 20-25, 2021|
|Denver, CO||Denver Center||April 27–May 2, 2021|
|Salt Lake City, UT||Eccles Theater||May 4-16, 2021|
|El Paso, TX||Plaza Theatre||June 7-12, 2021 ^|
|San Jose, CA||Center for Performing Arts||June 15-20, 2021 ^|
|Eugene, OR||Hult Center||July 27–August 1, 2021 ^|
|Seattle, WA||5th Ave Theatre||TBA|
If you purchased tickets for any new or rescheduled performance, please consult the venue specifically for refund or donation options.
Be sure to follow us to know when the production will resume, as well as updates from the venues, which may look to fill the now-vacant spot in their schedule with another show.