Les Misérables

Location
Venue
Dates
Tickets
1Nashville, TNTPACSeptember 15-20, 2020
2Columbia, SCKoger CenterSeptember 29--October 4, 2020
3Milwaukee, WIMarcus CenterOctober 27--November 1, 2020
Providence, RIPPACNovember 4-8, 2020
4Philadelphia, PAAcademy of MusicJanuary 5-17, 2021 ^Tickets
5Los Angeles, CAAhmanson TheatreJanuary 26--February 28, 2021
6San Diego, CACivic TheatreMarch 2-7, 2021
7Palm Desert, CAMcCallum TheatreMarch 23-28, 2021
8Des Moines, IADes Moines Civic CenterApril 6-11, 2021
9Lincoln, NELied CenterApril 13-18, 2021
10Lubbock, TXBuddy Holly HallApril 20-25, 2021
11Denver, CODenver CenterApril 27--May 2, 2021
12Salt Lake City, UTEccles TheaterMay 4-16, 2021
13El Paso, TXPlaza TheatreJune 7-12, 2021 ^Tickets
14San Jose, CACenter for Performing ArtsJune 15-20, 2021 ^
15Eugene, ORHult CenterJuly 27--August 1, 2021 ^
Seattle, WA5th Ave TheatreTBA
^ Rescheduled from the 2019/2020 season
 LocationVenueDates
1Austin, TXBass Concert Hall10-15 September 2019
2San Antonio, TXMajestic Theatre17-22 September 2019
3Tulsa, OKTulsa PAC24-29 September 2019
4Ft. Lauderdale, FLBroward Center8-20 October 2019
5Orlando, FLDr Phillips Center22-27 October 2019
6Charlotte, NCOvens Auditorium29 October-3 November 2019
7Chattanooga, TNTivoli Theatre5-10 November 2019
8East Lansing, MIWharton Center12-17 November 2019
9Columbus, OHOhio Theatre19-24 November 2019
10Pittsburgh, PABenedum Center26 November-1 December 2019
11Waterbury, CTPalace Theater3-8 December 2019
12Buffalo, NYShea’s Buffalo Theatre10-15 December 2019
13Birmingham, ALThe BJCC7-12 January 2020
14Omaha, NEOrpheum Theatre14-19 January 2020
15Springfield, MOHammons Hall21-26 January 2020
16Kalamazoo, MIMiller Auditorium28 January-2 February 2020
17Bloomington, INIU Auditorium4-9 February 2020
18Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center11-23 February 2020
19Sarasota, FLVan Wezel Performing Arts Hall26 February–1 March 2020
20Greenville, SCPeace Center3-8 March 2020
21Durham, NCDPAC10-12 March 2020 *
22Philadelphia, PAAcademy of Music17-29 March 2020
23El Paso, TXPlaza Theatre7-12 April 2020 ^
24Eugene, ORHult Center15-19 April 2020 ^
25San Jose, CACenter for Performing Arts21-26 April 2020 ^
26Fresno, CASaroyan Theatre28 April-3 May 2020
27Costa Mesa, CASegerstrom Center5-17 May 2020
28Boston, MABoston Opera House2-14 June 2020
29Toronto, ONPrincess of Wales Theatre16 June-23 August 2020

* Performances from 13-15 March 2020 were cancelled
^ Rescheduled to the 2020/2021 season

Location Dates
1. Tucson, AZ 4-9 September 2018
(2.) McAllen, TX 12-16 September 2018*
3. Oklahoma City, OK (Civic) 18-23 September 2018
4. Houston, TX (Hobby) 25-30 September 2018
5. New Haven, CT 4-7 October 2018
6. Baltimore, MD 9-14 October 2018
7. North Charleston, SC 16-21 October 2018
8. Richmond, VA 23-28 October 2018
9. Cleveland, OH 30 October-18 November 2018
10. Rochester, NY 20-24 November 2018
11. Memphis, TN 27 November-2 December 2018
12. Iowa City, IA 4-9 December 2018
13. St. Louis, MO (Fox) 11-16 December 2018
14. Minneapolis, MN 18-30 December 2018
15. Knoxville, TN 2-6 January 2019
16. New Orleans, LA 8-13 January 2019
17. Tampa, FL 15-20 January 2019
18. Jacksonville, FL 22-27 January 2019
19. Naples, FL 29 January-3 February 2019
20. Miami, FL 5-10 February 2019
21. West Palm Beach, FL 12-17 February 2019
22. Fort Myers, FL 19-24 February 2019
23. Atlanta, GA (Fox) 26 February-3 March 2019
24. Jackson, MS 5-10 March 2019
25. South Bend, IN 19-24 March 2019
26. Syracuse, NY 26-31 March 2019
27. Dayton, OH 2-7 April 2019
28. Toledo, OH (Stranahan) 9-14 April 2019
29. Boston, MA 16-28 April 2019
30. Los Angeles, CA (Pantages) 7 May-2 June 2019
31. Colorado Springs, CO 5-9 June 2019
32. Sioux Falls, SD 12-16 June 2019
33. Fayetteville, AR 18-23 June 2019
34. Fort Worth, TX 25-30 June 2019
35. Boise, ID 30 July-4 August 2019
36. Spokane, WA 6-11 August 2019
  • Runtime: 2 hours 55 minutes
  • Intermissions: 1
  • Age Recommendation: 10+

Cameron Mackintosh presents the new production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, Les Misérables, direct from its acclaimed Broadway return. Featuring the beloved songs “I Dreamed A Dream,” “On My Own,” “Stars,” “Bring Him Home,”“One Day More,” and many more, this epic and uplifting story has become one of the most celebrated musicals in theatrical history. With its glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, this breathtaking new production has left both audiences and critics awe struck. “Les Miz is born again!” (NY1).

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