THE MS SOCIETY OF SA/NT
24 Sep 2004 - 2 Oct 2004
HER MAJESTY'S THEATRE
10 PERFORMANCES ONLY
One of the greatest musical theatre pieces ever written, based on one of the greatest novels ever written, Les Miserables is the story of one man and his desire to make a difference. Set against the backdrop of a world split into strong class divisions, the show explores political and personal passions, the importance of the individual, and the role of God and Man in shaping destiny. The show is one of the most beloved pieces - by audiences and performers alike - and has been translated into many languages and performed all over the world.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of SA & NT Inc is proud to present this production of Les Miserables at Her Majesty's Theatre in Sept-Oct 2004.
Starring Normie Rowe as Jean Valjean, this production features music by Claude-Michel Schoenberg and lyrics/book by Alain Boublil and Herbert Kretzmer.
Not suitable for pre-school children. Suitable all other ages.
Duration: 3hr 10mins Interval: 20mins
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By Thor Bjorn Krebs
Translated by David Duchin
Directed by Kat Henry