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Stage by Stage: Les Misérables (1988)

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An interview with the production team behind the hit Broadway musical as they discuss the conception and development of Les Miserables as a pop-culture phenomenon. Several scenes from the ... See full summary »

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An interview with the production team behind the hit Broadway musical as they discuss the conception and development of Les Miserables as a pop-culture phenomenon. Several scenes from the musical have been included. Written by Phil Fernando

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[opening text crawl] When Les Miserables opened in October 1985 at the Barbican Theatre in London it was panned by many of the critics. They said it would never transfer to the West End, let alone Broadway. Les Miserables is now in production or development in over 70 cities in the world. See more »

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Timeless
2 May 2004 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

I must first admit that I am such a fan of Les Miz (words cannot even describe it) that if anyone says something even remotely negative about the show, I will be deeply offended. That being said...I must say that anyone who has a passion for Les Miserables (or the theater in general for that matter) should see this.

I was moved to tears several times throughout the one-hour long video, especially during the "One Day More" sequence from the Oslo production. "One Day More" is my absolute favorite from the show (and actually my favorite song, period), and I was moved to tears, despite the fact that it was in Swedish. In a musical as powerful as Les Miz, words are unnecessary, the message is still there, in all its force. It is impossible to convey if you haven't seen the musical in any form the passion that drives this magnificent show.


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