Les Miserables at Saenger Theatre

Les Miserables at Saenger TheatreThe Broadway masterpiece is heading to New Orleans as the tales of prejudice and justice latch themselves on the theater stages with the classic Les Miserables, the musical, through the theaters from January 30 to February 4 at Saenger Theatre, New Orleans, Louisiana. Catch the story of prisoner 24601 Jean Valjean (Nick Cartell) as he skids her life to the streets of 19th century France, entangled with the sorrows and mishaps for enlightenment. The brand new production prompted by the great Cameron Mackintosh will be in its best shape as the Victor Hugo masterpiece is once again told in front of the curtains that the fans surely awaited. The Tony Award-winning classic will be on display as Les Miserables’ greatest hits, I Dreamed a Dream, One Day More, and Do You Hear People Sing, ignite the emotions of the fans once again. Don’t miss the paragon of musicals as Les Miserables showcases a sensical story of love and justice for the fans who insist. Grab your tickets now!

Les Miserables Tickets

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Les Miserables tickets

Be the witness for unraveling chronicles of joy, anger, peace, and despair as the Broadway gem Les Miserables pulls the people’s musical interest as it budges its way to the Louisiana prefects to tell the greatest story of love and tragedy on January 30 to February 4 at Saenger Theatre, New Orleans, Louisiana. Eight shows will be opening in New Orleans as the world’s most popular musical lights the stages once again in this North American musical expedite.

Running for 2 hours and 30 minutes, Les Miserables only needs ample time to showcase its world-class talent and immense storytelling as the novel originated from the minds of Victor Hugo and will be translated onto musical stages with the supervision of the great producer Cameron Mackintosh. Focusing on the lens of post-revolutionary France in the 19th Century, a history is blooming featuring the Les Miserables hits, including I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, One Day More, Bring Him Home, and many more, with the collaboration of the best theatrical actors and actresses in Broadway scene where the fans will be surely captivated.

“Just hear these people sing” – The Guardian

“Les Miserables is an exceptional piece of art” – I Love Manchester

Traveling back to 19th century France where, our ill-fated Prisoner 24601 Jean Valjean, a former prisoner, tries to find a better path after being incarcerated for nineteen years for stealing bread. As his life becomes more blurry and dark, a bishop named Bishop Myriel changes his life by helping him be a better version of himself, away from his dark past. As the times become more on his side, is where the storm in the calm seas starts its wrath as his nemesis, Inspector Javert, a former prison guard in Jean Valjean’s cell, starts to chase him for his own meaning of justice. From this entanglement is where Jean Valjean will meet the characters of Fantine, an honorous mother, and Marius, a revolutionary who will spice up this story of social justice and prejudices. The tale of redemption, with a glance of hope and harmony, is the inspiration of this masterpiece as these characters connect their principles to bring the audience their sense of enlightenment through the musical show. The depiction of social classes and mishaps will be shown directly with a sudden punch of realization and clarity, a thing that only a musical of this caliber can give.

Les Miserables Cast

The Les Miserables musical US tour will be heading to Louisiana for a six-day run encompassing eight shows, so there is no reason you will not witness this piece of art. The exceptional casting and characterization are at their peak as our guy Jean Valjean will be played by the renowned theatrical actor Nick Cartell, along with Preston Truman Boyd as Javert, Haley Dortch as Fantine, and Jake David Smith as Marius. The following are the spectacular cast of Les Miserables that perform on this New Orleans stretch:

  • Matt Crowle as Thenardier
  • Victoria Huston-Elem as Madame Thenardier
  • Devin Archer as Enjolras 
  • Phoenix Best as Eponine
  • Delaney Guyer as Cosette
  • Sky Vaux Fuller as Little Cosette/Young Eponine
  • Olivia Grace O’Sullivan as Little Cosette/Young Eponine
  • Henry Kirk as Gavroche
  • Milo Maharlika as Gavroche
  • Kyle Adams as Grantaire
  • John Ambrosino as Bamatabois/Babet
  • Daniel Gerard Bittner as Feuilly
  • Randy Jetter as Bishop of Digne/Lesgles
  • Kyle Adams as Grantaire
  • Steve Czarnecki as Factory Foreman/Brujon
  • Kelsey Denae as Wigmaker
  • David Young Fernandez as Prouvaire
  • Cameron Loyal as Claquesous
  • Andre Marks Maughan and Tim Quartier as Combeferre
  • Julai Ellen Richardson as Factory Girl
  • Ethan Rogers as Courfeyrac
  • Christopher James Tamayo as Montparnasse
  • J.T. Wood as Joly

“This role as Jean Valjean is the pinnacle role in musical theater. To be able to portray this role has been incredibly rewarding”, Les Miserables star Nick Cartell said on playing the role of Jean Valjean.

The team has a strong ensemble from an excellent group, which includes Jenna Burns, Julia Cardia, Adrianne Dicerbo, Genevieve Ellis, Mya Rena Hunter, Eden Mau, Greta Schaefer, and Veronica Stern. The cast also features Kyle Timson who is the dance captain with Ben Charington, Michelle Beth Herman, Nicole Morris, Ashley Dawn Mortenstein, Matt Rosell, and Christopher Robin Sapp taking on the roles of swings.

Les Miserables Production Crew

As important as the front roles are, the behind-the-scenes crew, which manages all the tiny details on the set, is also a world-class talent led by producer Cameron Mackintosh. Along with the best artist on the planet, Alain Boublil for the concept, book, and French Lyrics, Claude-Michel Schönberg for the book and music, Herbert Kretzmer as Lyricist, and James Powell and Laurence Connor as Directors, they will lead the creative team, including:

  • Matt Kinley as Set & Image Designer
  • Paul Constable as Lighting Designer
  • Mick Potter as Sound Designer
  • Adreane Neofitou as Original Costume Designer
  • Christine Rowland and Paul Willis as Costume Designer
  • Geoffrey Garratt for Musical Staging
  • Michael Ashcroft for Additional Musical Staging
  • 59 Productions and Finn Ross for Projection Realization
  • Stephen Brooker as Musical Supervisor & Orchestrations
  • John Cameron, Stephen Metcalfe, and Christopher Jahnke for Orchestrations
  • Trevor Nunn and John Caird for Adaptation
  • Jean-Marc Natel for Original French Text
  • James Fenton for Additional Material
  • David Harris and Christine Peters as Associate Set Designer 
  • Nic Gray as Associate Sound Designer
  • Simon Harding as Associate Projection Designer
  • Ben Jacobs and Karen Spahn as Associate Lighting Designer
  • Stefan Musch as Wigs, Hair & Make-up Designer
  • John Miller as Musical Coordinator
  • Leigh Zimmerman as Intimacy Director
  • Felicia Rudolp, Merri Sugarman, and Tara Run Casting for Casting
  • Bond Theatrical Group for Exclusive Tour Booking, Press, & Marketing
  • Gregory Vander Ploeg for General Management
  • Corey Agnew as Associate Director
  • James Moore as Musical Supervisor
  • Jesse Robb as Musical Staging Associate
  • Richard Barth as Resident Director
  • Brian Eads as Musical Director
  • Seth Sklar-Heyn, Trinity Wheeler and Networks Presentations as Executive Producer
  • Chris Danner as Company Manager
  • Elle Aghabala as Associate Company Manager
  • Ryan W. Garder as Production Stage Manager
  • Claire Farrokh as Stage Manager
  • Hollis Duggans-Queens as Assistant Stage Manager
Les Miserables new orleans

Originating from Victor Hugo’s quill in 1982, the journey of Les Miserables from novels to the biggest musical stages justifies its hype as its meaning still lives on in the present times. From Victor Hugo’s perspective inspired by the June Rebellion to the adaptations, Les Miserables touched every heart of its viewers, making it one of the best musical shows in the world. Started from the books, then turned to animations and televisions, up to the stages of Broadway, where the story spread to the masses. It is totally historic and deserves its graces. The premiere of the Les Miserables musical in 1980 lit the journey of this art, which was also followed by the English rendition in 1985 at West End. With this, Les Miserables solidified its cause as it bagged several awards from prestigious bodies, including the Tony Awards, Grammy Awards, and Drama Desk Awards.

“Brilliant show not to be missed” – London TheatreLand

“A reborn dream of production” – Daily Telegraph

Saenger Theater will be the home of the Les Miserables Musical in New Orleans as it commences its eight shows from January 30 to February 4. Its Italian Baroque courtyard, with world-class entertainment features, is a perfect location for the musical adaptation of this historical art as Les Miserables manages to fix and break your emotions apart. Book your tickets now!

A Review from Daily Bruin from Victoria Munck

“At the end of the day, the love for “Les Misérables” may indeed be everlasting. In a quite literally angelic finale, the musical’s company delivers one last harmonious number with moving lyrics that leave the audience to reflect on the intersections of love, death and spirit. Brought to new life with innovative technical direction, the reconceived production of Les Misérables dares to assure that the celebrated classic will still be filling hearts when tomorrow comes”.

“Intense emotions bolster epic productions” – Chicago Sun Times

“A living/breathing piece of art” – Texas Lifestyle Magazine