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6/27/2014 to 8/17/2014

Join Dallas Theater Center for an immersive, never-before-seen staging of Les Misérables, the world's most popular musical. 
The Wyly Theatre has been transformed into early 19th century France, and the audience will be in the center of the action. Join the revolutionaries behind the barricade in the most intimate staging you've ever experienced. This modernfresh and bold production is complete with the sweeping music and epic story you've loved for almost 30 years. 

Recommended for ages 13 and above. Like the recent film, this production contains suggestive and sexual material, violence and thematic elements. Les Misérables runs approximately 3 hours with one 15-minute intermission.

Top: Allison Blackwell, Justin Keyes, Brandon Michael Nase, Nehal Joshi. Photo: Karen Almond.

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A musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg • Based on a novel by Victor Hugo • Music by Claude-Michel Schönberg • Lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer • Adapted and Originally Directed by Trevor Nunn and John Caird • Orchestrations by John Cameron • Directed by Liesl Tommy

Music Director Sinai Tabak
Choreographer Christopher Windom
Set Designer John Coyne
Costume Designer Jacob A. Climer
Lighting Designer Colin K. Bills
Sound Designer Ray Nardelli
Fight Director Jeffrey Colangelo
Hair, Wig & Makeup Design Rob Greene
Hair, Wig & Makeup Design J. Jared Janas
New York Casting Telsey + Company
Local Casting Tiffany Hobbs
Production Manager Barb Hicks
Stage Manager Lara Tenenbaum
Stage Manager Chris Waffles Wathen
Assistant Director Wesley Ruzibiza
Assistant to the Director John Leos
Production Assistant Ashley Henley
Production Assistant Anna Baranski
Music Director Sinai Tabak
Music Contractor, Trumpet, Fleugelhorn, Piccolo Trumpet Larry Spencer
Keyboard 2 Aimee Hurst Bozarth
Flute, Alto Flute, Alto Recorder, Piccolo Trumpet Randy Lee
Oboe, English Horn Kelli Short
Bb Clarinet, Eb Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Tenor Recorder Pete Brewer
Horn Nancy Jarrett
Trombone, Bass Trombone Wes Woodrow
Cello Lise Engel
Violin, Viola Cathy Richardson
Upright Bass Rex Bozarth
Percussion, Drum Set Drew Lang
Keyboard Programmer Alex Vorse

Les Misérables study guide




At the End of the Day
I Dreamed a Dream
The Docks
Cart Crash
Fantine's Death
Little Cosette
The Innkeeper's Song
The Bargain
The Beggars
The Robbery
The ABC Café
The People's Song
Rue Plumet
A Heart Full of Love
The Attack on Rue Plumet
One Day More

Building the Barricade
Javert at the Barricade
The First Attack
The Night
The Second Attack
The Final Battle
The Sewers
Javert's Suicide
Café Song
Marius & Cosette
The Wedding

LyricWikia: Lyrics!.................................................................................................../

August 18, 2014

Anna, Who Dreamed a Dream

On Monday, August 11, Dallas Theater Center received a letter from a 16 year-old in Alaska named Anna about Les Misérables. Anna thanked DTC for the production and, like so many others, asked about the possibility of a DVD of the show being produced. 

July 16, 2014

Revolution Comes to the Wyly Theatre: Celebrating Les Misérables 

The Fourth of July Press Opening for Les Misérables was a grand celebration. After the performance DTC partied with a few hundred close friends in the Wyly’s rehearsal space,

June 11, 2014

Meet the Cast of Les Misérables

The amazing and talented cast of Les Misérables – in rehearsals now, and getting ready for the revolution!

May 14, 2014

DTC Hosts Annual Circle Dinner With Special Guest Justin Keyes

Each spring, Dallas Theater Center hosts the Circle Dinner to thank its most generous annual fund donors. On Monday, April 28, DTC welcomed members of the Gold, Platinum, and Director’s Circle levels...


COME EARLY  Before the play, join us for a free 30-minute informative talk designed to enhance your play-going experience. Given one hour before every performance, join Brierley Resident Acting Company and Les Misérables cast member Hassan El-Amin as he shares details about the play’s origins and context, as well as insight into the creative process behind the production.

STAY LATE  After the play, stick around for a free, brief, post-show conversation with Brierley Resident Acting Company and Les Misérables cast member Daniel Duque-Estrada. Engage with other patrons, learn about the production, and share your insights about the play in a lively discussion.

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Posted by Jianna | 2015-01-16

Is there a Recording of this anywhere? I know many of us Mizzies are dying to know!
Posted by Barbara | 2014-08-19

Dear DTC: This production of Les Mis is so creative and the voices were over the top. Enjoyed it so much saw it twice (and in the second row both times). Loved it - sorry to see it go!
Posted by Maggie | 2014-08-18

I saw the final performance last night and it was just breathtaking. I've always enjoyed just listening to the soundtrack of the musical more than the stage show. For some reason the stage show just seemed disconnected to me. This version, however, brings the heart of Les Mis out of the distance of history and slaps you in the face with its relevance.
Posted by Paula | 2014-08-14

Hi! I think I'm speaking for all the fans of Les Mis right now asking if you plan to record a DVD of the show or transfer it to Europe for everyone to have more chances to see it? It looks just perfect, sending the message of the musical as it should!
Posted by Laure Borgerding | 2014-08-01

WOW. I have seen Les Miz several times and this is, by far, my favorite. I loved the intimacy of the Wylie Theater and the simple props and costumes. The vocal performances were just fantastic. Warning to anyone bringing young children...don't. The Lovely Ladies scene is hard "R" rated, so is Master of the House. We had a 6 year old boy in our row whose mother had to hide his eyes. Enjoy an adult evening out.
Posted by Jan R. | 2014-07-28

Dear DTC:Last night's performance left me weak. It was so powerful and meaningful. I have never written in before to tell you how much I have enjoyed a production, but I could not let this one go by. Each actor was marvelous. The orchestra was awesome. The minimal sets were perfect. I have seen Les Mis performed at least 5 times before, and in my opinion, this was the very best. Thank you for a mesmerizing evening! I'll be thinking about it for a long time.
Posted by Jeff Heald and Michael Zerbach | 2014-07-16

Daring to approach a world wide musical treasure in a very new way is a very risky thing to do, but this stunning and profoundly moving production allows these beloved characters to go farther, reach higher, and speak to us all as never before. Bravos all around!
Posted by carly | 2014-07-12

I'm all the way in CA, and this production of Les Mis looks awesome! Would there be any chance you could record it for everyone else to see? It'd be a shame to never witness such a relevant, modern interpretation.
Posted by Jude | 2014-07-12

I have already seen the play and I loved it! I think I just might go back to see it again! Get tickets u won't regret it.
Posted by Emory | 2014-07-09

I know this is unlikely to happen, but Les Mis fans around the world were wondering if a recording of the show would be available? This looks amazing!!!!
Posted by Leticia | 2014-07-07

Hi, I was wondering if you thought about filming the show and posting it on youtube or somewhere else because there are a lot of Les Mis fans from around the world that would really love to be able to see it but can't.
Posted by Andrew | 2014-07-07

Please, record the video of the show for the people outside the country who may never see it in this form! It sounds and looks so much better than the current Broadway production, and it will be a real shame if this innovative vision and version remains unknown worldwide! I'm dying to see it, and I'm sure millions of Les Mis fans are as well!
Posted by Dena | 2014-06-29

Thank you for posting the run time. Looking forward to the show!
Posted by Webmaster --> velle, Jessica | 2014-06-25

Thank you both for checking in. Current run time is just under 3 hours. Hope this helps!
Posted by Katrina | 2014-06-23

Is this set in the Revolutionary French period or in Modern times?
Posted by velle | 2014-06-23

how long is this production? we have a 2 hour drive - just seeing if we need to stay. thanks
Posted by jessica | 2014-06-20

What is the approximate run time?
Posted by sulmer | 2014-01-19

Is this the broadway touring production? Or a local production?
Posted by Webmaster -->> sulmer | 2014-01-19

Dear sulmer, Thank you for your interest. This will be a Dallas Theater Center production, not a touring production.
Posted by Yesel Gutierrez | 2013-11-11

When will the tickets for this production go on sale?
Posted by webmaster | 2013-11-11

Dear Yesel - tickets are on sale now! Click either of the "Buy Tickets" buttons on this page to purchase. Hope this helps, and thank you for your interest. DTC Webmaster
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