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Lisa kilrow from Denver, Colorado
My third time seeing this play and this was the best!! The performers brought such depth to their roles and voices were incredible. Spellbinding! I would highly recommend this performance.
Aaron from Denver, Colorado
One of the most powerful, and all inspiring shows I've ever seen.
Sherry Gomes from Boulder, Colorado
This was the 3rd time I've attended a performance of Les Mis. I also have five different cast albums. but this was the most amazing performance of them all. Nick Cartell as Valjean was so passionate with such a pure tone to his singing, I could listen to him over and over. all the other cast members were wonderful too. I cried several times, and during the finale, I had to hold on to my seat, because I wanted to jump up and join them on the barricades. I only wish I could go back and see it again and again and again. Thank you to all the cast for such a memorable evening and for moving my heart and soul so deeply in three short hours.
I have seen this play on Broadway and now here in Denver. I thought the Denver show was magnificent, the sets were very much the same, even the voices seem to match up with what I saw on Broadway. I went with my wife in NY, we enjoyed it so much we brought our three kids this time… Everyone loved it! my one critique would be that with traffic, lines etc. they could’ve been a little more graceful with the opening act... we waited about 10 minutes to get in and missed the first couple of songs.
D from Three Hills, Alberta
PHENOMENAL LES MISERABLES!
This was a PHENOMENAL show! If you are at all able...go! Go now! See it! We were very familiar with the story (novel and movie and songs) but had never seen it live on stage. The male leads especially stood out-- Javert, Jean val Jean, and Mariusz-- WOW! Those VOICES! My only regret is that we hadn't splurged a little bit more for closer seats (we were at the back of the first balcony, RC1, row N. I think Row A of first balacony center would be a dreamy spot!) I also wished we had known we could bring our drink in with us as I wouldn't have rushed it before being seated. 'Bring him home' was breath taking. The interaction in the garden with Mariusz and Cossette was SO tender and fresh. The Finale was heartbreaking and perfect. And the SET--- wow! Amazing! I just want to re-read, re-listen, and experience it again and again. I am so very thankful we spent the money, booked the sitter, pushed through the storm weather, and made it for this exceptional evening!
from Vancouver, British Columbia
The best musical I have been to. Great story, outstanding actors/singers and great scenery. The unforgettable experience was the song "I Dreamed a Dream", it was absolutelly the best performance.
Greg Metcalf from Vancouver, British Columbia
AMONG THE BEST WE’VE SEEN
My wife and I are Les Mis nuts. We have seen the show seven times in London over the years. We were really impressed by the Vancouver version we were able to see today. The cast was fantastic. There were some interpretations we haven’t seen before but they worked well. I wasn’t convinced by Steve Czarnecki as Valjean in the opening sequence, but he grew into the role beautifully. And - this is worth noting - his rendition of Bring Him Home is easily the best we have seen, and that’s saying something as we have seen some stars. The rest of the cast were all great as well. We didn’t find any weaknesses. Some clever use of backdrop projections were innovative and worked well. Well done Queen Elizabeth and the whole production. Vancouver can be proud.
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