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Les Miserables [Broadway 2014] review

Do You See The People Spin? Not any more, in this epic new production of the world’s favourite musical.


Beauty on Broadway & Success at the Stage Door

Spring break—the glorious one-week intermission that allows all of us to kick back and enjoy the fresh air. With the lingering winter weather dampening our spirits, we all needed this spring break now more than ever—and with tickets to Broadway’s… 805 more words

Theater Monday: Casting couch

Something I’ve been thinking about doing for a while, but kept putting off, until today because the day feels right.

Welcome to the casting couch! Where I take some of my favorite musicals and dream up my perfect cast. 500 more words

Nikki M. James on Broadway's 'Les Miserables' Revival: 'You Pray to God You Make It Feel Fresh'

Reviving a beloved property like “Les Misérables” can be a fraught undertaking but to Nikki M. James, who takes on the role of Éponine after her Tony-winning run in “Book of Mormon,” there are only two directions that things can take. 504 more words


The Reviews for Les Miserables are In...

Les Miserables is back, and to no one’s surprise, it’s STILL worth seeing!  The first revival of the musical since the Academy Award-winning film graced the big screen, this version, adapted by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg, showcases a grittier, smokier, gloomier France, somewhat improving on aesthetics employed in the film.  640 more words

On Broadway


I promised a few days ago to tell you about the short story that won the hearts of all four judges at the Cambridge Autumn Festival short story competition. 701 more words


Why Crying Makes Me So Happy, or, Les Misérables

On the bus into New York City on Wednesday afternoon, I turned to my roommate and told her that I had a serious problem: I had forgotten my tissues! 622 more words