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Les Miserables by Captivate Theatre: At the Rose Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe Review

I know how difficult Les Mis is for a youth group, trust me.  But Captivate have been honing their skills on the Fringe with this show (different casts each year) for a while now so they should know how to go about it. 574 more words


Les Misérables, by Victor Hugo

Time for honesty: If I could only read one book for the rest of my life, that would probably be Les Mis. Not only is it a massive work of literature, but it also has so many characters, so many different plot points and arcs that it feels like reading a few different books at the same time. 351 more words


My Feelings On Death in Musicals

I have mixed feelings when it comes to a death in a musical. The ones that have existed have been either bizarre or funny, constantly overlooked, or memorable and emotional. 1,372 more words


Why I Love the Love Triangle in Les Mis

Yesterday, I talked about Phantom of the Opera’s love triangle and the day before I talked about  Wicked’s love triangle and now today it is time for me to talk about the Les Mis love triangle. 549 more words


Adjectives Describing Musical Love Triangles

This is another post about romance in musicals. This time I will focus on the love triangles. The love triangles have been part of my life for eleven years now. 189 more words


Skyscrapers and Barricades

Dubai is known for its skyscrapers, shopping malls and propensity to be the first and biggest of anything imaginable. It seemed befitting that Les Mis… 559 more words