Since Bastille Days is still way too far away, the arrival of "Les Miz" would serve as the perfect time to bring the sights and sensations of Paris right to our very backyards - a wish granted even more easily with the help of a favorite local eatery.
On Saturday, Aug. 26, Gibraltar will host a celebration of five iconic productions - "Rent," "Grease," "Les Miserables," "Hamilton" and, the event's namesake, "The Phantom of the Opera" - by playing each in their entirety.
A mix of familiar classics ("Rent," "Les Miserables") and new favorites ("Waitress") comprises the Marcus Center's newly announced 2017-18 touring Broadway musical theatrical season.
Go ahead and pick any adjective you want. Not one of them - or all of them - can possibly do justice to the glorious production of "Les Misérables" that opened Friday night at the Skylight Music Theatre. But blessed may come close for those lucky enough to see it. After it was over, I felt blessed.
Viswa Subbaraman admits to a mild case of nerves as Skylight Music Theatre announced its 2013-14 season Thursday, the first under the new artistic director who is expected to continue the impressive record of the Skylight over the past few years.
Merry Christmas, "Les Miz" lovers - I'm about to hate all over your musical.