Can You Hear the People Sing at the North Shore Music Theatre? It's as Grand and Glorious as Ever

November 17, 2014 3:27 AM

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Les Miserables was the first Broadway show that I ever saw. It was a huge deal in my life and a very defining moment in knowing that I wanted to pursue some kind of a life in the theater. The excursion was our big sixth grade field trip consisting of a day in the Big Apple and culminating with a Broadway show. The teachers bandied about the subject. "Should we take them to see Annie 2 or Les Miz?" Uh, do any of you out there remember Annie 2?! Well, there ya go. Les Miz it was!

Needless to say like every first time, the experience of walking into the Broadway Theater on 53rd street as a 12-year-old was something that I will always hold close to my heart. The last time I saw Les Miserables live on stage was just before it ended its original Broadway run. Since then only the...

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