Good news for all fans Les Miserables: the musical returns next year at the Royal Theater Carré! The star cast includes Milan van Waardenburg (Jean Valjean), Freek Bartels (Javert) and Vajèn van den Bosch (Eponine).
Les Miserables was a really fun guy in the 90’s. Henk Poort, Ernst Daniël Smid and Paul de Leeuw played the lead roles in the musical, which premiered in 1991 on Carré. In 2008 the production returned to the stage with, among others, René van Kooten, Jamai Loman and Carlo Boszhard in the lead roles.
Production in the hands of Ruud de Graaf and Hans Cornelissen
All over the world is Les Miserables unprecedented success for decades. For example, the Broadway version won several Tony Awards and it is the longest-running musical ever in the UK. Latest music version of Les Miserables is a production by Ruud de Graaf and Hans Cornelissen in collaboration with a special advisor Erwin van Lambaart, based on a version by producer Cameron Mackintosh. At least fifteen trailers from the UK are required for this massive musical production to transport the set to our country.
Carré . Royal Theater
Over the course of the story – based on the book by French author Victor Hugo – we follow the protagonist Jean Valjean who is released on parole after years of imprisonment. To be truly free, he took on a new identity, but he didn’t get away with it.
Les Miserables play from 1 to 19 March 2023 at the Royal Theater Carré in Amsterdam. In addition to leading roles for Milan van Waardenburg (Jean Valjean), Freek Bartels (Javert) and Vajèn van den Bosch (Eponine), Ellen Pieters (Madame Thénardier), Channah Hewitt (Fantine), Mark Roy Luykx (Enjolras) and Sem Gerritsma (Cosette) also star in the musical.
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