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I was reluctant to see the show for a second time, especially after seeing Les Mis in an amazing theater in London years ago. This show in Houston was hands down the best musical I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen many. What a cast! Thank you for an evening I will never forget!
Robin Cohen Westmiller from Camarillo, Ca
BEST BIRTHDAY SURPRISE!!
My daughter lives in Houston - a friend of hers called to say Les Miserables was going to be in town and asked if she wanted to go with her. Daughter replies "I ONLY see Les Miz with my mother!" -- SO, she calls me (I'm in L.A.) makes up some excuse to visit, pays my Southwest ticket, and SURPRISES me for my birthday with tickets soo the production!!
It was FANTASTIC... one of the very best, made more special that it's become a family tradition! I did see it in L.A. in August, (I think this was my 22nd performance) The last time we were together was at the very LAST Broadway performance way back in 2017! Tickets again were a present - with BOTH my daughters in NYC!
I have 5 grandsons, ages 12 - 4yrs... ONE OF THEM WILL PLAY JEAN VALJEAN some day!! (One day more!!)
Thank you Houston, you are a BEAUTIFUL city!
SD from Memphis, Tennessee
UNBELIEVABLY MOVING. EXCEED EXPECTATIONS IN EVERY WAY.
This production was by far one of the best productions I have ever seen. From the acting to the stage setting to the vocals to the humor it was engrossing in every possible way. I was quite honestly very sad when it was over. I can't think of a single criticism of this show. I'd go back again in a heartbeat to watch it all over again. We bought our tickets last second, and paid handsomely for them. I feel like I got a bargain after watching the show. I'd pay double for that experience again.
D Harper from Madison, Wisconsin
I have seen Les Mis productions on Broadway and in Chicago, and loved both of them. However, this performance was one of the very best shows I have ever seen in my life of many decades! Each soloist, from Jean Valjean, Javert and Fantine to the Thenardiers, Eponine, Cosette and Marius, to Gavroche, Enjolras, Grantaire and the Bishop, and to all those I am unintentionally leaving out, was the vocal epitome of the character.
I feel absolutely enlightened by this performance.
Roy Hoagland from Richmond, Virginia
GREAT PERFORMANCES, LOUSY ACOUSTICS
I have seen many a Broadway show and this was one among
equals. The directing was superb, the voices incredible, the sets
amazing, the pit orchestra excellent, he acting as good as it comes
... The acoustics were terrible. We had great seats (front row in the
mezzanine, or Grand Tier as they call it at the Altria theater) and
50% of the words were mush, especially the choral numbers. This
has happened before at the Altria. While the sound was amazing,
the language was indecipherable. I should have asked for a refund
as all four of us in attendance could not understand the sung
dialogue more often than not. But hats off to the performers and
the production company, especially the two leads. Their
performances were stunning.
Dawn from Richmond, Virginia
LES MIS IN THE DARK?
I saw the truly grand production of Les Miserables years ago so I am probably very spoiled. The biggest problem of this version when I saw it Oct. 23 was lighting. Everything was so dark you could not see the actors very well at all! I understand that this was done in a style which depended on lighting and darkness, but it was WAY too dark. I had trouble telling who was singing as there was not always a spot light on them. I had to search for the singer several times. The sound balance was off for whatever reason. The actors and their singing was truly superb, although I found Javert a trifle jolting in his timing. He also needs to slow down just a bit. Grand voice though.
from San Francisco, California
Wonderful but they need to turn the sound
down a few decibels...too loud st times
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