Les Miserables

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Les Miserables

Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables was originally conceived for the stage by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil.

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Currently shipping rental costumes to all 50 states, Costume Holiday House offers a choice of arrival dates to accommodate your rehearsal schedule. Each costume comes bagged, individually tagged, and fully accessorized to make your final preparations before opening night as easy as possible.

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For over 50 years of costuming excellence Costume Holiday House has been providing quality costumes at affordable prices for High Schools, Colleges, Community Theatres, Operas and Professional stock companies. With over 50,000 quality costumes, our competent staff of theatrical professionals are anxious to serve your every need. Please, feel free to contact us for any question inquires or special needs for your next production.



Based on the novel by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables was originally conceived for the stage by Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil. The production reunited many of the creative artists from the Royal Shakespeare Company's adaptation of Charles Dickens' The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. An epic saga of social injustice, Les Misérables follows the life of Jean Valjean, imprisoned for nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread. After his release, Valjean is hounded relentlessly by the fanatic police inspector Javert for breaking his parole. In the end, Javert's obsession leads the two men to a confrontation in the sewers of Paris, a confronation from which only one of them will walk away. Les Misérables opened in London in 1985 at the RSC's Barbicon Theatre. A monumental success, the production was moved to New York two years later with the original Valjean, Colm Wilkinson, repeating his critically acclaimed performance. The New York production opened at the Broadway Theatre on March 12, 1987

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