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BWW TV: LES MISERABLES Gets Modernized at Dallas Theater Center!


Dallas Theater Center is filling the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre stage with the glorious music of the most popular musical of all time in a modern new production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg's LES MISERABLES. Audiences will be swept away by the epic sounds of LES MISERABLES, directed by Liesl Tommy, which runs through August 17 at the Wyly Theatre. BroadwayWorld brings you highlights below!

Critically acclaimed actor Nehal Joshi, who starred as Captain Walker in DTC's 2009 production of The Who's Tommy, returns to the DTC stage as Jean Valjean; Justin Keyes, whom audiences will remember from Give It Up!, returns as Marius; and making their DTC debuts are Allison Blackwell as Fantine; Edward Watts as Javert; John Campione as Enjorlas; Dorcas Leung as Cossette; Elizabeth Judd as Eponine; and Christia Mantzke as Madame Thenardier. The cast includes Brierley Resident Acting Company members Daniel Duque-Estrada; Hassan El-Aminas the Bishop; Alex Organ; Christie Vela; and Steven Michael Walters as Thenardier. Additional members of the cast are Kyle Anderson; Feleceia Benton; Jonathan Bragg; Christopher Deaton; Lillian De Leon; Traci Lee; Laura Lites; Morgan Mason; Brandon Nase and Seth Womack. Mark Hancock and Spencer Sloan appear as Gavroche; Jemma Kosane and Lama Salinas as Little Cossette; and Abby Chapman and Libby Roy as Young Eponine.

LES MISERABLES is choreographed by Christopher Windom, who has appeared on Broadway in Fosse and Damn Yankees, and music direction is by Sinai Tabek. Other members of the creative team are scenic designer John Coyne (DTC's Henry IV); costume designer Jacob Climer; lighting designer Colin Bills and Sound Designer Ray Nardelli.

Tickets for LES MISERABLES are on sale now. Ticket prices start at $15 and are available online at or by phone at (214) 880-0202.

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