The National Theatre Melbourne
20 Carlisle St, St Kilda
|Fri May 12 **||7:30pm||Selling Fast||Buy|
|Sat May 13 **||7:30pm||Selling Fast||Buy|
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** Complimentary Supper included following the performance on May 12 & 13
|Concession & Groups*|||||$53|
|Child (16 and under)|||||$40|
* Group: 15 Tickets or more (excluding children)
*Concession: Age Pensions, Seniors Cards and Students
**A mailout fee of $2 per order delivered via Australia Post. No Other Fees Apply
|Mark Doran|||||Jean Val Jean|
|Melanie Ott|||||Madame Thénardier|
|Ben Jason-Easton|||||Gavroche (alternating)|
|Lachlan Young|||||Gavroche (alternating)|
|Ava Rose Houben-Carter|||||Little Cosette / Little Éponine (alternating)|
|Charlotte Barnard|||||Little Cosette / Little Éponine (alternating)|
|Ian Andrew, James Ash, Ric Birkett (Bishop), Carolyn Bruce, Emily Crawford, Owen Clarke, Brent Dillon, Nicole Free, Lauren Holcombe, Michelle Hunt, Rachel Juhasz, Dion Kaliviotis, Jason Marrow, Lauren Mc Cormack, Todd Morgan, Elise Naismith, Amelia Ropé, Tim Ryan, Blair Salmon, Jon Sebastian, Allie Sutherland, Rachael Whitelaw, Robbie Wilton, Geordie Worland|
|Musical Director|||||Andy McCalman|
|Choreographed Movement|||||Wendy Belli|
|Costume Designer|||||Victoria Horne|
|Set Designer|||||Brenton Staples|
|Lighting Designer|||||Brad Alcock (BAAC Light)|
|Sound Designer|||||Marcello Lo Ricco (LSS Productions)|
|Make-Up and Wig Designer|||||David Wisken|
Les Misérables is now the longest running musical in the world and, in October 2010, celebrated its 25th anniversary with a theatrical first – three different productions of the same musical staged at the same time in one city – the star-studded concerts at The O2, the acclaimed new 25th Anniversary Production (which completed its sell-out UK Tour at London’s Barbican Theatre) and the original production, which continues its record breaking run at the Queen’s Theatre, London.
The 25th Anniversary Production has been a huge hit all over again, breaking box office records across North America, Spain, Canada, South America, South Africa, Korea, Japan and China. 32,000 people attended the sell-out O2 Concerts, which were also relayed to cinemas worldwide and subsequently released on DVD and Blu-ray.
In Australia, Les Misérables has enjoyed great success with multiple revival productions, the most recent starring Simon Gleeson and Hayden Tee (both now performing on the West End) toured Australia for over 2 years and has since moved on to sell out seasons in it’s Asian tour.
CLOC’s first production of Les Misérables in October 1993 was one of the first non-professional productions in Australasia. Directed then as it will be now by Chris Bradtke the 1993 production set new standards in production and quality. In 2017 we will see a Les Misérables for today, incorporating the new standards in technical achievement and visual effects today’s audiences have come to expect.
Join us, as we return to the barricade once more.