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Celebrate 30 Years of Les Miserables with the Ultimate ABCs of Performances & Stars

October 8th, 2015 by

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Celebrate 30 Years of Les Miserables with the Ultimate ABCs…

The original West End production of Les Miserables

turns 30 on October 8, 2015, and we are celebrating with the ultimate ABCs of this Tony-winning musical.

A—Alfie Boe (Current Broadway Jean Valjean)

B—Michael Ball (Original West End Marius)

C—Colm Wilkinson (The man, the myth, the legend)

D—Dawson's Creek moment Joey Potter was the Eponine to Dawson’s Marius

E—Eddie Redmayne GIF (Movie Marius)

Eddie Redmayne- Les Miz- Marius- GIF

F—Frances Ruffelle (Original West End & Bway Eponine)

G—Jenny Galloway’s pitch-perfect Madame Thenardier (Les Miz 10)

H—Hugh Jackman & Anne Hathaway (Movie Jean Valjean & Fantine)

I—Instagrams Current Marius, Chris McCarrell, took backstage

Chris McCarrell- Les Miserables- Marius- Instagram

J—Judy Kuhn (Original Broadway Cosette, later a Broadway Fantine)

K—Ramin Karimloo (Former Marius/Enjolras turned Tony-nominated headliner of the B’way revival)

L—Patti LuPone (Original West End Fantine)

M— 20 Questions in 2 minutes with current B’way Fantine, Montego Glover

N—Norm Lewis (Javert on Broadway and in the 25th Anniversary)

O—“On My Own” belting mashup

P—Adam Pascal’s “Bring Him Home”

Q— Philip Quast’s Legendary “Javert’s Suicide” (Original Australian Javert)

R— Ruthie Henshall ALL DAY LONG (Les Miz 10)

S—Lea Salonga (Eponine and Fantine)

T—Aaron Tveit schooling us all on the proper pronunciation of Enjolras

U—Historical understudy Kyle Jean-Baptiste at #Ham4Ham

V—Valjeans (17 of them) perform “Do You Hear the People Sing”

W—Anthony Warlow (Original Australian Enjolras, later Javert)

X—Susan Boyle not getting X-ed out singing “I Dreamed a Dream”…yeah that’s X

Y—Young Lea Michele Singing Young Cosette’s “Castle on a Cloud”

Z—Zach Braff & Lauren Molina singing “Little Fall of Rain”

See the Broadway production of Les Miserables at the Imperial Theatre.