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LES MISERABLES

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The barricades have once again gone up on Broadway. Are they worth dropping everything and joining this time? The answer is a resounding "Oui!" Bring your flag.

Mark Kennedy, Associated Press

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STAGE TUBE: Future Valjean? Adam Pascal Sings 'Bring Him Home'

Has Broadway found its newest prisoner 24601? Broadway veteran Adam Pascal (RENT, MEMPHIS) recently performed the iconic Jean Valjean solo, "Bring Him Home," for an event at Cobbs Mill Inn. Check out the heart-wrenching performance below!

Cameron Mackintosh presents a brand new production of Boublil & Schonberg's legendary musical, Les Miserables, with glorious new staging and dazzlingly reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo. This new production that has been acclaimed by critics, fans and new audiences and is breaking box office records around the country is now coming to Broadway. Les Miserables has returned to Broadway's Imperial Theatre in an acclaimed new production that has audiences leaping to their feet. Set against the backdrop of 19th-century France, LES MIZ is an unforgettable story of heartbreak, passion, and the resilience of the human spirit, that has become one of the most celebrated musicals in theatrical history. Featuring the timeless score and beloved songs "I Dreamed A Dream," "Bring Him Home," "One Day More," and "On My Own."

Adam Pascal received Obie and Theatre World awards and a Tony nomination for best actor for his performance as Roger in the original cast of Rent. On Broadway he also originated the role of Radames in the hit musical Aida and starred as the Emcee in the long-running revival of Cabaret. Off-Broadway he co-produced the hit play Fully Committed. His film credits include Rent, School of Rock, SLC Punk!, Temptation, and Goyband. Pascal recently guest-starred on the hit television series "Cold Case." His recordings include "Model Prisoner" (2000) and "Civilian" (2004).

Along with original Broadway Rent cast member Anthony Rapp (Mark Cohen), Pascal returned to Broadway to star as Roger in Rent from July 30 to October 7, 2007. In January 2009, he and Rapp reprised their originating (and film) roles as Roger and Mark in another Rent tour titled: 'Rent: The Broadway Tour', which played in many cities in the North America, as well as stops in Japan and South Korea.

Pascal reprised the role of Frederick Trumper, aka 'Freddie, The American' in the London concert version of Chess at the Royal Albert Hall on May 12â€"13, 2008. This performance was recorded; it has been televised, first on American and British television on June 17, 2009, and repeatedly in America on PBS stations as part of that network's "Great Performances" series; and has been released on DVD.

Pascal joined the Broadway cast of Memphis on October 25, 2011 as Huey Calhoun. He replaced original cast member Chad Kimball in the role. He remained in the 'Memphis' cast until the show's closure on August 5th, 2012.

Beginning April 8, 2013, Pascal starred as Billy Flynn in the long-running Broadway revival of Chicago. His last performance as Billy was June 16, 2013.

Article reprinted with permission from www.BroadwayWorld.com

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One word, Wow! Attended the matinee on March 19 and was overwhelmed by c... more

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