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U sets Christmas opening for 'Les Miserables': Studio moves date after WB delays 'Great Gatsby,' Fox bumps up 'Pi'VarietyEXCLUSIVE: With "The Great Gatsby" and "The Life of Pi" both moving out of the Christmas day slot, Universal has decided to take advantage of the opening by moving "Les Miserables" to the Dec. 25 slot. The pic had previously been scheduled to bow on Dec....
When nominations for the 61st annual Tony Awards are announced on Tuesday, there won't be as many glittery Hollywood names on the list as in seasons past. The close-knit theater community's frostiness last year toward Oscar winners Julia Roberts and...
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With protesters from Wisconsin to Libya raising heated voices and issues, it seems like a particularly apt time for the hit musical "Les Miserables" to be back on the scene. The revolutionary fervor that sparks so much of the plot seems more powerful ...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDefending the barricades isn't an official Olympic sport. Still, audiences who opted for "Les Misérables" at the Hollywood Bowl over the Beijing Games telecast this weekend managed to witness plenty of athletic activity, mostly in the form of strenuous...
Tribune theater criticGood old "Les Miserables." I wouldn't have said that the third or fourth time, but somehow, on this, my seventh: Good old "Les Miserables." Lesser shows come and go, many of them whose pop-operetta existence can be blamed, squarely, on "Les Miz." But...
Tribune chief criticThe tremendous challenge of producing the epic "Miss Saigon" in an 882-seat suburban theater has been met by Marriott Theater in Lincolnshire with a resounding triumph. There is no helicopter, as there was in the massive Broadway production, although...
The early reviews were not encouraging. The music theater adaptation of "Les Miserables," as one memorable headline sneered, put "Victor Hugo on the garbage dump." Some dump. Six years after its premiere in London, four years after its Broadway edition...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe following is a list of theatrical productions: ANNIE RUSSELL THEATRE The theater is on the campus of Rollins College, 1000 Holt Ave., Winter Park. Season tickets are $50 and $60 for general audiences and $47 and $57 for seniors. Second-stage shows...
Special to The TimesNEW YORK — Richard Maltby Jr. is temporarily flummoxed — an unusual state for a protean workhorse whose simple, elegant wordplay has graced such Broadway musicals as "Baby," "Big" and "Miss Saigon" and whose direction has won Tony Awards for...
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