“Les Miserables” comes to RHS

Would you like to see the second-longest running Broadway show in history right  here in Rockford? Rockford High School is presenting the smash hit musical, “Les Miserables,” for two weekends on March 18, 19, 20 and 25, 26, and 27 at 7 p.m. in the Rockford Fine Arts Auditorium.

This extremely popular masterpiece of musical theater is based on the novel by  Victor Hugo.  The story follows Jean Valjean’s life journey and ultimate  transformation from a convict in 1815 France to a man of great humanity and  compassion.

The talented cast, under the direction of RHS choir director Dave  Duiven, along with the crew and parents, are working feverishly to arrive at a  production that will more than do justice to the high caliber of the classic  story and characters of Victor Hugo, and the music of Alain Boublil and  Claude-Michel Schonberg.  This will undoubtedly be one of the best musicals in  Rockford’s history. 

Ticket sales will begin February 15, and will be available  at the RHS box office weekdays from 10 a.m. to 12:30, or by calling the box office at (616) 863-6031, ext. 7087.  All seats for all shows are reserved, and are an  exceptional value at only $10.  You will not want to miss this extraordinary  show, so mark your calendars now.

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