You can see the Tony Award-winning story of 19th-century France from your 21st century seat in the Robinson Performance Hall.

A news release for the touring production of Les Miserables describes the musical as “an enthralling story of broken dreams and unrequited love, passion, sacrifice and redemption – a timeless testament to the survival of the human spirit.”

Follow protagonist Jean Valjean as he leaves prison, reinvents himself as a businessman and, eventually, an adoptive father. The story of a father and daughter soon turns into the story of a rebellion, as Valjean’s daughter Cosette falls in love with a young revolutionary in Paris.

Tickets for the Celebrity Attractions performance of Les Miserables went on sale Monday morning. The show will be in Little Rock from Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, 2017. To buy tickets to one of the eight performances, visit ticketmaster.com, call 501-244-8800 or visit the Robinson Performance Hall box office. Tickets start at $26. Matinee and evening shows are available.


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