Les Miserables is the third longest-running show in Broadway history and will, on October 9, 2006, pass the 21 year old record of Cats in London to become the longest-running musical ever on the West End or Broadway with 8,372 performances; a run nearly three years longer than Broadway’s record-holder The Phantom of the Opera. Les Miserables has been seen by over 53 million people in 38 countries and 21 languages since its first London performance in October 1985. The original Broadway production opened on March 12, 1987, at the Broadway Theatre, winning seven Tony Awards that season, including Best Musical. The show went on to play a total of 6,680 performances.
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The official site for the world-famous musical, with pictures, RealAudio/Video clips, and information on the worldwide productions.
L'Aigle de Meaux
Focuses on the character of Bossuet, and features various activities (Les Miz lightbulb jokes?).
Le Cafe Musain
Fansite including profiles of the various revolutionary characters, fan fiction, essays, reviews, and photos.
Discussion forum on Musicals.net, covering a wide variety of topics related to Les Miserables.
Les Miserables at Times Square
Facts, synopsis, lyrics, and multimedia. Features a "Les Miserables Scrapbook" with 700+ images sorted by character and performer.
Les Miserables Ends Broadway Performance
Excerpts from two May, 2003 Playbill articles.
Les Miserables Fan Fiction Index
Directory and archive of fan fiction; also features polls, interviews, and articles.
Les Miserables...and Other Things
A page for fans of musical theatre, especially fans of Les Miserables. Featuring clips and pictures from many world famous shows and information on some of the world's best performers.
Brief history of the musical by Claude-Michel Schonberg and Herbert Kretzmer, plus links to cast albums and sheet music.
Les Misérables - La barricade de l'Allemagne
Unofficial fansite about the German production, in English and German. Also includes information about various movies.
Les Misérables Fan Fiction Ring
Directory of sites devoted to fan fiction based upon the musical.
Madame La Baronne Pontmercy's Les Miserables Site
Contains fan fiction, artwork, reviews, and a synopsis of the story composed by the webmistress.
Mara's Miserable Miz Page
Les Miserables and Javert pictures, humor, links.
Mme Bahorel's Little Corner of the Web
Fan site features fiction, detailed reviews, and translation of the original French libretto.
One Day More!
A tribute to Les Miserables -- fan fiction, images, sounds, and the "Feature of the Month."
Rue de Mondetour
Features a large fanart gallery, parodies, a page about "modern Mizzies", and last but not least, "got miz?".
StageAgent.com: Les Miserables
Synopsis and character descriptions for the musical by Alain Boubil and Claude Michel Schonberg, including voice part, dancing difficulty, and character summaries.
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