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Last night's performance here in San Diego of Les Miserables was AWESOME. Nick Cartell's song "Bring Him Home" was so inspiring !! I've seen this show at least 7 times and the show continues to amaze me.
from San Diego, California
WOW - SCREAMED BY THE AUDIENCE
I've never been to a musical where an audience member screamed out WOW mid-show in response to a song performance. That is exactly what happened at the San Diego Les Miserables touring performance... and it was incredibly well deserved. Nick Cartell singing "Bring Him Home" was breathtaking. I grew up and lived in NY and have seen many Broadway shows... Les Miserables is one of my favorites and I have seen it a number of times. THIS performance was the best.
Rosalie Huntley from San Diego, California
BY FAR THE BEST PRODUCTION
Went with my daughter. Les Mis and probably our favorite. The best production in my opinion. Javier's suicide scene was unbelievable. Nick Cartell as Jean Valjean was amazing. I never cried at Bring Him Home until tonight. We didn't want it to end. Congratulations
We can't wait until you come back to San Diego.
Katherine Smith-Brooks from San Diego, California
MORE THAN EXCELLENT!!
This is my 4th Les Mis, and the best ever. Voices, music, orchestra, acting, scenery were all superb. I too wished to go again in the evening following the matinee! Just a wonderful and stunning experience. Thank you!!
Beth M. from San Jose, California
FANTASTIC! CAST, VOICES, DIVERSITY, STAGING!
My third time plus PBS Anniversary. DO NOT MISS this production! Amazing diverse cast - BRAVO! We’ve come a long way. (Smile) Voices and sound like I’ve never heard! Nick Cantrell brought me to tears, that voice! The harmony of the men, the entire cast! I could watch this production 100 times. Whew! My husband, not a musical fan, was overwhelmed. The sets were brilliant, huge part of making this perfection. Very different than the others I’ve seen yet as absolutely fantastical as I’d hoped and more. Please make a CD of this cast! Worth every penny of 6th row orchestra seats, behind the scenes, direction, lighting, the orchestra, the incredible cast, BRAVO! BRAVO!
In case you’re wondering, I liked it!
Roy Hoagland from Richmond, Virginia
GREAT PERFORMANCES, LOUSY ACOUSTICS
I have seen many a Broadway show and this was one among
equals. The directing was superb, the voices incredible, the sets
amazing, the pit orchestra excellent, he acting as good as it comes
... The acoustics were terrible. We had great seats (front row in the
mezzanine, or Grand Tier as they call it at the Altria theater) and
50% of the words were mush, especially the choral numbers. This
has happened before at the Altria. While the sound was amazing,
the language was indecipherable. I should have asked for a refund
as all four of us in attendance could not understand the sung
dialogue more often than not. But hats off to the performers and
the production company, especially the two leads. Their
performances were stunning.
Dawn from Richmond, Virginia
LES MIS IN THE DARK?
I saw the truly grand production of Les Miserables years ago so I am probably very spoiled. The biggest problem of this version when I saw it Oct. 23 was lighting. Everything was so dark you could not see the actors very well at all! I understand that this was done in a style which depended on lighting and darkness, but it was WAY too dark. I had trouble telling who was singing as there was not always a spot light on them. I had to search for the singer several times. The sound balance was off for whatever reason. The actors and their singing was truly superb, although I found Javert a trifle jolting in his timing. He also needs to slow down just a bit. Grand voice though.
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