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Sound was bad.. I couldn't believe a professional, reputed theater could have this bad
sound. Especially in the beginning, it was like listing to low bitrate mp3 I pirated from the
internet. This contributed to making songs / especially group singing often unintelligible.
Especially singers with sharp voices like Eponine and Thenardiers were very hard to
As for actors... I was bit caught off guard when I saw a different person than Nick Cartell,
but Steve Czarnecki was an amazing Jean Valjean. I couldn't believe he is an understudy,
I almost thought it was a double cast. His singing, acting, emotions—everything was on
Javert, his voice and emotion was good, but his diction was a bit strange.
Female characters...I absolutely loved loved Cosette. Gorgeous clear voice, just as I
expected Cosette to have. Fantine(Mary Kate Moore) and Eponine(Paige Smallwood), on
the other hand, ruined the experience for me, as much as it hurts me to say. Singing
was not good at all
P. Dover from Denver, Colorado
ALMOST GREAT 8/5 - FINAL SHOW
All of the main characters were fantastic EXCEPT Javert and Epinine. Javert was in his
own key when he sang, but most of the time he was speak-singing. He was kind of
awful and made me dread the many scenes with him, by the way. He seemed to be
trying too hard to be bad guy. Eponine was played by an understudy for this show.
That has never been an issue for nay other show I've seen at DCPA. However,
Eponine's voice was so shrill it did not fit the texture of the rest of the cast. Her voice
kept "One Day More" from being an otherwise awesome, show-stopping
performance. Even Javert's poor singing was not enough to hurt this number.
Remove these two actors, and this was an amazing performance.
Elly Harper from Denver, Colorado
LES MIX DENVER
Okay, first of all, was about the 10th time seeing this play. We brought our two
grandsons to enjoy this spectacular musical. Too bad the lyrics were rushed and the
lighting was very poor. They knew the plot, etc, but couldn't understand a word,
especially in the first act. I would have the pacing of the lyrics more defined, the actors
facing the audience so we could at least see, if lighted enough, what they were trying to
sing. Emphasis of lyrics in many of the songs was misplaced and the spotlight words
were garbled. Cast was good, but they are only as good as directed. It hurts to write
this note, but that's the way I feel.
Lynne from Denver, Colorado
It was ok. We were in 7 th row.
Center. But it was too loud and you
really couldn’t understand lyrics. So
that made it distracting. Solos were
great since you could understand
them. The smoke smell was bad in
the second half We ate at the
limelight and it was absolutely
horrible. For 100 dollars it was a total
waste. All in all not a great
experience. We will try another play
this holiday season.
Andie Ptak from Seattle, Washington
POOR SOUND DESIGN SPOILED THE SHOW
To start, I last saw this show from G-center with the original Broadway cast, so this
production had a tough act to follow, but I knew that going in. As with many other
reviewers, I found this production to be marred by poor sound design—specifically for
numbers that were backed by full, loud orchestration. That meant that the large chorus
numbers and most of the men's numbers were nearly unintelligable. Thankfully, the
wonderful solo ballads by the highly skilled performers accompanied by softer
orchestration were wonderful. Eponine's "On My On" and Fontine's "I Dreamed a
Dream" were, of course, particular stand-outs, as was "Bring Him Home." It's a shame
that so much of the show was so hard to hear. I highly recommend that anyone who
has tickets listen to the cast album in its entirity BEFORE you go. I wish I had pulled my
vintage vinyl out of the stacks and done so.
D. Bissonnette from Madison, Wisconsin
GREAT VOICES ...LIGHTING, TOO DARK!
This was my third time seeing Les Mis. I know that nothing will ever compare with
the first time in Chicago in the late 80's. I cannot fault the singing. the voices were
terrific but if I had not already known the story, I would not have gleaned it from the
words and actions I observed. The stage was very dark without good spotlighting of
those who were singing or where the action was actually taking place. The songs
seemed rushed and the words frequently garbled. And where was Gavroche's "little
We ate at the downtown Eno Vino. It was great!
Loyal Proctors Patron from Valley Falls, New York
IT WAS OKAY BUT NOT AS GOOD AS I EXPECTED
I saw Les Miserables Saturday night at Proctors in Schenectady NY. It
was good but disappointing. I had seen it a few years ago at Proctors
and it was fantastic. This time around it was only okay. The music
seemed off tempo. Some of the actors were lackluster. I agree with
another reviewer who said they had a hard time understanding the
songs even though I’ve listened to them many times. It just felt that the
whole performance was off. Sad because it is one of my favorite
shows. I won’t see again if this is the kind of performance it will be.
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