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Les Miserables

50 Years of Broadway On Stage in Hanford

IN THE September 11 ISSUE

FROM THE 2013 Articles,
andLorie Lewis Ham

by Lorie Lewis Ham

If you enjoy musical theatre then you don’t want to miss the Kings Players production of 50 Years of Broadway, currently on stage at the Temple Theatre in Hanford. This show was put together in honor of the Kings Players 50th year of producing plays.


by Lorie Lewis Ham

There have been three different productions of Les Miserables here in the Valley this summer and the third and final one, presented by the Reedley River City Theatre Co., opened this past weekend.


by Lorie Lewis Ham

Les Miserables opened Friday night at the Reedley Opera House and runs until the beginning of August. We wanted to share with you a great promo video that was made for the show–below the video is all the basic info you need! Hope you go out and support local theatre and enjoy this fun show. Watch for a review here at KRL on Wednesday!

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by Lorie Lewis Ham

As KRL celebrate’s their third anniversary, we thought it appropriate to touch base with what’s happening at Reedley’s River City Theatre Company since our very first issue had a story about them and we have continued to cover their shows the past three years. So we sat down to chat with Mark Norwood, RCTC’s artistic director, about two shows they have coming up this summer-Legends Too! which opens May 31, and Les Miserables opening July 12.


by Ryne Prehiem

Since Tom Hooper’s production of Les Miserables just hit the movie theaters recently, I thought it would be a good time to review the Original Broadway Cast Recording of the musical and compare it to the new cast in the movie.

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Les Miserables: Movie Review

IN THE December 31 ISSUE

FROM THE 2012 Articles,
andTerrance V. Mc Arthur

by Terrance Mc Arthur

I just saw the Tom Hooper (The King’s Speech) directed film of the musical, and I cried in the emotional parts, grabbed on to the nearest hand at some shocking moments (Sorry, lady, whoever you are), and this movie is battering away at the brain cells of my memory, carving its way into permanent residence.

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