Les Miserables at Thelma Gaylord PAC

Les Miserables at Thelma Gaylord PACFeel the captivating story of love, redemption, justice, and injustice as the Broadway classic Les Miserables opens its curtains in Oklahoma City on January 16 to 21 at Thelma Gaylord PAC, Oklahoma. Let the story project you on the streets of 19th-century France as Jean Valjean (Nick Cartell) seeks his redemption and finds a better future in his life. The Victor Hugo masterpiece will be given justice as the new production is led by Cameron Mackintosh, directors James Powell and Laurence Connor, music by Claude-Michel Schönberg, french lyrics by Alain Boublil, lyrics by Herbert Kretzmer and equipped with the most talented ensemble will be all present in this classical masterclass as the life of prisoner 24601 will be brought back to the stages of performance. Catch the Tony award-winning masterpiece live as the story of love, sacrifice, and justice of Jean Valjean gets you through your feelings. Get your tickets now! 

Les Miserables Tickets

“Les Mis for the 21st century!” – Huffington Post

“A reborn dream of production” – Daily Telegraph

Les Miserables tickets

Let the journey begin again as the musical masterpiece finds its way to the curtains again, with Les Miserables returning to the North American stages this 2024 at Thelma Gaylord PAC, Oklahoma. Catch the story of love and tragedy as Les Miserables books 6 shows between January 16 and 21 to give a fresh rendition of the top-rated musical classic that has been successfully performed all over the world through the years. 

The 2-hour 30-minute musical with 20-minute intervals will be the time you have to witness the glamorous and heartfelt Victor Hugo masterpiece brought to life by the great Cameron Mackintosh. From the streets of 19th century France to the behind the curtains of the musical stages, an award-winning anthology and storytelling that features the greatest musical hits, including I Dreamed a Dream, One Day More, and Do You Hear People Sing will be on display as the renowned theater artists and creative casts joined hands for this amazing show up for grabs.

“One of the greatest musicals ever created” – Chicago Tribune

“Dazzling staging and megawatt performances” – The Times

The story revolves around the life of prisoner 24601 Jean Valjean in 19th-century France and his mishaps in the times of the post-revolutionary era. It happens after Jean Valjean’s release from prison for stealing bread nineteen years earlier than the current time. When the times are going the opposite way, light is shed as Bishop Myriel helps Jean Valjean stand his ground to become a better man, which he eventually succeeds in. If it’s going smoothly, there’s gonna be a drastic gloom as Jean Valjean crosses paths with the people that will change the way his life will go: the loving mother Fantine, the revolutionary Marius, and the main antagonist, Inspector Javert. The blend of tragedy and redemption, with the resonance of love and forgiveness, embodies this whole creation as the characters untangle their stories through the musical show that made it one of the most classic and best shows in the history of the theater. 

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Les Miserables Cast

This Les Miserables US tour will have its stop in Oklahoma City for a 6-day run-through of the best musical show in the world. With its spectacular casting and interesting characters, the show will be full of inspiration and satisfaction as world-renowned theater actors and actresses will share the theater stage for a grand display of this masterpiece. The following is the cast of Les Miserables that will be performed in the Thelma Gaylord PAC:

  • Nick Cartell as Jean Valjean
  • Preston Truman Boyd as Javert
  • Haley Dortch as Fantine
  • Matt Crowle as Thenardier
  • Victoria Huston-Elem as Madame Thenardier
  • Devin Archer as Enjolras 
  • Phoenix Best as Eponine
  • Jake David Smith as Marius
  • Delaney Guyer as Cosette
  • Sky Vaux Fuller as Little Cosette/Young Eponine
  • Olivia Grace O’Sullivan as Little Cosette/Young Eponine
  • Henry Kirk as Gavroche
  • Milo Maharlika as Gavroche
  • Kyle Adams as Grantaire
  • John Ambrosino as Bamatabois/Babet
  • Daniel Gerard Bittner as Feuilly
  • Randy Jetter as Bishop of Digne/Lesgles
  • Kyle Adams as Grantaire
  • Steve Czarnecki as Factory Foreman/Brujon
  • Kelsey Denae as Wigmaker
  • David Young Fernandez as Prouvaire
  • Cameron Loyal as Claquesous
  • Andre Marks Maughan and Tim Quartier as Combeferre
  • Julai Ellen Richardson as Factory Girl
  • Ethan Rogers as Courfeyrac
  • Christopher James Tamayo as Montparnasse
  • J.T. Wood as Joly

With the support of the great ensemble team consisting of Jenna Burns, Julia Cardia, Adrianne Dicerbo, Genevieve Ellis, Mya Rena Hunter, Eden Mau, Greta Schaefer, and Veronica Stern. Also, the cast includes Kyle Timson (also the dance captain), Ben Charington, Michelle Beth Herman, Nicole Morris, Ashley Dawn Morteinstein, Matt Rosell, and Christopher Robin Sapp that plays as the swings.

Les Miserables Production Crew

The show will not be a classic without the people working behind the scenes. The creative and production cast of the musical play that serves as the mind and soul of the show are the following:

  • Cameron Mackintosh as Producer
  • Alain Boublil as the Concept, Book & Original French Lyricist
  • Claude-Michel Schönberg for Book & Music
  • Herbert Kretzmer as Lyricist
  • James Powell and Laurence Connor as Director
  • Matt Kinley as Set & Image Designer
  • Paul Constable as Lighting Designer
  • Mick Potter as Sound Designer
  • Adreane Neofitou as Original Costume Designer
  • Christine Rowland and Paul Willis as Costume Designer
  • Geoffrey Garratt for Musical Staging
  • Michael Ashcroft for Additional Musical Staging
  • 59 Productions and Finn Ross for Projection Realization
  • Stephen Brooker as Musical Supervisor & Orchestrations
  • John Cameron, Stephen Metcalfe, and Christopher Jahnke for Orchestrations
  • Trevor Nunn and John Caird for Adaptation
  • Jean-Marc Natel for Original French Text
  • James Fenton for Additional Material
  • David Harris and Christine Peters as Associate Set Designer 
  • Nic Gray as Associate Sound Designer
  • Simon Harding as Associate Projection Designer
  • Ben Jacobs and Karen Spahn as Associate Lighting Designer
  • Stefan Musch as Wigs, Hair & Make-up Designer
  • John Miller as Musical Coordinator
  • Leigh Zimmerman as Intimacy Director
  • Felicia Rudolp, Merri Sugarman, and Tara Run Casting for Casting
  • Bond Theatrical Group for Exclusive Tour Booking, Press, & Marketing
  • Gregory Vander Ploeg for General Management
  • Corey Agnew as Associate Director
  • James Moore as Musical Supervisor
  • Jesse Robb as Musical Staging Associate
  • Richard Barth as Resident Director
  • Brian Eads as Musical Director
  • Seth Sklar-Heyn, Trinity Wheeler and Networks Presentations as Executive Producer
  • Chris Danner as Company Manager
  • Elle Aghabala as Associate Company Manager
  • Ryan W. Garder as Production Stage Manager
  • Claire Farrokh as Stage Manager
  • Hollis Duggans-Queens as Assistant Stage Manager

“My job is to make sure that every production, wherever it is in the world, is to make it seem like nobody has ever seen it before,” Les Miserables producer Cameron Mackintosh said.

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From the pens of Victor Hugo in 1862 to the stages and films, Les Miserables became an important piece in modern history as it depicts the struggles and hunger of the people for social justice. As it was adapted to movies and television series, it became more popular and inspiring to the audience and also the readers, and it sparked more adaptations in different productions, including musicals. In 1980, Les Miserables: The Musical premiered in Paris, and its first English language version was released in 1985 in the West End. Les Miserables bagged several awards, including the prestigious Tony and Grammy Awards, winning awards including Best Musical, Best Book, Best Original Score, and Best Musical Cast Show Album in 1987. Seen by over 130 million fans and performed in 53 countries and 22 languages, Les Miserables is definitely up there as the best musical ever made.

“A Les Miserables whose intimacy is front-row center” – The Wall Street Journal

“Revitalized the fervor beyond audiences” – Daily Bruin

Thelma Gaylord PAC will be the home of Les Miserables from January 16 to 21. Don’t miss the roller coaster ride of emotions and actions as we dive into the life of Jean Valjean once again in live stages. Book your tickets now! 

“A cultural phenomenon!” – LA Dance Chronicle