"LES MISERABLES" EXTENDED THRU JAN. 18 AT MEDIA THEATRE

The barricades are bringing them in!

The Media Theatre's production of "Les Miserables" is so popular and critically acclaimed its run is being extended by one week. The show will now play through January 18 rather than its original closing date of January 11.

The extra week will not have a Wednesday matinee, but will have 7pm evening performances on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night as well as afternoon matinees on Saturday and Sunday.
John Smitherman as Valjean with James Zannelli as Javert in The Media Theatre's "Les Miserables" Now Thru Jan. 18
The cast has been widely acclaimed with rave reviews from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Broadway World, Delco News Network, Delaware County Daily Times, Theatre Sensation, and Ticket Magazine. The Inquirer said the show was "Spectacularly Sung" while Philadelphia's renowned theatre critic Neal Zoren called it a "Triumphant Production". Audiences have agreed, with consistent standing ovations and record ticket sales for The Media Theatre's holiday production.

Jesse Cline, who is also receiving acclaim, directed the show set during the backdrop of revolutionary France during which Jean Valjean is persistently pursued by inspector Javert. The men, who are eternally bonded by being adversaries, begin to question their very existence while deciphering what it is that defines them.

"Les Miserables" is the world's most popular musical, with more tickets sold around the globe than any other stage show. It's based on Victor Hugo's legendary novel. The iconic score includes songs such as "Do You Hear The People Sing?", "On My Own", and "I Dreamed A Dream".

For tickets, visit mediatheatre.org or call 610-891-0100.

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