Les Misérables Revival Welcomes Thousands of NYC Public School Students Today

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Broadway's Imperial Theatre—current home of the revival of Les Misérables —will be visited by thousands of New York City public school students June 2 for Inside Broadway's Creating the Magic program.

Featuring the cast and production crew of Les Misérables, the 80-minute program will be offered at 10:45 AM and 1:15 PM.

Over 3,000 New York City public school students will get a “behind-the-scenes look at the inner world of Broadway and learn about career opportunities in the theater,” according to press notes. “From exciting set, lighting and sound demonstrations, musical performances from the cast and a Q&A session, attendees will have a special behind-the-scenes look at a Broadway show featuring members of the Les Misérables cast and production crew.”

“We are thrilled to offer a special behind-the-scenes look at the incredible musical Les Misérables to the students in our program. This show represents everything that makes our city and Broadway great,” stated Inside Broadway executive director Michael Presser in an earlier statement.

Inside Broadway aims to educate and foster new generations of theatregoers. For more information visit InsideBroadway.org.

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