Book: Alain Boublil and Jean-Marc Natel. Based on the novel by Victor Hug.
English language libretto: Herbert Kretzmer.
Cast: Doug Webster, James Zanelli, Christopher Behmke, Jenny Hintze, Karenessa LaGear, Terey Summers, Michael Sample, Joseph Cannon, Caleb Reese, Brian Sweis, Matravius Avent, Rochelle Barton, Zack Bender, Elizabeth Brownlee, Nic Bryon, Emilie Doering, Bjorn Eriksson, Katie Frederick, Ashley Fredricksen, Aydin Golabi, Cullen Law, Bethany Lorentzen, Ashley Dutson, Scott Schmelder. Boston Scott, Evan Tyler Wilson, Emme Maravich, Morgan Karam, Nick Pauley and Austin Porter.
Comments: In 2009, Phoenix Theater produced a Les Miserables that changed the way many people thought about that megamusical. The show was famous for spectacle, including massive moving barricades during the revolt scenes. The PT production retained a sense of grandeur while simplifying the settings. Lighting played a more important role than canvas and wood in creating the mood. That production proved to be immensely popular, so, in 2014, the company brought a revival to the boards. The new show was true to the original in concept and boasted a cast that was, if anything, stronger. It, too, was a huge hit.