Arcadia Stage is proud to present Les Misérables at the Arcadia Performing Arts Center on March 14, 15 and 16. Based on the book by Victor Hugo, Les Misérables is a Tony Award winning musical set in early 19th century France and tells the story of Jean Valjean and his desire for redemption after serving 19 years in jail. Despite his desire to start his life anew, Valjean is relentlessly hunted by a police inspector named Javert. Ten years later, Valjean finds himself an adoptive father to the beautiful Cosette, who falls in love with Marius, an idealistic revolutionary who plots with his fellow students to overthrow the government at a street barricade. Javert is still hunting Valjean and so Valjean must keep his true identity a secret from everyone, including his daughter Cosette as she prays for Marius’ safe return from the dangers of the barricade. This tragically beautiful story is sure to inspire and delight audiences of all ages. Le Misérables is a beloved classic and a timeless tale of love, courage, redemption, and forgiveness.
Director Steven Volpe, Musical Director Stephen Pu, and Choreographer Jean Michelle Sayeg lead the talented cast of Arcadia High School students featuring Brady Stubbs as Jean Valjean, Joseph Ganley as Javert, Dominique Stellern as Cosette, and Derrik Griggs as Marius.
Arcadia Stage is the theatre company of the award winning Arcadia High School Drama Department and is devoted to providing productions with educational and entertainment value for both its students and audiences. Arcadia Stage is committed to excellence both on the stage and behind the scenes. Theatre at Arcadia High School is not just a place to “put on a play”, but rather a community of artists working together to gain the skills needed to communicate effectively and work as a team. Students working with Arcadia Stage are taught to understand the importance of confidence, self-respect, and how to support one another. Arcadia Stage strives to inspire each student to embrace their individuality and to be the best artist, student, and citizen they are capable of being. Arcadia Stage is a member of the International Thespian Society and has been recognized by the Jerry Herman Awards at the Pantages Theatre along with multiple awards at the Drama Teacher’s Association of Southern California theatre competitions.
Les Misérables performances will take place on Thursday, March 14 at 7 p.m., Friday, March 15 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, March 16 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. The Arcadia Performing Arts Center is located at 188 Campus Drive.
To call the box office, contact (626) 821-1781. Tickets are available here.
Ticket prices range from $10 for students to $30 for VIP admission.