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LES MISERABLES

May 29 - June 3, 2018


***ROAD CLOSURE ALERT for Sunday, June 3rd matinee***

Thank you for purchasing a ticket to see Les Miserables.  We wanted to let you know that the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon will be on the day of your performance. There will be multiple road and freeway closures that will heavily impact traffic and access to downtown.

Please plan to arrive 1-2 hours prior to your performance, as there are no refunds or exchanges.

With the race finishing down the 163, across B Street, up 5th Avenue, then across Ash Street, ending at Union, a lot of routes to the Civic Theatre will be blocked.

Some route recommendations from race organizers:

  • If coming from North of the theatre, use Harbor/Pacific Highway.
  • If coming from East of the theatre, use the 94 and come through East Village.

For the most up-to-date road closures and alternate route maps, visit the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon website.

 

Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s Tony Award®-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISÉRABLES, is headed back to San Diego direct from its acclaimed Broadway return. The epic and uplifting story features such beloved songs as “I Dreamed A Dream,” “On My Own,” “Stars,” “Bring Him Home,” and “One Day More.” Cameron Mackintosh’s breathtaking new production has left both audiences and critics awestruck by its new staging and re-imagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo. Come see one of the most celebrated shows in the history of musical theatre –LES MISÉRABLES.

Rating: Recommended for audiences 13+.

Warning: This performance contains blank firing guns, open flame, and theatrical haze.

Please Note:  NO LATE SEATING. You must be seated when the show begins or you will not be allowed into the auditorium until an appropriate break in the performance (Approx. 14 minutes into the First Act).

* * * SPECIAL EVENTS & SERVICES * * *

ACTOR CHAT-BACK – Wednesday, May 30th
immediately following the performance in Orchestra level.
Open to all ticket-holders for that performance.

FRIDAY NIGHT INSIDER – Friday, June 1st – 7:00p
begins at 7:00p on Mezzanine level.
Open to all ticket-holders for this performance.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE (ASL) SERVICE
Saturday, June 2nd – 2:00p

Call 570-1100 for details.  Seating Limited in this area!

OPEN CAPTION SERVICE – June 3rd– 1:00p
Call 570-1100 for details.  Seating Limited in this area!



Run Time:

Approx 2 hours, 55 minutes (including intermission).

Children:

Recommended to Ages 13 & Up. All Ages must have own ticket.

Pricing (includes a $2.50 Facility Restoration Fee):

TBA

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