Les Miserables, 1987

“They really did figure out how to take a bunch of parts, move them around, and keep on moving through scene after scene,” says one of our readers about the original Broadway production of Les Misérables with that incredible turntable and “the barricade.” That was thanks to a Tony Award-winning scenic design by John Napier, emphasized by David Hersey’s lighting, also a Tony winner, about which another reader says, “Here’s one where the lighting was absolutely essential.” Costumes for the production were by Andreane Neofitou, and sound design was by Andrew Bruce and Autograph.

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