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Kyle Jean-Baptiste, 21, is the youngest and the first black actor to step into the iconic role of Jean Valjean in the Broadway production of "Les Miserables."
Broadway newcomer Kyle Jean-Baptiste diversifies leading role in iconic play.
of the last So when my assistant and close friend Katie Lawson  of course,  her favorite Broadway Show.  she agreed to join
No question mark here but just a great big exclamation point to the North Shore Music Theater, for continuing to provide theater goers with exemplary and top drawer entertainment, year round.
Even before I got to Schubert Alley, a tad late of course, the sounds were rocking Broadway. Audiences were treated to a
Anyone in the ensemble of The Cripple of Inishmaan, especially Ingrid Craigie and Gillian Hanna When this rule first came
Attention must be paid in particular to Matt Bailey, not only for his singing in Les Miz, but also for his virtuoso performance
The epic musical Les Miserables, now portrayed on the big screen, contains elements so rarely seen today and yet so sorely needed.
Tom Hooper's film of the musical Les Miserables is an exceptional movie of a mediocre musical, the kind of middlebrow melodrama that passes for profound on Broadway.
Did director Tom Hooper successfully adapt Les Misérables? Can Victor Hugo's marvelous tome (finally) carry over to the big screen? Other directors had relatively unsuccessfully tried before him, so has Hooper found the magic sauce -- the crème fraîche, if you will -- to make the perfect movie meal?
Now that Les Miserables and Zero Dark Thirty have finally been seen by Oscar pundits, Les Miserables has resumed its lead in the Best Picture race by a comfortable margin (9 to 2 odds).
The Broadway theater community isn't likely to endorse a U.S. presidential candidate in any official capacity, but this spirited
2008-09-14-misbarack.jpg The latest political viral video sensation is an uplifting and ambitious musical number that's inspiring Obama supporters and bringing out the worst in McCain fans.