(Caution: A spoiler or two below:)
It’s not often that the people around you in a movie theater applaud at the end of the show.
It’s even less often that the people around you in a movie theater find themselves applauding at the end of a musical number. And you’re among them. Again and again and again. I mean, the actors and musicians on the screen are not there to hear you. But somehow it feels right all the same.
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Tagged Alfie Boe, Jean Valjean, Jenny Galloway, Katie Hall, Lea Salonga, Les Misérables, Matt Lucas, Nick Jonas, norm lewis, Ramin Karimloo, Samantha Barks
I’m sure I’m not the only one looking forward to seeing yet another version of Les Misérables — this time a film of the London cast’s 25th-anniversary concert, featuring Eatonville’s own Norm Lewis (left) as Javert and Lea Salonga (the original Kim in Miss Saigon) as Fantine.
The three-hour film will be shown nationwide Wednesday night — in
Central Florida, at the AMC Altamonte Mall 18, Cinemark Orlando Festival Bay, Waterford Stadium 20, Pointe Orlando, AMC Pleasure Island 24, Cobb Grand 10 Cinemas in Winter Haven, Merritt Square 16 in Merritt Island, Hollywood in Port Orange, Oceanwalk Movies 10 in Daytona Beach and Lakeside Cinemas 10 in Lakeland.