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I've never seen that large, hardcover German production book before. Is it like a German version of Les Miserables: History In the Making? Looks neat!

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Some more pics from the 3NT-days. I wish I could find my London-pics.
And I also wish that I could remember the names, so feel free to help me with those I can´t remember.

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Toronto-run. The Well. Colm Wilkinson and Maggie Martinsen.
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The bargain. J.P Dougherty, Sharron Matthews , Maggie Martinsen
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Cosette, One Day More. Regan Thiel.
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Who am I. Is this Randal Keith?
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Castle on a cloud. Maggie Martinsen.
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Master of the house. Aymee Garcia as Madame Thernadier?
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The bargain. J.P Dougherty, Aymee Garcia? and Maggie Martinsen
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Gavroche in Look Down. Can´t remember his name.
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Marius and Eponine in Look Down. Diana Kaarina and ?
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On my own. Diana Kaarina as Eponine.
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Fantine.
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Valjean and Fantine.

And, just for fun....
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Stephen Bishop and his daughter.


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Quique wrote:
I've never seen that large, hardcover German production book before. Is it like a German version of Les Miserables: History In the Making? Looks neat!


No it isn't. It's a enlarged version of the Vienna brochure so to speak. They both share about the same texts, only the book has the translated review of "Les Misérables" by Charles Baudelaire, excerpts from the German libretto plus alot more photos(basically the whole play). Funny thing is, the brochure contains photos which are not in the book and vice versa. On another note, both contain a very readable text about the daily life in 1832 Paris, adored with paintings by Victor Hugo(even including "The Wave" which is now featured in the Tour production). Judging by the prices this book goes nowadays it must be quite rare.

edit: I added descriptions to my collection photos on the previous page.

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Anyone who knows me knows that I love me my off-the-beaten-path beers and ales, thanks to an exceedingly well-stocked liquor store within walking distance. I spotted this one today, and...well...I just couldn't say "No." Anyone with further information on this would be awesome:

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That's a french beer, by "Brasserie St Sylvestre" in the french Flanders (where I was born), who are known for their excellent "3 monts" beer.

The Gavroche is a "High fermented" (is that correct?) red beer, refermented in the bottle.
To taste it at its best, keep it at a moderate temperature (8-10°C, 45-50°F) and store the bottle on its base (that's important !).
Pour carefully in a clean glass previously wiped with a damp cloth (to prevent the foam...)
Pour at once, and don't pour the remaining yeast in the glass !
Relax, play "Les Miserables", OFC recording, "Donnez, donnez" and enjoy !

I'd taste it as an appetizer with some nice cheese ! :P

I'll have to try this one... :-k


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I wish to get drunk now on some Gavroche.

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*raises hand* This Gavroche says you can get drunk on him anytime!

(Too forward?)

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LOL. That made my groggy face light up. XD

I'm really curious about this Gav beer. Give it a try Mr. Boyer and let us know how great/badly it tastes!

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Random Les Miz

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Yeah, 80s glasses! :D

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Silkeborg, Denmark production

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At Toronto

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Dave Willets, 10th Anniversary Australia tour

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Anthony Warlow and Simon Burke

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Australia cast

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Finally a good pic from the Scandinavia concert tour! Last two are from here: http://www.sallybourne.com/sally_bourne/les_miz.html

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Now that I've seen that Dave Willetts photo, I may never sleep again. (Yet somehow I did after I saw him in Sunset Boulevard, so there's that.)

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"Have faith in yourselves and don't be afraid!" (Michael Halling, 3NT)

Happy Barricade Day(s) everyone! Gonna celebrate by listening to OFC 1980, OLC Barbican preview 1985, as well as watching TAC and QUAC. And as I still couldn't find a photo of the original 1980 stage barricade, a bit of compensation...

Plan of Paris barricades 1795-1871:
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Best looking close-to-original-stage one I've seen so far:
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Also remember the victims of Tiananmen, June 3/4 1989:
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Wroclaw, Poland: the memorial of 10th anniversary (1999) of Tian'anmen Sq. (Beijing, China) massacre, June 4th, 1989

The first version of this memorial was "erected" by Polish students a day after the massacre, June 5th 1989 - as a destroyed bicycle and a fragment of tank-track lying nearby.

The version in the photograph was erected ten years later, in 1999, and the symbolism is identical: bicycles against tanks...


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Auf die Barrikaden wrote:
Happy Barricade Day(s) everyone! Gonna celebrate by listening to OFC 1980, OLC Barbican preview 1985, as well as watching TAC and QUAC. And as I still couldn't find a photo of the original 1980 stage barricade, a bit of compensation...

Plan of Paris barricades 1795-1871:
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That's awesome ! :clap:



Oh, and by the way :
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Original 1980 Paris "Palais des Sports" staging of the barricade by Robert Hossein.
You see Jean vallée as Javert being discovered by the students...


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