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Hi, friends!

I've finally taken the advice of a fellow member and have moved the gargantuan production history listing to its own thread. I do realize I posted it a LONG time ago and have yet to complete it. Believe it or not, I always intended to complete it but you know how it goes... :shifty:

I will continue adding dates in the coming week! After I complete the ATEOTD orchestral track!! After I complete ALL the other songs!!! I shall commence in 25 years time!!!!

Just kidding.


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Most of this was off the top of my head and I didn't bother checking for accuracy but it should be mostly correct. Please let me know of any corrections

Full production history up until 2000. You guys fill in the rest...I'm pooped.

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INTERNATIONAL (up to 2000)


    17 September 1980 - Original French arena production - Palais des Sports, Paris, FRANCE*
    8 October 1985 - Original English adaptation - Barbican Theatre, London, ENGLAND
    4 December 1985 - Transfers to the West End's Palace Theatre, London, ENGLAND
    27 December 1986 - American Premiere - Opera House, Kennedy Center, Washington D.C., UNITED STATES
    12 March 1987 - Broadway Premiere - Broadway Theatre, New York, UNITED STATES
    17 June 1987 - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    9 August 1987 - Cameri Theatre, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL*
    14 August 1987 - Rock Theatre, Szeged, HUNGARY*
    14 September 1987 - Vogzinhaz Teatern, Budapest, HUNGARY*
    27 November 1987 - Theatre Royal, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    15 December 1987 - 1st National Tour Premiere - Shubert Theatre, Boston, UNITED STATES
    26 December 1987 - National Teater of Iceland, Reykajvik, ICELAND*
    3 March 1988 - Closes in Tokyo and begins tour - Chunichi Theatre, Nagoya, JAPAN
    17 March 1988 - Det Norske Teatret, Oslo, NORWAY
    9 April 1988 - Japanese Tour - Umeda-Koma Theatre, Osaka, JAPAN
    1 June 1988 - 2nd National Tour Premiere - Shubert Theatre, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
    6 June 1988 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    9 July 1988 - 1st National Tour - Opera House, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C., UNITED STATES
    15 September 1988 - Raimund Theatre, Vienna, AUSTRIA
    20 October 1988 - 1st National Tour - Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
    28 November 1988 - 3rd National Tour Premiere - Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center, Tampa, UNITED STATES
    26 January 1989 - Australia Day Concert, Sydney, AUSTRALIA**
    1 March 1989 - Japanese Tour - Chunichi Theatre, Nagoya, JAPAN
    15 March 1989 - Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, CANADA
    25 March 1989 - 1st National Tour - Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, UNITED STATES
    5 June 1989 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    30 June 1989 - Theatre Muzyczny, Gdynia, POLAND*
    14 August 1989 - Skydome Concert, Toronto, CANADA**
    13 September 1989 - 1st National Tour - Fisher Theatre, Detroit, UNITED STATES
    1 November 1989 - 2nd National Tour - Curran Theatre, San Francisco, UNITED STATES
    9 December 1989 - Closes in Sydney and begins tour - Princess Theatre, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
    9 December 1989 - Japanese Tour - Umeda-Koma Theatre, Osaka, JAPAN
    10 January 1990 - 1st National Tour - Morris A. Mechanic Theatre, Baltimore, UNITED STATES
    22 March 1990 - 1st National Tour - Shubert Theatre, Boston, UNITED STATES
    13 June 1990 - Closes in Toronto and begins tour - South Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, CANADA
    1 July 1990 - Japanese Tour - Miyagi Kenmin Theatre, Sendai, JAPAN
    10 July 1990 - 1st National Tour - National Theatre, Washington D.C., UNITED STATES
    12 July 1990 - Japanese Tour - Hokkaidou K. Theatre, Sapporo, JAPAN
    25 July 1990 - Canadian Tour - Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, CANADA
    25 September 1990 - 1st National Tour - Forrest Theatre, Philadelphia, UNITED STATES
    12 October 1990 - Cirkus Teater, Stockholm, SWEDEN
    17 October 1990 - Australian Tour - His Majesty's Theatre, Perth, AUSTRALIA
    17 October 1990 - Transfer to make room for Miss Saigon - Imperial Theatre, New York, UNITED STATES
    2 January 1991 - Australian Tour - Festival Theatre, Adelaide, AUSTRALIA
    20 January 1991 - 1st National Tour - Pantages Theatre, Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
    24 January 1991 - Canadian Tour featuring bilingual cast alternating English/French performances - Theatre St. Denis, Montreal, CANADA
    28 February 1991 - Theatre Carre, Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS
    9 March 1991 - Australian Tour - Lyric Theatre, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
    24 March 1991 - 1st National Tour - Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, UNITED STATES
    20 April 1991 - Odense Teater, Odense, DENMARK*
    29 May 1991 - Australian Tour - ACTEA Theatre, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
    11 June 1991 - Canadian Tour - Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto, CANADA
    2 July 1991 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    4 July 1991 - Canadian Tour - Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, CANADA
    14 August 1991 - Canadian Tour goes on hiatus - National Arts Centre, Ottawa, CANADA
    23 October 1991 - Mogador Theatre, Paris, FRANCE
    6 December 1991 - Closes in Amsterdam and transfers - Circustheater, Scheveningen, NETHERLANDS
    14 April 1992 - U.K. National Tour Premiere - Palace Theatre, Manchester, ENGLAND
    20 June 1992 - Canadian Tour embarks on 2nd round across country - Centennial Concert Hall, Winnipeg, CANADA
    25 June 1992 - Vinorhady Theatre, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC*
    10 July 1992 - Canadian Tour - North Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton, CANADA
    31 July 1992 - Canadian Tour - National Arts Centre, Ottawa, CANADA
    21 August 1992 - Canadian Tour - Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, CANADA
    16 September 1992 - Teatro Nuevo Apolo, Madrid, SPAIN
    2 October 1992 - Canadian Tour - South Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, Calgary, CANADA
    23 October 1992 - Canadian Tour - Hamilton Place Theatre, Hamilton, CANADA
    12 November 1992 - Canadian Tour - Blaisdell Centre, Honolulu, UNITED STATES
    11 December 1992 - Canadian Tour - Saskatchewen Centre for the Arts, Regina, CANADA
    27 December 1992 - Ostregaswerks, Copenhagen, DENMARK*
    31 June 1993 - U.K. Tour - Point Theatre, Dublin, IRELAND
    23 September 1993 - U.K. Tour closes - Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOTLAND :-({|=
    7 October 1993 - Meralco Theatre, Manila, PHILIPPINES*
    3 February 1994 - 3rd National Tour - Kallang Theatre, Singapore, REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
    22 February 1994 - Japanese Tour - Chunichi Theatre, Nagoya, JAPAN
    10 April 1994 - Japanese Tour - Hiten Theatre, Osaka, JAPAN
    6 July 1994 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    8 October 1995 - 10th Anniversary Concert - Royal Albert Hall, London, ENGLAND**
    14 December 1995 - Cable Hall, Helsinki, FINLAND*
    26 January 1996 -Musical Theater Duisburg, Duisburg, GERMANY
    28 February 1996 - Asian/African Tour - Kallang Theatre, Singapore, REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
    9 April 1996 - Asian/African Tour - Cultural Centre, Hong Kong, HONG KONG
    31 May 1996 - Gisselfeld Castle, Haslev, DENMARK**
    28 June 1996 - Asian/African Tour - Arts Centre, Seoul, SOUTH KOREA
    11 August 1996 - Asian/African Tour - Nico Opera, Kapstaden, SOUTH AFRICA
    9 October 1996 - Musikteatern, Karlstad, SWEDEN*
    14 November 1996 - Aalborg Theatre, Aalborg, DENMARK*
    12 March 1997 - Broadway 10th Anniversary revised production premiere - Imperial Theatre, New York, UNITED STATES
    12 May 1997 - U.K. National Tour re-launch - Theatre Royal, Plymouth, ENGLAND
    8 June 1997 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    23 June 1997 - U.K. Tour - Hippodrome, Birmingham, ENGLAND
    28 June 1997 - Open-Air Concert, Forsmark, SWEDEN**
    24 August 1997 - Hylands Park, Chelmsford, ENGLAND**
    13 October 1997 - U.K. Tour - Opera House, Manchester, ENGLAND
    29 November 1997 - 10th Anniversary Production - Theatre Royal, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
    6 December 1997 - Japanese Tour incorporates 10th Broadway Anniversary revisions - Hiten Theatre, Osaka, JAPAN
    6 January 1998 - U.K. Tour - Hippodrome, Bristol, ENGLAND
    3 March 1998 - Japanese Tour - Chunichi Theatre, Nagoya, JAPAN
    7 April 1998 - U.K. Tour - Mayflower Theatre, Southampton, ENGLAND
    24 May 1998 - Stadsschouwburg, Antwerp, BELGIUM
    7 June 1998 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    16 June 1998 - U.K. Tour - Alhambra Theatre, Bradford, ENGLAND
    27 June 1998 - 10th Anniversary production closes in Sydney and begins tour - Princess Theatre, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
    5 July 1998 - Cardiff Castle, Cardiff, WALES**
    4 September 1998 - Aarhus Theatre, Aarhus, DENMARK*
    22 September 1998 - U.K. Tour - Playhouse, Edinburgh, SCOTLAND
    7 November 1998 - Mediterranean Conference Center, Valetta, MALTA**
    19 December 1998 - U.K. Tour - Empire Theatre, Liverpool, ENGLAND
    7 January 1999 - Australian Tour - AOTEA Theatre, Auckland, NEW ZEALAND
    25 February 1999 - City Theatre, Helsinki, FINLAND*
    2 March 1999 - U.K. Tour - Point Theatre, Dublin, IRELAND
    31 March 1999 - Australian Tour - Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUSTRALIA
    15 April 1999 - Kongrescenter, Herning, DENMARK*
    8 Mach 1999 - Japanese Tour - Imperial Theatre, Tokyo, JAPAN
    25 May 1999 - U.K. Tour - Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, ENGLAND
    9 June 1999 - Australian Tour - Lyric Theatre, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA
    8 July 1999 - U.K. Tour - Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham, ENGLAND
    20 July 1999 - Performing Arts Centre, Tel Aviv, ISRAEL*
    19 October 1999 - U.K. Tour - Telewask Arena, Newcastle, ENGLAND
    20 November 1999 - Madach Theatre, Budapest, HUNGARY*
    23 November 1999 - U.K. Tour - Hippodrome, Bristol, ENGLAND
    8 February 2000 - U.K. Tour - Palace Theatre, Manchester, ENGLAND
    22 March 2000 - Teatro Opera, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
    22 April 2000 - Goteborgs Operan, Goteborg, SWEDEN*






    * Denotes non-replica production.
    ** Denotes concert production.

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*Originally posted 28 April, 2011*

*Last Updated 25 June, 2012*

*Will Next Be Updated...Sometime Within Next Two Millennia (aka: Next Week XD)*


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I will be compiling the full history of all three U.S. national tours but I need y'all's help. If anyone could provide the 3rd NT itinerary from early April, 2004 through its closing in St. Louis in 2006, as well as the dates of the current tour, then we'll have a complete listing of every single U.S. national tour engagement!!1!1! 8-)

It's quite a list and its formatting is hell. I have to perform some minor edits on the data before I copy and paste it here, so I will be doing it in, um...chunks, adding a little bit more and more every day. Below, I've completed the full 1st and 2nd national tour listings and have started the 3rd's.

Also, I'm not entirely sure that the 1st national tour was nicknamed "Cosette." I'm fairly certain the 2nd national tour was nicknamed "Fantine," but, as always, any feedback is appreciated.

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UNITED STATES (work in progress)



  • 1st National Tour (aka: "??????? Company")


      ----CITY-------VENUE-----------PREVIEWS FROM--OPENING NIGHT--CLOSING NIGHT-----
    • Boston, Shubert Theatre 12/05/87 12/15/87 06/26/88
    • Washington, Kennedy Center 07/05/88 07/09/88 10/08/88
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre 10/15/88 10/20/88 03/11/89
    • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre 03/18/89 03/25/89 09/02/89
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre 09/08/89 09/13/89 12/31/89
    • Baltimore, Morris A. Mechanic Theatre 01/06/90 01/10/90 03/10/90
    • Boston, Shubert Theatre 03/16/90 03/22/90 06/30/90
    • Washington, National Theatre 07/06/90 07/10/90 09/15/90
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre 09/21/90 09/25/90 01/05/91
    • Los Angeles, Pantages Theatre 01/13/91 01/20/91 03/09/91
    • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre 03/16/91 03/24/91 09/29/91


  • 2nd National Tour (aka: "??????? Company")


      ----CITY-------VENUE-----------PREVIEWS FROM--OPENING NIGHT--CLOSING NIGHT-----
    • Los Angeles, Shubert Theatre 05/21/88 06/01/88 07/23/89
    • San Francisco, Curran Theatre 10/21/89 11/01/89 01/27/91


  • 3rd National Tour (aka: "Marius Company")


      ----CITY-------VENUE-----------PREVIEWS FROM--OPENING NIGHT--CLOSING NIGHT-----
    • Tampa, Tampa Bay PAC -------- 11/28/88 12/11/88
    • Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason Theatre -------- 12/12/88 01/22/89
    • Orlando, Bob Carr PAC -------- 01/23/89 01/29/89
    • St. Petersburg, Bayfront Center -------- 01/30/89 02/05/89
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 02/06/89 02/26/89
    • Kansas City, Midland Theatre -------- 02/27/89 03/12/89
    • St. Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 03/13/89 03/19/89
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 03/20/89 03/26/89
    • Grand Rapids, DeVos Grand Center -------- 03/28/89 04/02/89
    • Cincinnati, Taft Theatre -------- 04/04/89 04/09/89
    • East Lansing, Wharton Centre -------- 04/10/89 04/16/89
    • Bloomington, Auditorium Theatre -------- 04/17/89 04/23/89
    • Louisville, Kentucky Center -------- 04/24/89 04/30/89
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC -------- 05/01/89 05/07/89
    • Birmingham, Civic Center Concert Hall -------- 05/08/89 05/14/89
    • Jacksonville, Civic Auditorium -------- 05/15/89 05/21/89
    • New Orleans, Saenger Auditorium -------- 05/22/89 05/28/89
    • Houston, Jones Hall -------- 05/29/89 06/11/89
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 06/12/89 06/18/89
    • Dallas, Music Hall -------- 06/19/89 07/09/89
    • Pittsburgh, Heinz Hall -------- 07/10/89 07/30/89
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 08/01/89 08/13/89
    • St Paul, Ordway, Theatre -------- 08/15/89 09/03/89
    • Denver, Denver Center -------- 09/04/89 09/24/89
    • Iowa City, Hancher Auditorium -------- 09/25/89 10/01/89
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 10/02/89 10/08/89
    • Champaign, Assembly Hall -------- 10/09/89 10/15/89
    • Schenectady, Proctors Theatre -------- 10/16/89 10/22/89
    • Syracuse, Landmark Theatre -------- 10/23/89 10/29/89
    • Providence, Providence PAC -------- 10/30/89 11/05/89
    • New Haven, Shubert Theatre -------- 11/06/89 11/26/89
    • Hartford, Bushnell Auditorium -------- 11/27/89 12/03/89
    • Scranton, Masonic Temple Auditorium -------- 12/04/89 12/10/89
    • Rochester, Temple Civic Center -------- 12/11/89 12/24/89
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 12/25/89 12/31/89
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 01/01/90 01/14/90
    • Indianapolis, Clowes Memorial Hall -------- 01/15/90 01/21/90
    • Knoxville, Civic Center -------- 01/22/90 01/28/90
    • Norfolk, Chrysler Auditorium -------- 01/29/90 02/04/90
    • Richmond, Mosque Theatre -------- 02/05/90 02/11/90
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC -------- 02/12/90 02/18/90
    • Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium -------- 02/19/90 02/25/90
    • Orlando, Bob Carr PAC -------- 02/26/90 03/04/90
    • Jacksonville, Civic Auditorium -------- 03/05/90 03/11/90
    • Miami Beach, Jackie Gleason Theatre -------- 03/12/90 03/25/90
    • Clearwater, Ruth Eckerd Hall -------- 03/26/90 04/01/90
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 04/02/90 04/15/90
    • Cincinnati, Taft Theatre -------- 04/16/90 04/22/90
    • East Lansing, Wharton Centre -------- 04/23/90 04/29/90
    • Buffalo, Shea's Buffalo Theatre -------- 04/30/90 05/06/90
    • St Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 05/07/90 05/13/90
    • Tempe, Gammage Center -------- 05/13/90 06/02/91
    • Louisville, Kentucky Center -------- 05/14/90 05/20/90
    • Lincoln, Lied Center -------- 05/21/90 05/27/90
    • Denver, Denver Center -------- 05/28/90 06/10/90
    • Oklahoma, Music Hall -------- 06/11/90 06/17/90
    • Dallas, Music Hall -------- 06/18/90 07/01/90
    • Houston, Jones Hall -------- 07/02/90 07/15/90
    • Tulsa, Chapman Hall -------- 07/16/90 07/22/90
    • San Antonio, Majestic Theatre -------- 07/23/90 07/29/90
    • Kansas City, Music Hall -------- 07/30/90 08/05/90
    • St Paul, Ordway Music Theatre -------- 08/06/90 08/19/90
    • Milwaukee, Uihlein Hall -------- 08/20/90 09/02/90
    • Omaha, Orpheum Theatre -------- 09/03/90 09/09/90
    • Austin, UT PAC -------- 09/10/90 09/16/90
    • Fort Worth, Tarrant County Convention -------- 09/17/90 09/23/90
    • New Orleans, Saenger Theatre -------- 09/24/90 09/30/90
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 10/01/90 10/07/90
    • Raleigh, Civic Center Memorial -------- 10/08/90 10/14/90
    • Hershey, Hershey Theatre -------- 10/15/90 10/21/90
    • Portsmouth, Willett Hall -------- 10/22/90 10/28/90
    • Providence, Providence PAC -------- 10/29/90 11/04/90
    • Hartford, Bushnell Auditorium -------- 11/05/90 11/11/90
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 11/12/90 11/18/90
    • Dayton, Memorial Hall -------- 11/19/90 11/25/90
    • Schenectady, Proctors Theatre -------- 11/26/90 12/02/90
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre -------- 12/03/90 12/30/90
    • Wilmington, Playhouse Theatre -------- 12/31/90 01/13/91
    • Springfield, Sagamon University -------- 01/14/91 01/20/91
    • Albuquerque, Popejoy Hall -------- 01/21/91 01/27/91
    • Sacramento, Convention Centre -------- 01/28/91 02/10/91
    • Portland, Civic Center -------- 02/11/91 02/24/91
    • Seattle, 5th Avenue Theatre -------- 02/25/91 04/14/91
    • Spokane, Opera House -------- 04/15/91 04/21/91
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 04/22/91 05/05/91
    • Tucson, Centennial Hall -------- 05/06/91 05/12/91
    • Denver, Denver Center -------- 06/03/91 06/09/91
    • San Jose, Center for the Arts -------- 06/10/91 06/16/91
    • Costa Mesa, Orange County PAC -------- 06/17/91 07/07/91
    • San Diego, Civic Theatre PAC -------- 07/08/91 07/21/91
    • Fort Worth, Tarrant County -------- 07/22/91 07/28/91
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC -------- 07/29/91 08/04/91
    • St Paul, Ordway Music Theatre -------- 08/05/91 08/18/91
    • Madison, Oscar Mayer Theatre -------- 08/19/91 08/25/91
    • Milwaukee, Uihlein Hall -------- 08/26/91 09/01/91
    • Little Rock, Robinson Center Music Hall -------- 09/02/91 09/08/91
    • Peoria, Civic Center Theatre -------- 09/09/91 09/15/91
    • Iowa City, Hancher Auditorium -------- 09/16/91 09/22/91
    • Grand Rapids, DeVos Hall -------- 09/23/91 09/29/91
    • Buffalo, Shea's Buffalo Center -------- 09/30/91 10/06/91
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre -------- 10/07/91 11/03/91
    • East Lansing, Wharton Center -------- 11/04/91 11/10/91
    • Rochester, Auditorium Theatre -------- 11/11/91 11/17/91
    • New Haven, Shubert Theatre -------- 11/18/91 12/01/91
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 12/02/91 12/08/91
    • Hershey, Hershey Theatre -------- 12/09/91 12/15/91
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre -------- 12/16/91 01/12/92
    • Cincinnati, Taft Theatre -------- 01/13/92 01/19/92
    • Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium -------- 01/20/92 01/26/92
    • Raleigh, Civic Center -------- 01/27/92 02/02/92
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 02/03/92 02/09/92
    • Westpoint, Civic Center Auditorium -------- 02/10/92 02/16/92
    • Boston, Wang Center -------- 02/17/92 03/01/92
    • Indianapolis, Clowes Memorial Hall -------- 03/02/92 03/08/92
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 03/09/92 03/15/92
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 03/16/92 03/22/92
    • Toledo, Masonic Auditorium -------- 03/23/92 03/29/32
    • St Louis, The Fox Theatre -------- 03/30/92 04/05/92
    • Baltimore, The Mechanic Theatre -------- 04/06/92 05/03/92
    • Richmond, Mosque Auditorium -------- 05/04/92 05/10/92
    • Atlanta, The Fox Theatre -------- 05/11/92 05/17/92
    • Orlando, Bob Carr PAC -------- 05/18/92 05/24/92
    • Tampa, Tampa Bay PAC -------- 05/25/92 05/31/92
    • Fort Lauderdale, Broward Center -------- 06/01/92 06/14/92
    • Houston, Jones Hall -------- 06/15/92 06/21/92
    • San Antonio, Majestic Theatre -------- 06/22/92 06/28/92
    • Wichita, Century II PAC Concert Hall -------- 06/29/92 07/05/92
    • Phoenix, Civic Plaza Symphony Hall -------- 07/06/92 07/12/92
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 07/13/92 08/09/92
    • Seattle, 5th Avenue Theater -------- 08/10/92 08/30/92
    • Portland, Civic Centre -------- 08/31/92 09/13/92
    • San Diego, Civic Theatre PAC -------- 09/14/92 09/27/92
    • Costa Mesa, Orange County PAC -------- 09/28/92 10/04/92
    • San Francisco, Curran Theatre -------- 10/05/92 12/06/92
    • Los Angeles, Pantages Theatre -------- 12/07/92 01/03/92
    • Sacramento, Convention Center -------- 01/04/93 01/17/93
    • Spokane, Opera House -------- 01/18/93 01/24/93
    • Boise, Morrison Center -------- 01/25/93 01/31/93
    • Fresno, Saroyan Theatre -------- 02/01/93 02/07/93
    • Cupertino, Flint Center -------- 02/08/93 02/14/93
    • Palm Desert, Bob Hope Cultural Center -------- 02/15/93 02/21/93
    • Las Vegas, Cashman Theatre -------- 02/22/93 02/28/93
    • Denver, Buell Theatre -------- 03/01/93 03/07/93
    • Lincoln, Lied Center -------- 03/08/93 03/14/93
    • Oklahoma City, Music Hall -------- 03/15/93 03/21/93
    • Kansas City, Music Hall -------- 03/22/93 03/28/93
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 03/29/93 04/04/93
    • Madison, Oscar Mayer Theatre -------- 04/05/93 04/11/93
    • Kalamazoo, Miller Auditorium 4/18/93 -------- 04/12/93 04/18/93
    • Louisville, Kentucky Center -------- 04/19/93 04/25/93
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre -------- 04/26/93 05/23/93
    • Dayton, Memorial Hall -------- 05/24/93 05/30/93
    • Chattanooga, Auditorium Theatre -------- 05/31/93 06/06/93
    • Little Rock, Robinson Center Music Hall -------- 06/07/93 06/13/93
    • Tulsa, Tulsa PAC -------- 06/14/93 06/20/93
    • Dallas, Music Hall -------- 06/21/93 07/04/93
    • Tucson, Music Hall -------- 07/05/93 07/11/93
    • Tempe, Gammage Auditorium -------- 07/12/93 07/18/93
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 07/19/93 08/08/93
    • Milwaukee, Uihlein Hall -------- 08/09/93 08/15/93
    • St Paul, Ordway Theatre -------- 08/16/93 09/05/93
    • Mobile, Mobile Civic Center -------- 09/06/93 09/12/93
    • Greenville, Peace Center -------- 09/13/93 09/19/93
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 09/20/93 09/26/93
    • Huntsville, Von Braun Civic Center -------- 09/27/93 10/03/93
    • Knoxville, Civic Center -------- 10/04/93 10/10/93
    • Champaign, Assembly Hall -------- 10/11/93 10/17/93
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 10/18/93 10/24/93
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 10/25/93 10/31/93
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 11/01/93 11/07/93
    • Roanoke, Civic Center Auditorium -------- 11/08/93 11/14/93
    • Raleigh, Civic Center -------- 11/15/93 11/21/93
    • Syracuse, Crouse-Hinds Civic Center -------- 11/22/93 11/28/93
    • Rochester, Auditorium Theatre -------- 11/29/93 12/05/93
    • Buffalo, Shea's Buffalo Center -------- 12/06/93 12/12/93
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre -------- 12/13/93 01/09/94
    • Pasadena, Pasadena Civic Auditorium -------- 01/10/94 01/23/94
    • Singapore, Kallang Theatre 01/29/94 02/03/94 04/17/94 (Special diversion to Southeast Asia)
    • Cupertino, Flint Center -------- 04/18/94 05/01/94
    • St Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 05/02/94 05/08/94
    • Palm Beach, Kravis Center -------- 05/09/94 05/15/94
    • Orlando, Bob Carr PAC -------- 05/16/94 05/22/94
    • Miami, Jackie Gleason Theatre -------- 05/23/94 05/29/94
    • Tampa, Tampa Bay PAC -------- 05/30/94 06/05/94
    • Fort Myers, Barbara Mann PAC -------- 06/06/94 06/12/94
    • Jacksonville, Civic Auditorium -------- 06/13/94 06/19/94
    • Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium -------- 06/20/94 06/26/94
    • Baltimore, Morris A. Mechanic Theatre -------- 06/27/94 07/24/94
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC -------- 07/25/94 07/31/94
    • Charleston, Gaillard Municipal Auditorium -------- 08/01/94 08/07/94
    • Saskatoon, CANADA, Centennial Auditorium -------- 08/08/94 08/21/94 (First of several diversions to Canada)
    • Regina, CANADA, Centennial Theatre -------- 08/22/94 09/04/94
    • Kitchener, CANADA, Centre in the Square -------- 09/05/94 09/18/94
    • Hartford, Bushnell Auditorium -------- 09/19/94 09/25/94
    • Providence, Providence PAC -------- 09/26/94 10/02/94
    • State College, Eisenhower Auditorium -------- 10/03/94 10/09/94
    • Cincinnati, Taft Theatre -------- 10/10/94 10/16/94
    • Toledo, Masonic Auditorium -------- 10/17/94 10/23/94
    • Indianapolis, Clowes Memorial Hall -------- 10/24/94 10/30/94
    • Springfield, Hammons Hall -------- 10/31/94 11/06/94
    • Omaha, Orpheum Theatre -------- 11/07/94 11/13/94
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 11/14/94 11/20/94
    • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre -------- 11/21/94 01/01/95
    • Green Bay, Weidner Center for the Arts -------- 01/02/95 01/08/95
    • Peoria, Civic Center Theatre -------- 01/09/95 01/15/95
    • East Lansing, Wharton Center -------- 01/16/95 01/22/95
    • Iowa City, Hancher Auditorium -------- 01/23/95 01/29/95
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre -------- 01/30/95 02/19/95
    • St Paul, Ordway Theatre -------- 02/20/95 03/05/95
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 03/06/95 03/12/95
    • Austin, UT Performing Arts Center -------- 03/13/95 03/19/95
    • Houston, Brown Theatre -------- 03/20/95 03/26/95
    • New Orleans, Saenger Theatre -------- 03/27/95 04/02/95
    • Birmingham, Civic Center Concert Hall -------- 04/03/95 04/09/95
    • Clearwater, Ruth Eckerd Hall -------- 04/10/95 04/16/95
    • Boston, Colonial Theatre -------- 04/17/95 06/18/95
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 06/19/95 06/25/95
    • Ottawa, CANADA, National Arts Centre -------- 06/26/95 07/09/95
    • Edmonton, CANADA, Jubilee Auditorium -------- 07/10/95 07/23/95
    • Calgary, CANADA, Jubilee Auditorium -------- 07/24/95 08/06/95
    • Winnipeg, CANADA, Centennial Concert Hall -------- 08/07/95 08/13/95
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 08/14/95 09/10/95
    • Denver, Buell Theatre -------- 09/12/95 09/17/95
    • Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Center -------- 09/19/95 09/24/95
    • Reno, Pioneer Centre -------- 09/27/95 10/01/95
    • Sacramento, Convention Center -------- 10/02/95 10/15/95
    • Portland, Civic Center -------- 10/17/95 10/29/95
    • Wichita, Century II PAC -------- 10/30/95 11/05/95
    • Lubbock, Municipal Auditorium -------- 11/07/95 11/02/95
    • Fort Worth, Will Rogers Theatre -------- 11/14/95 11/19/95
    • San Antonio, Majestic Theatre -------- 11/21/95 11/26/95
    • El Paso, Civic Center -------- 11/28/95 12/03/95
    • Escondido, CA Center -------- 12/06/95 12/10/95
    • Thousand Oaks, Civic Auditorium -------- 12/12/95 12/23/95
    • Long Beach, Terrace Theatre -------- 12/27/95 01/07/96
    • Fresno, Saroyan Theatre -------- 01/09/96 01/14/96
    • Las Vegas, Cashman Theatre -------- 01/16/96 01/21/96
    • Bakersfield, Bakersfield Civic Auditorium -------- 01/23/96 01/28/96
    • Kansas, Kansas City Music Hall -------- 01/29/96 02/04/96
    • Washington, National Theatre -------- 02/08/96 04/28/96
    • Richmond, Mosque Auditorium -------- 04/30/96 05/05/96
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 05/07/96 05/12/96
    • Evansville, Vanderburgh Auditorium -------- 05/14/96 05/19/96
    • St Paul, Ordway Theater -------- 05/22/96 06/01/96
    • Tempe, Gammage Auditorium -------- 06/04/96 06/09/96
    • Reno, Pioneer Center -------- 06/11/96 06/16/96
    • Spokane, Spokane Opera House -------- 06/18/96 06/23/96
    • Seattle, Fifth Avenue Theatre -------- 06/25/96 07/27/96
    • San Jose, San Jose Center -------- 07/30/96 11/08/96
    • Salt Lake City, Salt Palace Theatre -------- 08/14/96 09/07/96
    • Honolulu, Blaisdell Center 09/11/96 09/12/96 09/28/96
    • Iowa, Hancher Auditorium -------- 10/02/96 10/06/96
    • Cincinnati, Taft Theatre -------- 10/08/96 10/13/96
    • Buffalo, Shea’s Buffalo Center -------- 10/15/96 10/20/96
    • Providence, Providence PAC -------- 10/22/96 10/27/96
    • Syracuse, Crouse-Hinds Hall -------- 10/29/96 11/03/96
    • Scranton, Masonic Temple Theatre -------- 11/05/96 11/10/96
    • Indianapolis, Murat Theatre -------- 11/13/96 11/17/96
    • Springfield, Sangamon State University Auditorium -------- 11/20/96 11/24/96
    • Louisville, Whitney Hall -------- 11/26/96 12/01/96
    • Hershey, Hershey Theatre -------- 12/03/96 12/08/96
    • Rochester, Auditorium Theatre -------- 12/10/96 12/15/96
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre 12/17/96 12/18/96 01/25/97

    • New York City, Imperial Theatre -------- 01/28/97 03/01/97 (Infamous Broadway sackings and production reinvigoration effort. :wink: Tour cast takes over performances at the Imperial while remaining Broadway cast members are re-auditioned, re-cast, and re-rehearse in preparation for unveiling of revamped 10th anniversary Broadway production.)

    • Tallahassee, Tallah-Leon County Civic Center -------- 03/04/97 03/09/97
    • Fort Lauderdale, Broward Center -------- 03/11/97 03/22/97
    • Savannah, Johnny Mercer Theatre -------- 03/25/97 03/31/97
    • Greensboro, War Memorial Auditorium -------- 04/01/97 04/06/97
    • Greenville, Peace Center -------- 04/08/97 04/13/97
    • Huntsville, Von Braun Civic Center -------- 04/15/97 04/20/97
    • Fort Wayne, Embassy Theatre -------- 04/22/97 04/27/97
    • Grand Rapids, De Vos Hall -------- 04/29/97 05/04/97
    • Boston, Colonial Theatre 05/07/97 05/08/97 07/05/97
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 07/08/97 07/19/97
    • Dallas, Music Hall -------- 07/22/97 08/02/97
    • Seattle, Fifth Avenue Theatre -------- 08/26/97 08/31/97
    • Boise, Boise State University, Morrison PAC -------- 09/02/97 09/07/97
    • Eugene, Hult Center -------- 09/09/97 09/14/97
    • Rapid City, Rushmore Plaza -------- 09/17/97 09/21/97
    • Lincoln, Lied Center -------- 09/23/97 09/28/97
    • Chattanooga, Memorial Auditorium -------- 10/01/97 10/05/97
    • St Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 10/07/97 10/12/97
    • Baltimore, Morris A. Mechanic Theatre -------- 10/15/97 10/26/97
    • Raleigh, Memorial Auditorium -------- 10/28/97 11/02/97
    • Norfolk, Chrysler Hall -------- 11/04/97 11/09/97
    • Knoxville, Civic Center -------- 11/11/97 11/16/97
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 11/19/97 11/23/97
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre 11/26/97 11/28/97 01/04/98
    • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre 01/06/98 01/08/98 03/01/98
    • Miami, Jackie Gleason Theatre -------- 03/03/98 03/08/98
    • Fort Myers, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall -------- 03/10/98 03/15/98
    • Gainesville, Center for the Arts -------- 03/17/98 03/22/98
    • Myrtle Beach, Gatlin Brothers Theatre -------- 03/24/98 03/29/98
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 04/01/98 04/12/98
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 04/14/98 04/19/98
    • Peoria, Peoria Civic Center -------- 04/21/98 04/26/98
    • Muncie, Emens Auditorium -------- 04/28/98 05/03/98
    • Saginaw, Heritage Theatre, Civic Center -------- 05/05/98 05/10/98
    • Charlotte, Blumenthal PAC, Belk Theatre -------- 05/12/98 05/17/98
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC, Jackson Hall -------- 05/19/98 05/24/98
    • Mobile, Mobile Civic Center -------- 05/26/98 05/31/98
    • Tampa, Tampa Bay PAC -------- 06/02/98 06/13/98
    • Oklahoma City, Civic Center Music Hall -------- 06/16/98 06/21/98
    • St Paul, Ordway Theatre -------- 06/24/98 07/11/98
    • Jacksonville, Times Union PAC -------- 01/05/99 01/10/99
    • Melbourne, Maxwell C. King Center -------- 01/12/99 01/17/99
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 01/19/99 01/24/99
    • Jackson, Jackson Municipal Auditorium -------- 01/26/99 01/31/99
    • Little Rock, Robinson Center, Music Hall -------- 02/02/99 02/07/99
    • St Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 02/09/99 02/14/99
    • Springfield, Hammons Hall -------- 02/16/99 02/21/99
    • Amarillo, Amarillo Civic Center -------- 02/23/99 02/28/99
    • Albuquerque, Popejoy Hall -------- 03/02/99 03/07/99
    • Tucson, Centennial Hall -------- 03/09/99 03/14/99
    • Fort Worth, Will Rogers Memorial Center -------- 03/17/99 03/21/99
    • College Station, Rudder Auditorium -------- 03/23/99 03/28/99
    • Corpus Christi, Selena Auditorium -------- 03/30/99 04/04/99
    • Denver, Buell Theatre -------- 04/07/99 04/24/99
    • Toledo, Masonic Auditorium -------- 04/27/99 05/02/99
    • Green Bay, Weidner Center -------- 05/04/99 05/09/99
    • Cincinnati, Aronoff Center -------- 05/11/99 05/16/99
    • Kalamazoo, James W. Miller Auditorium -------- 05/18/99 05/23/99
    • Washington, National Theatre -------- 05/26/99 07/25/99
    • Hartford, Bushnell Theatre -------- 07/27/99 08/01/99
    • Montreal, CANADA, Lace des Arts/Wilfrid Pelletier -------- 08/03/99 08/15/99
    • Cleveland, State Theatre -------- 08/17/99 08/28/99
    • Spokane, Spokane Opera House -------- 09/01/99 09/05/99
    • Portland, Portland Civic Auditorium -------- 09/07/99 09/12/99
    • Tempe, Gammage Auditorium -------- 09/15/99 09/19/99
    • San Diego, Civic Theatre -------- 09/21/99 10/03/99
    • Sacramento, Community Center Theatre -------- 10/05/99 10/10/99
    • Fresno, Saroyan Theatre -------- 10/12/99 10/17/99
    • Las Vegas, Cashman Theatre -------- 10/19/99 10/24/99
    • Seattle, 5th Avenue Theatre -------- 10/27/99 11/13/99
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 11/16/99 12/05/99
    • Los Angeles, Ahmanson Theatre 12/08/99 12/09/99 02/12/00
    • Kansas City, Kansas City Music Hall -------- 02/16/00 02/20/00
    • Iowa City, Hancher Auditorium -------- 02/22/00 02/27/00
    • South Bend, Morris PAC -------- 02/29/00 03/05/00
    • Atlanta, Atlanta Civic Center -------- 03/01/00 03/05/00
    • Dayton, Memorial Hall -------- 03/07/00 03/12/00
    • Buffalo, Shea's PAC -------- 03/14/00 03/19/00
    • Rochester, Auditorium Theatre -------- 03/21/00 03/26/00
    • Schenectady, Proctor's Theatre -------- 03/28/00 04/02/00
    • Providence, PAC -------- 04/04/00 04/09/00
    • Baltimore, Morris A. Mechanic Theatre -------- 04/11/00 04/23/00
    • Philadelphia, Forrest Theatre 04/25/00 04/28/00 06/04/00
    • St Paul, Ordway Music -------- 06/07/00 06/24/00
    • San Francisco, Curran Theatre 06/28/00 07/05/00 09/16/00
    • Greenville, Peace Center -------- 09/20/00 09/24/00
    • Nashville, Tennessee PAC -------- 09/20/00 10/01/00
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 10/03/00 10/08/00
    • New Orleans, Saenger PAC -------- 10/10/00 10/15/00
    • San Antonio, Majestic Theatre -------- 10/18/00 10/22/00
    • Houston, Jones Hall -------- 10/24/00 10/29/00
    • Cleveland, Allen Theatre -------- 11/01/00 11/12/00
    • Bloomington, Indiana University Auditorium -------- 11/14/00 11/19/00
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 11/21/00 11/26/00
    • Green Bay, Weidner Center -------- 11/28/00 12/03/00
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre -------- 12/05/00 01/14/01
    • Boston, Colonial Theatre 04/11/01 04/12/01 06/03/01
    • Hartford, Bushnell Performing Arts Center -------- 06/05/01 06/10/01
    • Kitchener, CANADA, Center in the Square Theatre -------- 06/12/01 06/23/01
    • Dallas, Music Hall at Fair Park -------- 06/26/01 07/08/01
    • Tempe, Gammage Auditorium -------- 07/10/01 07/21/01
    • Milwaukee, Uihlein Hall -------- 07/25/01 07/29/01
    • Peoria, Peoria Civic Center -------- 07/31/01 08/05/01
    • Winnipeg, CANADA, Manitoba Centennial Concert Hall -------- 08/08/01 08/12/01
    • Calgary, CANADA, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium -------- 08/15/01 08/19/01
    • Edmonton, CANADA, Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium -------- 08/21/01 08/26/01
    • Vancouver, CANADA, Queen Elizabeth Theatre -------- 08/29/01 09/09/01
    • Eugene, Hult Center -------- 09/11/01 09/16/01
    • Las Vegas, Aladdin Theatre -------- 09/19/01 09/23/01
    • Bakersfield, Covention Center -------- 09/25/01 09/30/01
    • Long Beach, Terrace Theatre -------- 10/02/01 10/07/01
    • Pasadena, Civic Center -------- 10/09/01 10/14/01
    • Thousand Oaks, Civic Auditorium -------- 10/16/01 10/21/01
    • San Diego, Civic Theatre -------- 10/23/01 10/28/01
    • Kalamazoo, Miller Auditorium -------- 10/31/01 11/04/01
    • Madison, Oscar Mayer Theatre -------- 11/06/01 11/11/01
    • South Bend, Morris Center -------- 11/13/01 11/18/01
    • Pittsburgh, Benedum Center -------- 11/20/01 12/02/01
    • Akron, Thomas Performing Arts Center -------- 12/04/01 12/09/01
    • Rockford, Coronado Theatre -------- 12/11/01 12/16/01
    • Omaha, Orpheum Theatre -------- 12/18/01 12/23/01
    • Chicago, Auditorium Theatre -------- 12/26/01 02/02/02
    • Scranton, Masonic Auditorium -------- 02/05/02 02/10/02
    • Roanoke, Roanoke Civic Center -------- 02/12/02 02/17/02
    • Toledo, Stranahan Theatre -------- 02/19/02 02/24/02
    • Charleston, North Charleston Performing Arts Center -------- 02/26/02 03/03/02
    • Charlotte, Ovens Auditorium -------- 03/05/02 03/10/02
    • Norfolk, Chrysler Hall -------- 03/12/02 03/17/02
    • Birmingham, Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center -------- 03/19/02 03/24/02
    • Tulsa, Tulsa Performing Arts Center -------- 03/26/02 03/31/02
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 04/03/02 04/20/02
    • Lubbock, Lubbock Municipal Auditorium -------- 04/23/02 04/28/02
    • El Paso, Abraham Chavez Auditorium -------- 04/30/02 05/05/02
    • Fort Worth, Bass Performing Arts Hall -------- 05/07/02 05/12/02
    • San Francisco, Curran Theatre 05/15/02 05/16/02 06/15/02
    • Shanghai, CHINA, Grand Theatre -------- -------- --------
    • St. Paul, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts (9th engagement!) -------- 08/07/02 08/31/02
    • Columbus, Ohio Theatre -------- 09/03/02 09/08/02
    • Lincoln, Lied Center for the Performing Arts -------- 09/10/02 09/15/02
    • Kansas City, Starlight Theatre -------- 09/17/02 09/22/02
    • Austin, University of Texas Performing Arts Center -------- 09/24/02 09/29/02
    • Cincinnati, Aronoff Center -------- 10/01/02 10/06/02
    • East Lansing, Wharton Center -------- 10/08/02 10/13/02
    • Indianapolis, Murat Theatre -------- 10/15/02 10/20/02
    • Wallingford, Oakdale Theatre -------- 10/22/02 10/27/02
    • Providence, Providence Performing Arts Center -------- 10/29/02 11/03/02
    • Richmond, Landmark Theatre -------- 11/05/02 11/10/02
    • Ottawa, CANADA, National Arts Center -------- 11/13/02 11/17/02
    • Hershey, Hershey Theatre -------- 11/19/02 11/24/02
    • Washington, National Theatre -------- 11/27/02 01/04/03
    • Miami, Jackie Gleason Theatre -------- 01/07/03 01/12/03
    • Melbourne, King Center -------- 01/14/03 01/19/03
    • Fort Myers, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall -------- 01/21/03 01/26/03
    • Gainesville, UFL Center for the Performing Arts -------- 01/28/03 02/02/03
    • Baton Rouge, Centroplex -------- 02/04/03 02/09/03
    • Augusta, William Bell Auditorium -------- 02/11/03 02/16/03
    • St. Louis, Fox Theatre -------- 02/18/03 02/23/03
    • Tucson, Centennial Hall -------- 02/26/03 03/02/03
    • San Jose, Center for the Performing Arts -------- 03/05/03 03/23/03
    • Seattle, 5th Avenue Theatre 03/25/03 03/27/03 04/05/03
    • Costa Mesa, Orange County PAC -------- 04/08/03 04/20/03
    • Sacramento, Community Center Theatre -------- 04/23/03 05/04/03
    • Tempe, Gammage Auditorium -------- 05/06/03 05/11/03
    • Denver, Buell Theatre -------- 05/14/03 05/25/03
    • Portland, Keller Auditorium -------- 05/27/03 06/01/03
    • Salt Lake City, Capitol Theatre -------- 06/04/03 06/15/03
    • ?????????? 07/06/03 07/11/03 09/28/03 ??????????
    • Atlanta, Fox Theatre -------- 09/09/03 09/21/03
    • Dayton, Shuster Center -------- 09/23/03 10/05/03
    • Cleveland, Allen Theatre -------- 10/07/03 10/12/03
    • Flint, Whiting Auditorium -------- 10/14/03 10/19/03
    • Springfield, Sangamon Auditorium -------- 10/21/03 10/26/03
    • West Point, Eisenhower Hall Theatre -------- 10/28/03 11/02/03
    • Boston, Colonial Theatre 11/05/03 11/06/03 12/07/03
    • Detroit, Fisher Theatre 12/09/03 12/11/03 01/04/04
    • Des Moines, Civic Center -------- 01/06/04 01/11/04
    • Greenville, Peace Center -------- 01/14/04 01/18/04
    • Memphis, Orpheum Theatre -------- 01/20/04 01/25/04
    • Columbia, Koger Center -------- 01/27/04 02/01/04
    • Myrtle Beach, Palace Theatre -------- 02/03/04 02/08/04
    • Raleigh, Memorial Auditorium -------- 02/10/04 02/15/04
    • Schenectady, Proctor's Theatre -------- 02/17/04 02/22/04
    • Rochester, The Auditorium Theatre -------- 02/24/04 02/29/04
    • Philadelphia, Kimmel Center 03/02/04 03/05/04 03/28/04
    • Buffalo, Shea's Performing Arts Center -------- 03/30/04 04/04/04

*UPDATED 25 June, 2012

NOTE (30 April, 2011): All 3rd national tour dates up to the 1995 Denver engagement at the Buell Theatre are approximations. However, opening and closing nights did take place within the specified ranges. This information was taken from the official site many years ago and they didn't specify actual opening/closing dates up until late '95 for some reason.

For example, I know for a fact that 9 December was opening night for the 1992 Los Angeles engagement, but the listing indicates the 7th. It can be assumed that actual opening nights were two to three days from the indicated date, depending on distance between cities. The 3rd national tour rarely took longer than a little over a day to load-in and set-up and half that to break down and pack up.

Oh, and this listing is NOT off the top of my head. Even I don't have the capacity to memorize such an itinerary. Although I DO memorize the name of nearly every theatre from nearly every city it has ever played in. :crazy:

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Let's see how many of you already heard about the very first foreign production...in 1984. :)











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Just when you're certain you know everything there is to know about Les Miserables...

...I know so much, I no longer learn something new everyday, as the saying goes. More like something new every decade, or so, LOL.

This is that time for me. XD

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Just added more 3rd national tour dates through Spring, 2004.

There is a WTF entry highlighted in green above that originated from the official site from way back when. The entry had those dates and "Tokyo, Imperial Theatre" in place of the first row of question marks that I added. Obviously, it's an error on their part as I doubt the 3rd U.S. national tour travelled to Japan, especially with their own production constantly making the rounds of their country. Plus the closing date makes no sense, so I don't know what's going on there.

Anyone happen to know the whereabouts of the 3rd national tour between 15 June and 9 September, 2003???

EDIT: Oh! Just realized the much ballyhooed 2002 diversion of the 3rd national tour to China was missing. I know the last venue prior was San Francisco's Curran Theatre, and sure enough, there is a gap after the S.F. engagement so it must have taken place then.

I recall that much, including the city and theatre, but I don't know the specific dates it played and not sure if the first few U.S. dates listed afterward were cancelled or not. Didn't it play in China for 6 weeks? Or was it three? At any rate, the gap starts 15 June and ends 7 August, 2002, which is almost 2 months. I don't think it played that long over there. Please correct me if I'm wrong but I seem to remember it also played Seoul, South Korea and Singapore after the Chinese engagement, or am I making all that up? :crazy:

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Great job Quique. If i recall correctly, the third national tour had a stop in Toronto in 1997 and 1998 where they got Colm Wilkinson to play Valjean. One of my earliest memories is seeing it when I was 6 at the Princess of Wales Theatre (I was introduced to Les Mis at a very young age). Do you know when that fits in to your production history?


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The gap after Salt Lake City was the tour's first layoff period. The tour had repeatedly, in recent years, not sold well in the summer, so they took advantage of this by basically laying off everyone and rehiring a few. It saved them money in multiple ways, and in theory, refreshed the cast. Atlanta was the debut of several new cast members. (I was in Salt Lake City for their last four performances; one of my favorite/saddest Les Miz memories ever.)

There was another layoff the next year, and I'm 95% sure that was after San Francisco and before Toronto.

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I'm currently in a production of it at a small local theater. I guess if it counts, and if you're going for an extremely complete version with absolutely no gaps anywhere whatsoever --

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Duisburg, Germany 1996-99 (Germany premiere)

Venue: Musical Theater Duisburg (nowadays Theater am Marientor), new built for the show with a capacity of 1.550 seats
Premiere: 26 January 1996
Closing: 28 November 1999
Director: Ken Caswell
Translation: Heinz-Rudolf Kunze, reworked from his 1988 German translation
Official Recording: Yes, 22-track highlights CD 1996
Original Cast: Jerzy Jeszke (Jean Valjean), Hartwig Rudolz (Javert), Cornelia Drese (Fantine), Tom Zahner (Thénardier), Anne Welte (Mme. Thénardier), Sanni Luis (Eponine), Deborah Dutcher (Cosette), Felix Martin (Marius), Martin Berger (Enjolras)
Final Cast: Charles Fornara (Jean Valjean), Hartwig Rudolz (Javert), Maya Hakvoort (Fantine), Claus Dam (Thénardier), Kati Farkas (Mme. Thénardier), Jacqueline Braun (Eponine), Lilian Marti (Cosette), Michael Lewis (Marius), Paul Donkers (Enjolras)
Notable performers:
Jerzy Jeszke - represented Germany at the Les Misérables Tenth Anniversary Concert 1995
Hartwig Rudolz - invited by Cameron Mackintosh to portray Javert in London 1997
Reinhard Brussmann - original Austrian cast Valjean, played Javert/Valjean 97-99
Sandor Sasvari - original Hungarian cast Marius, played Valjean 1997
Felix Martin - original Austrian cast Marius, had to go through regular castings before being chosen to reprise the role
Thomas Borchert - played Valjean 98/99, original Austria cast Jekyll&Hyde 2001
Deborah Dutcher - went on to portray Cosette in the original Belgium production 1998
Gunilla Backman - Fantine 97, original Swedish cast Cosette 1990, Fantine in London 99/00
Jana Werner - Fantine 97/98, German synchro of many Disney films of the 90s, voice of Christine POTO movie 2004
Maya Hakvoort - Fantine 98/99, cover Fantine in the original Dutch production 1991/92, famous Elisabeth
Production notes:
The venue is featured prominently in the "Les Misérables Interactive" CD-ROM
The set came from the 1991 Paris revival production
Originally an "Open End" production, it was closed due to financial problems by the producing company STELLA to much criticism
Awards:
Goldene Europa - Musical of the Year 1996
IMAGE Award Best Supporting Actress in a Musical 1996 (Anne Welte)
Links and websites:
La barricade de l'Allemagne - First German fansite
Many autograph cards of Duisburg performers
Collection of Mis-sung lyrics and mishaps during the Duisburg time by a former performer
Farewell page dedicated to the final performance

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That's a great idea, adding details on specific productions that we know further info. on. Thanks for the contribution!

I don't know what it is and I may have to coin a term to describe it, but as a fan of this musical, it seriously brings me great joy and pleasure to compile lists. But it doesn't end there, that same impulse to compile lists makes me also enjoy just talking about it, which is more "normal," I guess. But that endless talking is driven by the same impulse, and that's notable in that I do not feel comfortable discussing anything related to the show with any brevity. I don't try to be wordy, I just slip into that mode when I discuss it and it's never an arduous task writing those huge posts even if I personally detest having to elaborate on anything in general. I literally find myself typing away madly and have to stop to see how long the post is. Almost without fail, I HAVE to edit stuff out because it ends up being insanely long, LOL.

And then there's the passion. I can't remember the last time I wrote a post and submitted it without editing out stuff I felt would spook some pearl clutcher out there but I'm afraid that's just the type of writer I am, whether I or anyone else likes it or not. Ahhh.

I took an online kinesiology course about a year ago that my university was offering and fulfilled one of my degree requirements, and I'd post my thoughts on the topic of the week in the participation forum and then log off and go about my business. I'd go back a day later and would be surprised to see feedback from students and the professor remarking on how effectively I had made my case. And that was something I am in no way passionate about! As the quarter came to an end, one student referred to me as being very persuasive and passionate. I was actually slightly embarrassed when she said that because I really didn't want to give them the impression I am *passionate* about biomechanics!

So, yep, that's the wordy post of the day. I'll think of some other random thing to post a dissertation about that totally spooks everyone and incites much pearl clutching and leaves all who come across it disgusted, reeling, cross-eyed, and traumatized!!! LOL.

PS: Just in case...totally kidding. I don't see myself as having THAT much of an impact, even if it's a negative one. :mrgreen:

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Post Re: Complete Production History (Work In Progress)
Vienna, Austria 1988-90 (Austria and German language premiere)

Venue: Raimund Theater, capacity of roughly 1.200 seats
Premiere: 15 September 1988
Closing: 31 March 1990
Director: Gale Edwards
Translation: Heinz-Rudolf Kunze
Official Recording: Yes, 37-track double CD/LP 1988, highlights CD and Single LP "I Dreamed a Dream/Bring Him Home"
Original Cast: Reinhard Brussmann (Jean Valjean), Norbert Lamla (Javert), Sona Macdonald (Fantine), Franz Csencsits (Thénardier), Susanne Altschul (Mme. Thénardier), Jane Comerford (Eponine), Martina Dorak (Cosette), Felix Martin (Marius), Alexander Diepold (Enjolras)
Final Cast: ?
Notable performers:
Reinhard Brussmann - represented Austria at the Tenth Anniversary Concert 1995, Javert/Valjean in Duisburg 97-99, Valjean Chemnitz 2001
Norbert Lamla - Javert Saarbrücken 2002, Bad Hersfeld 2007
Felix Martin - reprised his role as Marius in the original Germany premiere Duisburg 1996
Jane Comerford - represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 (with band "Texas Lightning")
Øystein Wiik - Valjean 89/90, original Norwegian cast 1988, Valjean in London 1990, represented Norway at the Tenth Anniversary Concert 1995
Uwe Kröger - understudy Enjolras 89/90, same in Amsterdam 91/92, Javert in Berlin 2003
Aris Sas - premiere Gavroche, Enjolras Baden 2007/2011
Production notes:
The production premiere is featured prominently in the "Stage by Stage" documentary
Awards:
None
Links and websites:
No website dedicated to the Vienna production exists to my knowledge

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QUÉBEC CITY PRODUCTION (LCQ Productions)

Original run : June 27-October 19, 2008 (91 performances) at the Théâtre Capitole (Québec City, QC, Canada)
Second run : June 17-July 26, 2009 (33 performances) at the Théâtre Capitole (Québec City, QC, Canada)
Final run : June 8-12, 2010 (6 performances) at the Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier (Montréal, QC, Canada)

*Directed by Frédéric Dubois
**Starring world-famous opera singer Gino Quilico as Jean Valjean, as well as Alexandre De Grandpré (Javert), Kevin Houle (Enjolras), Geneviève Charest (Fantine) Jean-Raymond Châles (Thénardier), Myriam Brousseau (Cosette), Carl Poliquin (Marius), Kathleen Fortin (Madame Thénardier) and Sophie Tremblay (Éponine)

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