Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 17th 2015 Contents Next month, the BP Marionettes
kicks off its busy 2015 season with a
restaging of its critically-acclaimed
production of Les Misérables at
Queen s Hall. Running for just three
nights, the production coincides with
the worldwide commemorations of
the 30th anniversary of what has been
called "the world s favourite musical."
Les Miz opened in London in 1985.
A release from the Marionettes said
after months of attempting to secure
performance space following the over-
whelming response to its original run
last July, the Marionettes Les Miz
returns to Queen s Hall from May 22
With a cast and crew of nearly 200
(including two visiting string players
from the US, one of whom played for
Les Miz on Broadway), patrons are
advised that no extensions or television
broadcasts are possible.
In July, the BP Marionettes put the
youth centre stage. Twenty years ago,
the group embarked on a path to create
a training and performance space for
talented young people.
The Youth Chorale was formed two
decades ago in July 1995, followed by
the children s choir in 2012, and together
the two choruses boast 100 young
singers from more than 50 primary,
secondary and tertiary educational insti-
Members have gone on to become
professional musicians and theatre mak-
ers as well as award-winning scholars,
and it is this success that the groups
celebrate on July 10.
Bringing the year to a close is the
cherished annual tradition for so many
patrons: Christmas with the Mari-
onettes from December 3-7 at Queen s
The 2015 season is proudly supported
by Marionettes title sponsor bpTT, and
by media partner Flow Trinidad
(Columbus Communications). The
Marionettes also welcome First Citizens
and the National Lotteries Control
Board as supporting sponsors of Les
For all the latest, visit the Mari-
onettes Web site and its Facebook
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season with a
repeat of Les Miz
From Page A36
• Showtimes for Les Miz are 7.30
pm Friday and Saturday, and 5 pm
Early ticket reservations are
already pouring in, and can be made
through members; via the
Marionettes Web site
calling or e-mailing the Marionettes
at 790-1751 or
and at the Queen's Hall Box Office
(starting the week before the
All tickets bought by May 16 are
$20 off, while students and under-
18s receive $20 off tickets to all
performances (proof of age is
required for those under 18 and
valid student ID required for tertiary
level students; discounts may not
Members have gone
on to become professional
musicians and theatre
makers as well as
and it is this success
that the groups
celebrate on July 10.
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