The 7 things to know about LES MISÉRABLES at Bass Hall

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LES MISÉRABLES, one of the greatest musicals of our time, returns to the Bass Hall stage for eight performances June 25-30.

To ensure you have a wonderful experience here, we’ve put together a list of the 7 most important things you need to know about seeing LES MISÉRABLES at Bass Hall.

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Don’t be late to Les Miz, or you may get mad like Jean Valjean.

1. This show starts on time. Please be in your seat at the time your performance is scheduled to begin. So audience members will not be disturbed by latecomers, a 14-minute late-seating hold will take effect after each performance begins. This means you won’t be able to enter the theater until 14 minutes after the show begins. Latecomers will be seated only when appropriate breaks in the program allow. The show is nearly three hours long. Act I is an hour and 33 minutes. Act II is an hour and seven minutes. There will be an 18-minute intermission between acts.

2. Doors will open early. To make sure everyone has enough time to arrive, we are opening the doors to Bass Hall two hours before showtime (typically, we open them one hour before showtime). Doors to the audience chamber will still open 30 minutes before the show begins.

3. Traffic alert. A portion of W. 7th St. will be closed for improvements Tuesday, June 25 through Thursday, June 27. This could impact your travel route. Please allow for extra travel time and expect detours.

4. Where to park. Let us do the parking for you! Valet stands are located on Calhoun Street and Commerce Street between 4th and 5th Streets. Valet Service will open two hours prior to the shows. Cost is $20 per vehicle. Patrons who do not wish to utilize our valet service are welcome to park free of charge in the 777 Main Parking Garage located at 601 Commerce Street, with entrances on 5th and 6th Streets. Free parking is available on weekdays after 6PM and weekends after 10AM. Free parking is also available after 5PM and all day weekends in the Sundance Square II Garage, located at 400 Jones St.

5. Les Miz cheat sheet. Unlike most traditional musicals, Les Miz is mostly sung. Those who have not seen the show may want to familiarize themselves with the multi-character storylines via this handy show guide.

6. See our cool Les Miz poster. Be sure to check out our a one-of-a-kind antique Les Miz poster here at Bass Hall. It’s located on the east side of the building, on the fifth floor.

7. The show is NOT sold out. Tickets are still available right here. Please do not purchase tickets from third party ticket agencies. We cannot guarantee the tickets will be authentic!

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