Why I Love the 10th Anniversary Production of LES MISÉRABLES’ 17 International Valjeans Sing ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’ 

Hallo, Leute! This week I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about LES MIZ and I rewatched the 10th Anniversary production DVD. And thus, I was given a very friendly reminder of the fact that for the 10th Anniversary, 17 different Valjeans from around the world sang “Do You Hear the People Sing.”

And man, that part of the celebration is just so amazing. Really. I love that segment so much. We see so many countries taking part in the celebration and I feel like this is very significant and very, very telling of what an amazing, impactful show LES MIZ is. It’s been performed all over the world and is a story that people internationally have been able to connect to and unite under. I think that’s such an amazing thing.

One of the things that I love so much about LES MIZ is that it is such a wondeful show that unites the world together and the 17 Valjeans from around the world singing “Do You Hear the People Sing” is a wonderful manifestation of that.

Here’s a video of the segment: https://youtu.be/KPpkTgMbhRU

What do you think of the 17 International Valjeans singing “Do You Hear the People Sing?” Danke und tschüss!

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10 thoughts on “Why I Love the 10th Anniversary Production of LES MISÉRABLES’ 17 International Valjeans Sing ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’ 

      1. That means I have seen four Jean Valjean’s, four Javerts, four Fantines, four Marius’, four Cosettes, three Eponines, four Monsieur Thenardiers, four Madame Thenardiers, and four Enjolras

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      2. The movie actually led me to watch the 25th anniversary concert. When I discovered that the actress who played Eponine in the movie played her in the 25th anniversary concert, I knew I wanted to see that concert because I loved how she played Eponine in that movie.

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