A normal production of the Broadway legend Les Misérables is overtaken by a bunch of foul-mouthed puppets who want to throw a revolution of their own. Both a loving tribute and a brutal deconstruction of the “greatest musical of all time,” this show is full of clever twists on classic songs, improvisation, and audience interaction. Warning: This production contains offensive language, sexual situations, and musical theater. It should not be viewed by children. Taken from the website.
Written and directed by comedy partners Nathan Makaryk and Geneviève Flati (both cc’ed here!)—who double as the raucous Thenardiers—this irreverent parody lampoons every aspect of the famous musical, movie, and novel. Both Les Misérables enthusiasts and haters alike will love the show, which features new versions of classic songs, tons of improvisation and audience interaction. (Taken from the press release)