Les Misérables School Edition


Winner of over 100 international awards and seen by over 70 million, this musical phenomenon is an epic tale of passion and redemption in the throes of revolution.


This show is rated PG-13


Musical Numbers

A word about the School Edition of Les Misérables. The School Edition is the only version that is allowed to be performed by high schools. There are not that many differences between the two. Some of the songs have been arranged in different keys to make them more manageable for high school voices. No characters or songs have been eliminated from the show, but some verses have been eliminated or cut down. For this reason, they have renamed some of the songs. In the list below, see in parenthesis the names of the songs from the original version.

Act I

Prologue (Work Song, What Have I Done)

At The End Of The Day

I Dreamed A Dream

The Docks (Lovely Ladies)

The Cart Crash (Who Am I)

Fantine's Death (The Confrontation)

Little Cosette (Castle on a Cloud)

The InnKeeper's Song (Master of the House) The Bargain

The Beggars (Look Down)

The Robbery

Stars

The ABC Café (Red and Black)

The People's Song (Do You Hear the People Sing)

Rue Plumet (In My Life)

A Heart Full Of Love

The Attack On Rue Plumet

One Day More

Act II

Building The Barricade (On My Own)

Javert At The Barricade (Little People, A Little Fall of Rain) The First Attack

The Night (Drink With Me, Bring Him Home)

The Second Attack

The Final Battle

The Sewers

Javert's Suicide (Turning)

The Café Song (Empty Chairs at Empty Tables)

Marius & Cosette

The Wedding

Epilogue


Les Mis - Character Descriptions


Les - Mis - Full Synopsis