“Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.”

Emily Smith, Staff Writer

The Musical Theater Department at Heritage High School is at it again with another wonderful production known as Les Miserable. Believing that “not being heard is no reason for silence,” the students within the Heritage High School musical department have been working thoroughly during the summer on this amazing production. All the actors, as well as backstage crew are also highly excited to present it to the student body, as well as the community. 

Eli Brown, a former ensemble member,  has stated, “I do think regardless of time restraints it will be good because of the cast. I highly believe in the cast, and I have heard it stick to the original and for those who will see it, I think it is going to be really good.” Evan Jackson, a returning actor, expressed “I absolutely love working on this show. There is so much talent in it and I’m excited to be a part of it. I can’t wait to perform it on stage with all my friends right there.” 

The student matinees will be presented on October 31st and November 1st at the HHS theater. However, if you are unable to enjoy the production during those days or you are wanting to witness the performance over and over, there is an evening production at 7:00pm on October 31st, November 1st, and November 2nd. 

So, come visit our actors on October 31st- November 2nd and be marveled by this upcoming performance presented by the Heritage High School Musical Theater Department.