Composer: Claude-Michel Schoenberg
Lyricist: Alain Boublil; Herbert Kretzmer

Opened: October 8, 1985, Barbicon Centre, London, transferred to the Palace Theatre on December 4, 1985, and transferred to the Queen's Theatre on April 3, 2004; March 12, 1987, Broadway Theatre, N.Y.C. and transferred to the Imperial Theatre on October 17, 1990
Performances: 63 (Barbicon Centre); Palace Theatre (still running); 6680 (Broadway)

Note: Only recordings of material written after the original Broadway production are listed below.

Suddenly (written for the 2012 film version):

1. Les Miserables, CD/Republic B0018270-02 (Hugh Jackman with orchestra conducted by Stephen Brooker)
2. Les Miserables, CD/Republic B0018270-02 (Eddie Redmayne and Amanda Seyfried with orchestra conducted by Stephen Brooker) (reprise)
3. Bring Him Home, CD/Sain SCD2746 (John Owen-Jones wih John Quirk, piano, and Margaret Scourse and Peter Thewless, strings)