Les Miserables at The Plaza Theatre

Les Miserables Tickets

The Plaza Theatre | El Paso, Texas

Did you hear the news that has El Paso Texas marking their calendars in anticipation? Then you must know that on Tuesday 7th April 2020 The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center is proud to host Les Miserables for a live Broadway musical show. This marks the only time this April that you can see the astounding star power, limitless passion, and relentless energy of this marvelous musical. Is it any wonder why there’s already hype and buzz about this opening night? If you haven’t already secured your seats to see this limited-time event, then what are you waiting for? Because the previews are in, and critics are calling this the can’t-miss event of 2020 and fans of astounding Broadway Musicals have taken notice and are already rushing the ticket stands. But you can get your tickets first by clicking the Buy Tickets button below. But don’t wait, because once these tickets are gone, they are gone for good!

Les Miserables at The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center

The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center is known as one of the most excellent theater houses in El Paso, Texas and one look at what they offer will tell you why. The venue is staffed by some of the most professional men and women who will enthusiasticly aid you from the moment you arrive. Whether you’re in your seat or in the lobby, you’ll be welcomed by a warm and charming atmosphere that’s complimented by deluxe surroundings designed for making you feel at home. Once you take your seat, you’ll be aware that the chairs and booths are all engineered for relaxation so that you feel like you’re on your best couch while watching the show. Then as the curtains rise you’ll notice that you are enjoying the top acoustics and sound engineering on this side of the country to deliever the best viewing experience regardless of where you’re seated. So if you want the finest musical theatre viewing experience, make sure you book a ticket to see an upcoming The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center event.

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