This year’s Broadway in El Paso season is cut short due to the novel coronavirus as the production of Les Misérables in El Paso is officially canceled.

Sadly with the ongoing pandemic, Cameron Macintosh’s acclaimed, record-breaking North American touring production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's musical Les Misérables will remain closed and postpone all current touring engagements until further notice.

The statement released by Broadway in El Paso states: "The health and safety of the audiences, theatre employees, cast, crew, and musicians are of top priority. Due to the unprecedented global COVID-19 health crisis, the producers have had to re-examine the production’s touring schedule."

Les Misérables was initially rescheduled at the Plaza Theatre, June 7-12, 2021 however now those performances have been officially canceled. Refunds will be available at point of purchase and automatically issued for phone and Ticketmaster orders.

The remaining productions of Broadway in El Paso productions slated for this year have been postponed for 2021 and include STOMP and Waitress.

For season ticket holders – hang on to your tickets because they will be good for the upcoming rescheduled dates.

  • STOMP: April 20 - 21, 2021
  • Waitress: July 17, 2021, with 2 Performances

For ticket holders who would like a refund on either production of STOMP or Waitress can automatically receive a refund for their online or phone purchases. Ticketholders can call the Plaza Theatre Box Office at 915-231-1100. If tickets were bought in person you must return to the Plaza Theatre Box Office with tickets in hand for a complete refund.

The Plaza Theatre Box Office is located at 125 Pioneer Plaza in downtown El Paso and is open Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more details CLICK HERE.


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