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‘Les Mis’ a large-scale spectacle

Show brings big set pieces, big sales to Proctors

Percussionist Eric Borghi arranges his instruments as preparations for "Les Miserables" are made Tuesday at Proctors.
Percussionist Eric Borghi arranges his instruments as preparations for "Les Miserables" are made Tuesday at Proctors.
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It’s a good thing Proctors’ stage is so much bigger now. The biggest prop in “Les Misérables” stretches across the entire stage, from end to end, and all the way up the lights — and that’s not the only impressively huge prop in the show. After 11 hours of hard labor Monday and Tuesday, 80 stagehands had hauled in most of the set pieces and hung the imposing tower doors that open and shut in ...


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