Merely discussing Boublil and Schönberg’s legendary musical is exhausting: So far witnessed by 60 million people in 42 countries in 21 languages, with new productions continually opening around the globe, there have been 36 (!) cast recordings including symphonic versions, plus videos, special editions for school-age performers in the U.S., U.K. and Australia — and meanwhile, producer Cameron Mackintosh is currently developing the feature film. Here, we have a brand-new 25th anniversary production of the show, featuring a reworked staging and dazzling redesigned scenery (inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo himself), with a string of strong critical endorsements following in its wake. For the unindoctrinated, the show is based on Hugo’s epic 1862 novel of the same name and concerns the struggles and survival of several French characters over a 17-year period in the early 19th century. The score features modern classics such as “I Dreamed a Dream,” “On My Own,” “Bring Him Home” and others. To date, Les Misérables remains the third longest-running Broadway production of all time, and its return to Music City should both enamor older fans and satisfy newer ones.