Translated to the best of my abilities:
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the musical Les Misérables by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg, a brand new canadian production will be presented from next July a the Royal Alexandra Theatre in Toronto.
The last visit from Les Misérables in Toronto goes back to 2005, when a north-american tour had stopped in the Queen City. This time around, it won't be a tour but a new production with a brand new staging and new sets based on paintings by Victor Hugo, the famous author of novel Les Misérables, on which the musical is based. This new edition will be entitled to an all-Canadian cast.
The 25th anniversary edition of Les Misérables, produced by Cameron Mackintosh, has already been hailed by critics and sold out in United Kingdom, Spain and throughout the United States. Cameron Mackintosh said he's been surprised by the public reaction to this new adaption, which received nothing but praise so far. ''The success of this production has exceeded all my expectations. It's been acclaimed and adopted both by fans of ''Les Miz'' and by all those new audiences everywhere we go'', has he declared in a press release.
He's keeping his eyes wide open for new canadian talents and hopes to find gems for this production. It was whispered that he would like to have in his ranks no other than the Canadian Justin Bieber...
The ''master'' of musical theatre in Toronto, David Mirvish, whose company Mirvish Productions will present the play, is very happy to put on this revised version that will be presented exactly 22 years after the very fist canadian version... which was held on March 5th, 1989, at the same theatre.
Sorry if a big part of this is only information that everyone already knows... and as for Justin Bieber... I hope it was a joke.