The Locust Valley High School Jesters transformed the school’s auditorium into a scene from 19th Century France as they gave a moving performance of Les Misérables.

Nearly 70 students showed off their acting and singing talents to tell the story of convict Jean Valjean’s life after being released from prison and subsequently breaking his parole. Audiences were mesmerized by the dramatic and intense acting, which rivaled that of professional theater groups. Right down to the crew, the show was a perfect hit throughout three weekend performances.