Why See Miss Saigon?
the hit epic rETURns TO BROADWAY!
It's been a long time coming, but the hit London-born musical Miss Saigon lights up Broadway once again, following a phenomenal run in the West End. Starring the new revival production are leads Alistair Brammer as Chris and North Carolina-born Eva Noblezada as Kim, who experience the heady love story amidst the last days of Saigon, complete with a revamped helicopter scene to take your breath away. Nominated for two 2017 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical!
WHAT IS Miss Saigon ABOUT?
Based on Puccini's operatic masterpiece Madame Butterfly, and set in the final days of the Vietnam War, Miss Saigon charts the burgeoning romance of an American GI, Chris, and a vulnerable local girl, Kim, who works in a steamy Saigon go-go bar. From the moment they meet, Chris is immediately drawn to her, determined to protect her from the horror surrounding them.
After spending the night together, Chris and Kim realise they cannot ignore how strongly they both feel and pledge their love to each other. However, not even their love is enough to keep the Vietnam War at bay forever, and when Saigon falls, Chris is forced to flee the country. Kim awaits Chris' return for years - but he has since found a new wife back in America. Will Chris return to Kim, or abandon the life they created to the mercy of the Vietcong?
HISTORY IN THE MAKING
Impeccable singing and set design work hand-in-hand to bring the hardship and passion of Boublil and Schonberg's legendary musical to life in this 25th-anniversary revival by Cameron Mackintosh. Miss Saigon was created by the team behind the international hit, Les Miserables, and debuted in London over two decades ago. Now the iconic tragedy is reinvented for a modern audience, and returns to the Great White Way for the first time since 2001!
Previews from: 1 March 2017
Performance date: 23 March 2017
Suitable for ages 12+ due to mature themes
Two hours and 40 minutes with a 15-minute intermission
And before you stop reading
The images above are taken from the London revival production
Cast and Creative
Eva Noblezada as Kim
Alistair Brammer as Chris
Jon Jon Briones as The Engineer
Rachelle Ann Go as Gigi
Devin Ilaw as Thuy
Katie Rose Clark as Ellen
Nicholas Christopher as John
Jace Chen, Suri Chen, Gregory Ye and Samuel Li Weintraub as Tam
Lianah Sta. Ana will play the role of Kim at certain performances.
Carol Angeli, Emily Bautista, Mike Baerga, Billy Bustamante, Viveca Chow, Julian DeGuzman, Colby Dezelick, Taurean Everett, Paige Faure, Graham Scott Fleming, Casey Garvin, Nkrumah Gatling, Dan Horn, Ericka Hunter, Adam Kaokept, Lina Lee, Paul HeeSang Miller, Robert Pendilla, Catherine Ricafort, Casey Lee Ross, Jason Sermonia, Julius Sermonia, Antoine L. Smith, Sam Strasfeld, Tiffany Toh, Kimberly-Ann Truong, Kei Tsuruharatani, Christopher Vo, Travis Ward-Osborne, Charlie Williams, Anna-Lee Wright, Warren Yang, and Minami Yusui
Music by Claude-Michel Schonberg
Lyrics by Richard Maltby Jnr and Alain Boublil
Directed by Laurence Connor
Musical Staging by Bob Avian
Additional Choreography by Geoffrey Garratt
Production Design by Totie Driver and Matt Kinley
Costume Design by Andreane Neofitou
Orchestrations by William David Brohn
Lighting Design by Bruno Poet
Sound Design by Mick Potter
2017 Tony Nominations
Best Revival of a Musical
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical - Eva Noblezada
2017 Drama Desk Nominations
Outstanding Actor in a Musical - Jon Jon Briones
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