Miss Saigon

(Premiere 2014)
DIRECTOR Laurence Connor
DESIGNER Andreane Neofitou
THEATRE Prince Edward
THEATRE COMPANY Prince Edward
DESCRIPTION
One of London's favourite musicals Miss Saigon brings its epic love story, set during the Vietnam War, back to the West End.
This new production, created a decade ago to enable greater touring, features a recently written new song, Maybe, which has previously only been performed in Dutch and Japanese productions. The famous score also includes numbers such as The Heat Is On In Saigon, Sun And Moon and This Is The Hour.
WTDir RATING:

Country: United Kingdom

Runtime: 170 min

CAST (ACTORS | DANCERS | SINGERS)

Simon Hardwick | Swing
Singer
Kurt Kansley | Marine / Schultz / Understudy - John
Ensemble
Christian Rey Marbella | The Engineer
Singer
Chris Peluso | Chris
Singer
Hugh Maynard | John
Singer
Mitch Leow | Swing
Singer
Ethan Le Phong | Swing / Understudy - Thuy
Singer
Marsha Songcome | Mimi / Patpong Street Worker / Moulin Rouge Club Dancer / Understudy - Gigi
Ensemble
Nathan Graham | Marine
Ensemble
Aaron Lee Lambert | Marine / Understudy - John
Ensemble
Liam Marcellino | Marine / Understudy - Chris
Ensemble
Jon Jon Briones | The Engineer
Singer
Singer
Singer
Natalie Mendoza | Gigi / Patpong Street Worker
Singer
Kanako Nakando | Yvonne / Patpong Street Worker / Moulin Rouge Club Dancer / Understudy - Gigi
Ensemble
Maria Graciano | Fifi / Patpong Street Worker
Ensemble
Thao Nguyen | Dominique / Patpong Street Worker / Moulin Rouge Club Dancer
Ensemble
Eloisa Amalia Tan | Yvette / Patpong Street Worker / Moulin Rouge Club Dancer
Ensemble
Natalie Chua | Bar Girl / Patpong Street Worker / Understudy - Ellen
Ensemble
Sooha Kim | Bar Girl / Understudy - Kim
Ensemble
Claire Parrish | Bar Girl / Understudy - Ellen
Ensemble
Katherine Picar | Bar Girl / Patpong Street Worker / Moulin Rouge Club Worker
Ensemble
Michael Carolan | Marine
Ensemble
Richard Carson | Marine / Understudy - Chris
Ensemble
Callum Evans | Marine
Ensemble
Kiel Payton | Marine
Ensemble
Jon Reynolds | Marine
Ensemble
Yuval Zoref | Marine
Ensemble
David Kar-Hing Lee | Barman/ Patpong Street Worker
Ensemble
Gerald Zarcilla | Barman / Vietnamese Army Soldier
Ensemble
Ariel Reonal | Officer of the South Vietnamese Army / Assistant Commissar / Patpong Street Worker
Ensemble
Kittiphun Kittipakapom | Vietnamese Customer / Vietnamese Army Soldier / Understudy - Thuy
Ensemble
Michael Macalintal | Vietnamese Customer / Vietnamese Army Soldier / Patpong Street Worker
Ensemble
Thao Vilayvong | Vietnamese Customer / Vietnamese Army Soldier / Patpong Street Worker
Ensemble
Amadeus Williams | Vietnamese Customer / Vietnamese Army Soldier
Ensemble
Sangwoong Jo | Thuy
Singer
Siobhan Dillion | Ellen
Singer
Singer
Chloe Caccam | Tam
Singer
Singer
Singer
Singer
Lanna Poon | Tam
Singer
James Preou | Tam
Singer
Paul Sarte | Tam
Singer
Romeo Salazar | Vietnamese Army Soldier / Owner of the Moulin Rouge / Understudy - The Engineer
Ensemble
Ela Lisondra | Swing
Singer
Saori Oda | Swing
Singer
Gavin Tsang | Swing
Singer

Creatives

Director | Laurence Connor
Playwright | Alain Boublil
Musical Director | Adam Rowe
Costume Designer | Andreane Neofitou
Lighting Designer | Bruno Poet
Choreographer | Geoffrey Garratt
Sound Designer | Mick Potter
Wig Supervisor | Stefan Musch
Associate Director | Jean-Pierre Van Der Spuy
Casting Director | Trevor Jackson
Casting Director | Paul Wooller
Assistant Musical Director | Mark Bousie
Lyricist | Alain Boublil
Lyricist | Richard Maltby Jr
Lyricist | Michael Mahler
Musical Supervisor | Stephen Brooker
Musical Supervisor | John Rigby
Orchestrator | William David Brohn

Production

Wardrobe Mistress | Jessica Barthropp
Company Manager | Katy Bryant
Wardrobe Assistant | Ashleigh Cherry , India Gaythwaite
Deputy Wardrobe Supervisor | Clare Pegg
Assistant Stage Manager | Tom Leggat , David Kane , Alice Wilson
Stage Manager | Simon Wood
Deputy Stage Manager | Natasha Gooden
Sound Operator | Kevin Bennett , Eve Curzon
Automation Technician | Oliver Burns , David McDonagh
Producer | Cameron Mackintosh
Head of Sound | Ben Evans

Opera

Orchestra Manager | Sylvia Addison

Orchestra

Woodwinds

Clarinets (in C, B♭, or A) | Steve Moss
cor anglais (English horn) | Dan Bates
Piccolo | Sarah Manship

other wind (aerophones)

Saxophone / alto | Steve Moss
Bass trombone | Adrian Hallowell
Trombone | Adrian Hallowell
Oboe | Dan Bates
Flugelhorn | Russell Bennett
Horn/French horn | John Davy , Dave Oxley
Trumpet | Russell Bennett

Percussion

Strings

Double bass | Beth Simmons
Cello (violoncello) | Julia Graham
Viola | Reiad Chibah
Bass guitar | Beth Simmons

Keyboards

PHOTOS

TRAILER

DETAILS

PERFORMANCE TYPE: MUSICAL

THEATRES

Prince Edward, 03/05/2014 - 27/02/2016

THEATRE COMPANIES

REVIEWS

'Tremendously slick'
'superbly slick'
'an old tale put across with exemplary vigour'
'Saved by the helicopter – and the Statue of Liberty!'
'I had not seen or heard Miss Saigon since the tumultuous opening night at Drury Lane, and while Laurence Connor's competent revival presses most of the right buttons in this melodramatic re-write of ...

STORYLINE

In the final days of the US occupation of Saigon, American GI Chris is bought the services of 17-year-old war orphan Kim for one night. Both are reluctant participants in this enforced tryst, yet that night is the trigger for a tragic story that spans continents and changes lives forever.