Miss Saigon (London, Sheffield Theatres, 2023) | Playbill

Miss Saigon


SYNOPSIS: Set in 1975 during the final days of the of the Vietnam War, Miss Saigon is an epic love story about the relationship between Chris, an American GI and Kim, a young Vietnamese woman. They are separated when the country falls, until she returns to his life years later, in this musical inspired by the opera Madame Butterfly.

Directed by Robert Hastie and Anthony Lau
Design by Ben Stones
Lighting Design by Jessica Hung Han Yun

Cast Includes Joanna Ampil, Desmonda Cathabel, Adam Colbeck-Dunn, Andrew Davison, Aynrand Ferrer, Shanay Holmes, Oscar Kong, Abel Law, Jessica Lee, Ethan Le Phong, Lavinia Mai, Christian Maynard, Patrick Munday, Emily Ooi, Shane O'Riordan, Rachel Jayne Picar, Ericka Posadas, Aharon Rayner, Ernest Stroud, Rumi Sutton, Callum Tempest, Danny Whelan, Riley Woodford, Iverson Yabut



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