A tragedy of passion and beauty, Miss Saigon is one of the most stunning theatrical spectacles of all time. Nominated for an incredible number of Olivier, Tony and Drama Desk Awards, Miss Saigon is the second massively successful offering from the creators of Les Misérables, Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil.
In the turmoil of the Vietnam War, Chris, an American soldier, and Kim, a Vietnamese girl, fall in love and marry but are distressingly separated when Saigon falls. As years pass, Chris, unable to contact Kim, remarries and attempts to move on with his life. Kim, however, gives birth to Chris' son and waits faithfully for Chris' return. When circumstances bring Chris back to Vietnam, he learns the truth but, before he is able to speak with Kim, she takes her own life to ensure that their son will be taken back to America with his father.
Miss Saigon is an epic, daring musical that is universal in its emotional power. The sung-through, pop-inflected score gives a multi-ethnic cast of strong singers ample opportunities to shine. Meanwhile, its fluid cinematic structure gives directors and designers a field day.
17th-26th October 2019
Geoffrey McComas Theatre, Scotch College, Hawthorn
|Musical Director||Tim Verdon|
|Assistant Director||Curtis Mason|
|Assistant Musical Director||Ned Dixon|
|Assistant Choreographer||Bryce Dunn|
|Set Designer||Richard Perdiau|
|Assistant Set Designer||Jodi Hope|
|Costume Designer||Louise Parsons|
|Assistant Costume Designers||Moni Langford, Tori Adams|
|Production Manager||Tristan Lawrence|
|Stage Manager||David Barrell|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Emily Gregg|
|Props Master/Assistant Stage Manager||Arlene Miller|
|Technical Manager||Damien Calvert|