Award-winning musical “Miss Saigon” returns to Singapore

by Shane Jhastin Picson
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The long-running and award-winning musical, Miss Saigon, will be making its highly-anticipated return to Singapore after 23 years. First performed at the Kallang Theatre in 2001, Miss Saigon is set to be performed at the Marina Bay Sands from August 15 until September 22, 2024.

The musical is produced by Cameron Mackintosh and will feature the amazing talents of Sydney-based actress Abigail Adriano as Kim, alongside Seann Miley Moore as The Engineer, Nigel Huckle as Chris, Sarah Morrison as Ellen, and Laurence Mossman as Thuy. Singaporean-raised actress Louisa Vilinne will also be performing as an alternate actress for Kim. 

This iteration of Miss Saigon is part of a production that made its first stop in Sydney last August which was followed with a scintillating performance in Manila this March, before finally making its way to Singapore in August.

Photo from GMG Productions

Photo from GMG Productions

The iconic musical, which made its theatrical debut at the West End in 1989, follows the tragic love story between an American soldier named Chris and a Vietnamese girl named Kim during the height of the Vietnam War. The critically-acclaimed musical explores themes of love, loss, and the lasting impact of war on both its willing and unwilling participants. 

Over its several shows and many revivals throughout the years, the musical has been staged in over 32 countries and 350 cities, and has been seen by over 38 million people worldwide garnering multiple recognitions and accolades along the way. Previous productions of the musical featured performances from an impressive array of actors and actresses such as Lea Salonga, Joanna Ampil, Eva Noblezeda, Simon Bowman, Jonathan Pryce, Jon Jon Briones, and more.

Immerse yourself in a heart-wrenching tale where love and loss collide amidst the backdrop of war. For more ticketing information, visit the Marina Bay Sands website.

Are you excited to experience the triumphant return of “Miss Saigon” to Singapore? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

 

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