Miss Saigon Reviews
Newest Review: ... country. Kim is brought on-stage in a white gown, which covers her body, a temptation by the “Engineer” to soldiers who want a virgin. The idealistic Chris falls heavily for her and pays to keep her with him for the remaining time he has before the fall of Saigon. He even goes through a ceremony that binds him to Kim and this produces some of the best songs in the entire musical. The story picks up three years later with Kim still with the Engineer and hiding Chris’s son, Tam in the hope that one-day Chris will return for her. At this stage the audience doesn’t know why Kim has been abandoned but the Engineer sees Tam and Kim as hi... more
Customer Miss Saigon Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/01/06 (Very useful, 1236 readings)
I’ve always loved musicals, even the older (now dated) ones, such as Carousel, but from my very first trip to London to see my first modern one I was hooked for life. “Miss Saigon” was the third one I went to see and luckily it was one of the first few performances with the original cast. That was back in 1989 with my (then) partner. I went again in 1994, this time with my best friend Ann and it was almost as good as the first time. Brought to the theatre by Cameron Mackintosh, it was an instant hit and continued to run at The Drury Lane theatre in London for an astonishing ten years, with cast changes who gave wonderful performances. I think my fond memories of ... Read the complete review
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