Directed by Stafford Arima with choreography by Bob Richard and musical direction by Andrew Bryan, the limited engagement is scheduled to continue through Aug. 28.
The cast of the Alain Boublil-Claude-Michel Schönberg musical is headed by Kevin Gray as The Engineer, Ma-Anne Dionisio as Kim, Eric Kunze as Chris, Josh Tower as John, Michael K. Lee as Thuy, Misty Cotton as Ellen and Aiden Kusaba as Tam.
The ensemble includes Jenn Aédo, Deanna Aguinaga, Billy Bustamante, Louise Marie Cornillez, Dexter Echiverri, Drew Franklin, Anne Fraser Thomas, Luke Hawkins, Peter King-Yuen, Jeff Kuhr, Jared Lee, Sophie Oda, Rumi Oyama, Jeffrey Pew, Ray A. Rochelle, Peyton Royal, Marcus Shane and John B. Williford.
Miss Saigon debuted on Broadway on March 23, 1991, and ran through Jan. 28, 2001. Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and directed by Nicholas Hytner, the pop opera won Tony Awards for three of its original stars, Jonathan Pryce, Hinton Battle and Lea Salonga. Songs titles include "Sun and Moon," "I Still Believe," "Why God Why," "I'd Give My Life For You," "Now That I’ve Seen Her" and "The American Dream."
The Music Circus season is presented by California Musical Theatre under the direction of executive producer Richard Lewis.
The Music Circus is located at 1419 H Street in Sacramento, CA. For ticket information call (916) 557-1999 or visit www.californiamusicaltheatre.com for more information.