Signature Theatre's all-new production of the award-winning musical Miss Saigon, which is directed by Signature artistic director Eric Schaeffer, begins performances in the MAX Theatre Aug. 16, one day later than originally announced.
The cast is led by Diana Huey as Kim, Jason Michael Evans as Chris and Thom Sesma as the Engineer. They are joined by Erin Driscoll as Ellen, Chris Sizemore as John and Christopher Mueller as Tuey.
Cheryl Daro plays Gigi. Stephen Gregory Smith, James Gardiner, Gannon O’Brien, Vincent Kempski, Nicholas Yenson, Kevin Kulp, Ryan Sellers, Katie Mariko Murray, Tamara Young and Eunice Bae round out the cast.
This production also premieres the new song “Maybe,” written for the character of Ellen.
"Audiences are in for an amazing experience – the reinvention of a beloved musical," said artistic director Schaeffer in a recent statement. "Signature is pulling out all the stops on this production with a terrific cast, full-size orchestra, and a set that engulfs the entire 276 seat theatre. I can think of no better way to kick off our 24th season than with a new environmental production of Miss Saigon.”
The creative team also includes Karma Camp (choreographer), Adam Koch (scenic designer), Frank Labowitz (costume designer), Chris Lee (lighting designer), Matt Rowe (sound designer) and Anne Nesmith (wig designer). Gabriel Mangiante is the music director, and Kerry Epstein is production stage manager.
Created by the acclaimed writers of Les Miserables, this modern, rock-infused adaptation of Puccini’s 1904 opera Madame Butterfly "explores the ongoing impact of love, loss, and the collision of cultures during the Vietnam War," according to press notes.
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Here Lies Love
On The Town
Piece of My Heart
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Sex With Strangers
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The Good and The True
This is Our Youth
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