Miss Saigon

Miss Saigon

Broadway
Musical
Original
SYNOPSIS: Set in 1975 during the final days of the of the Vietnam War, Miss Saigon is an epic love story about the relationship between Chris, an American GI and Kim, a young Vietnamese woman. They are separated when the country falls, until she returns to his life years later, in this musical inspired by the opera Madame Butterfly.
People (494)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
1991 Outstanding Actor in a Musical Winner
1991 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Winner
1991 Outstanding Lighting Design Winner
1991 Outstanding Orchestrations Winner
Outer Critics Circle
1991 Outstanding Actor in a Musical Winner
1991 Outstanding Actress in a Musical Winner
1991 Outstanding Director Nominee
1991 Outstanding New Broadway Musical Winner
Theatre World Awards
1991 Theatre World Award Winner
Tony Award
1991 Best Actor in a Musical Winner
1991 Best Actress in a Musical Winner
1991 Best Book of a Musical Nominee
1991 Best Choreography Nominee
1991 Best Direction of a Musical Nominee
1991 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Winner
1991 Best Featured Actor in a Musical Nominee
1991 Best Original Score Nominee
1991 Lighting Design (Play or Musical) Nominee
1991 Musical Nominee
1991 Scenic Design (Play or Musical) Nominee

QUICK STATS

(as of Jan 28, 2001) Total Current Gross: $285,843,972 Highest Weekly Gross: $472,380 (Week Ending Jun 23, 1996)   Average Ticket Price: $46.18 Average % Capacity: 85.62%

Grosses

Week Ending Week Number This Week Gross Potential Gross Diff $ Avg Ticket Top Ticket Seats Sold Seats in Theatre Perfs Previews % Cap This Week Diff % cap
Jan 28, 2001 35 $895,875.00 $629,523.00 $155,756.00 $65.71 $85.00 13634 1743 8 0 97.78% 8.35%
Jan 21, 2001 34 $740,119.00 $629,523.00 $29,433.00 $59.35 $85.00 12470 1743 8 0 89.43% 2.31%
Jan 14, 2001 33 $710,686.00 $629,523.00 -$8,088.00 $58.50 $85.00 12148 1743 8 0 87.12% -1.36%
Jan 7, 2001 32 $718,774.00 $629,523.00 -$230,949.00 $58.26 $85.00 12338 1743 8 0 88.48% -7.83%
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