The Miss Saigon marquee is lit up at the Broadway Theatre.
The Miss Saigon marquee is lit up at the Broadway Theatre.
(© David Gordon)

The marquee is up for the new Broadway revival of Boublil and Schönberg's iconic musical Miss Saigon. The production will run at the Broadway Theatre, the show's original New York home, beginning March 1 with an opening on March 23. Laurence Connor directs.

As previously announced, Jon Jon Briones, Eva Noblezada, Alistair Brammer, and Rachelle Ann Go, who originated the roles of the Engineer, Kim, Chris, and Gigi in the recent West End revival, will reprise their roles in New York. The principal cast also includes Katie Rosie Clarke as Ellen, Nicholas Christopher as John, and Devin Ilaw as Thuy.

The ensemble is made up of Carol Angeli, Emily Bautista, Mike Baerga, Billy Bustamante, Viveca Chow, Julian DeGuzman, Colby Dezelick, Taurean Everett, Paige Faure, Graham Scott Fleming, Casey Garvin, Nkrumah Gatling, Dan Horn, Ericka Hunter, Adam Kaokept, Lina Lee, Paul HeeSang Miller, Robert Pendilla, Catherine Ricafort, Casey Lee Ross, Jason Sermonia, Julius Sermonia, Antoine L. Smith, Sam Strasfeld, Tiffany Toh, Kimberly-Ann Truong, Kei Tsuruharatani, Christopher Vo, Travis Ward-Osborne, Charlie Williams, Anna-Lee Wright, Warren Yang, and Minami Yusui. In addition, Lianah Sta. Ana will play the role of Kim at certain performances.

Miss Saigon returns to Broadway on March 1.
Miss Saigon returns to Broadway on March 1.
(© David Gordon)

Miss Saigon features a book and lyrics by Alain Boublil, book and music by Claude-Michel Schonberg, lyrics by Richard Maltby Jr., and additional lyrics by Michael Mahler. Inspired by Puccini's Madama Butterfly, the musical tells the story of Kim, a young woman who falls for an American GI named Chris, as their lives are torn apart by the fall of Saigon.

Production design is by Totie Driver and Matt Kinley based on an original concept by Adrian Vaux, costume design is by Andreane Neofitou, lighting design is by Bruno Poet, sound design is by Mick Potter, and orchestrations are by William David Brohn. Bob Avian provides the musical staging, with Geoffrey Garratt providing additional choreography.

The Broadway run will be limited through January 15, 2018, before launching a national tour later that year in Providence, Rhode Island. It will also play engagements in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Toronto, Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and more than 50 additional cities.

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