Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Miss Saigon - 2017 - Broadway

$49-$149

Direct from its smash London run, Cameron Mackintosh's stunning new production of Boublil and Schonberg's legendary musical Miss Saigon lands on Broadway in March, 2017, featuring its acclaimed stars Eva Noblezada and Jon Jon Briones.



Set in 1975 during the final days of the American occupation of Saigon, Miss Saigon is an epic love story about the relationship between an American GI and a young Vietnamese woman. Orphaned by war, 17-year-old Kim is forced to work as a bar girl in a sleazy Saigon nightclub, owned by a notorious wheeler-dealer known as "The Engineer." John, an American GI, buys his friend Chris the services of Kim for the night- a night that will change their lives forever.



Don't miss this "thrilling, soaring and spectacular" (The Times of London) musical when it returns to Broadway this spring for a limited engagement.

Schedule

Running Time: Two hours and 40 minutes, with one intermission

Broadway Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
1681 Broadway Seating Chart

Featured Reviews For Miss Saigon


Miss Saigon - TimeOut NY
To be fair, the American figures are just as laughable and flat as their Vietnamese counterparts (let's not forget that Frenchmen wrote this and the British produced it). Les Misérables is also broad and melodramatic, but a better source and greater historical distance mitigates its sanctimonious patches. However, like Les Miz, Miss Saigon is ultimately stranded between extremes of cynicism and idealism: the Engineer's cartoonish hunger for American-style excess versus Kim's bland, maternal purity. What's lost in between is humanity or ambiguity, songs to tell us more about the characters' past, their quirks or inner nuances. Instead, stereotyped villains and victims shout-sing at each others' faces or collapse and bellow, "Nooooo!" (twice). Diversity on Broadway should be celebrated, but give actors of color characters we all can care about.

Miss Saigon: EW stage review - Entertainment Weekly
Eva Noblezada, this production's Kim, makes her Broadway debut and is probably the show's biggest wow (sorry, helicopter). Her voice doesn't falter as she rips through power ballad after power ballad. Her Chris, Alistair Brammer, is solid if a bit out-performed by his costars. In general, this new iteration, under the direction of Laurence Connor (School of Rock), has a more appropriately gritty feel than the show had in the '90s, from the physical set to the portrayal of Americans and the consequences of war. Still, it's a pretty darn schmaltzy show to begin with.


 



 

Category:
by BWW News Desk - January 14, 2018
This is the hour! Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed new production of Boublil and Sch nberg's legendary musical Miss Saigon plays its final Broadway performance today, January 14, 2018, after 340 performances.
by Half Hour Call with Chris King - November 20, 2017
Today's guest is Eva Noblezada. Eva is currently staring as Kim in MISS SAIGON on Broadway. This episode you find out how she went from being a 17-year-old junior in High School to becoming a Tony nominated actress all within four years!
by Broadwaysted - October 4, 2017
This week we're thanking the 'Sun and Moon' that we get to sit down and share some laughs with the incredible Katie Rose Clarke from the current Broadway revival of MISS SAIGON!
by BWW News Desk - September 26, 2017
NFL players across the country have been taking a knee in a show of solidarity against President Donald Trump, who said players that kneel during the National Anthem to protest racial inequality should be fired. The company of Broadway's MISS SAIGON took their final bow from their knees last night in solidarity with the players - watch the video below!
by Alexa Criscitiello - September 12, 2017
Just last week, BroadwayWorld took you backstage at MISS SAIGON to get up close and personal with Allistair Brammer.
by Stage Tube - September 8, 2017
Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed production of Boublil and Schonberg's legendary musical MISS SAIGON has just released a new music video of "The Movie In My Mind" featuring Tony nominee Eva Noblezada and original Broadway revival cast member Rachelle Ann Go.
by Danielle Ashley - August 2, 2017
Eva Noblezada is living the American dream. She may be just a Broadway baby, but after making her debut at the age of 21, the Miss Saigon star has earned a Tony Award nomination for her portrayal of Kim.
by BWW News Desk - July 12, 2017
The cast of Miss Saigon on Broadway will be live at The Green Room 42, singing 'whatever they want' to benefit the National Asian Artists Project on August 6 at 8 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - June 11, 2017
The cast of MISS SAIGON performed on tonight's TONY AWARDS. Watch the performance below! 
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - June 8, 2017
Eva Noblezada is living the American dream. She may be just a Broadway baby, but after making her debut at the age of 21, the Miss Saigon star has earned a Tony Award for her portrayal of Kim. Below, watch as she explains to Richard Ridge how she ended up at the Broadway Theatre and why she never thought it would happen!
by Stage Tube - May 26, 2017
Welcome to BroadwayWorld's Tony Award Countdown: 30 Days of TONY, a loving look at some of the most memorable moments from Tony's history featuring today's nominees!
by Walter McBride - May 20, 2017
On May 3, the 2017 Tony nominees flocked to the Sofitel New York, where they met with the press for the first time since getting the big news. BroadwayWorld will continue bringing you coverage from the epic day over the next month, but for now, check out photos of Best Performance by and Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical nominee for Miss Saigon- Eva Noblezada, as captured by Walter McBride!
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 12, 2017
What's it like to be nominated for a Tony for your Broadway debut? Well, Eva Noblezada, who's nominated for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in MISS SAIGON, is pinching herself to this day. Watch below, as she talks about how she still feels like she's dreaming and what moment changed her life forever! 
by Caryn Robbins - May 10, 2017
Today, Rachelle Ann Go speaks to BWW about making her Broadway debut in MISS SAIGON and explains why it was just like living 'the movie in my mind.'