Twenty-five years since it first raised its curtain at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane (now home to Sam Mendes' Charlie and the Chocolate Factory), Miss Saigon has reopened in the West End at the Prince Edward Theatre. This moving love story set amid the turmoil of the Vietnam war continues to capture audiences around the world.
Last week, the Prince Edward Theatre opened the show and it has already been embraced by a new generation of theatre enthusiasts, prompting the production to extend its run until 25 April 2015.
"This show seems to have a stronger rapport with the audience than it did 25 years ago," said West End legend Sir Cameron Mackintosh, after the opening night at the Prince Edward Theatre.
A new slew of international performers headline Miss Saigon for its 25 Anniversary, including theatre newbie Eva Noblezada playing the lead character, Kim and Alistair Brammer as the American GI, Chris, who Kim falls in love with.
Joining them are Jon Jon Briones as the Engineer, who has subsequently played the role in Germany, US Tour, Asian Tour, and most recently at the UK Tour. Philippine pop star Rachelle Ann Go takes on the role of Gigi Van Tranh after a successful audition in the Philippines.
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