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Musical (1989)

Musique: Claude-Michel Schonberg
Paroles: Alain Boublil • Richard Jr Maltby
Livret: Alain Boublil • Claude-Michel Schonberg

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Prince Edward Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 1 an 9 mois 1 semaine
Nombre :
Première Preview : samedi 03 mai 2014
Première : mercredi 21 mai 2014
Dernière : samedi 27 février 2016
Mise en scène : Laurence Connor
Chorégraphie : Bob Avian • Geoffrey Garratt
Avec : Eva Noblezada (Kim), Jon Jon Briones (Engineer), Alistair Brammer (Chris), Hugh Maynard (John),Tamsin Carroll (Ellen), Rachelle Ann Go (GiGi), Julia Abueva, Natalie Chua, Jon-Scott Clark, Rob Compton , Callum Francis, Ashley Gilmour, Maria Graciano, Simon Hardwick, Jack Harrison-Cooper, Matthew Jeans, Kurt Kansley, Kittiphun Kittipakapom, David Lee, Mitch Leow, Ela Lisondra, Tanya Manalang, Christian Rey Marbella, Kanako Nakano, Thao Therese Nguyen, Saori Oda, Ariel Reonal, Jon Reynolds, Romeo Salazar, Jordan Shaw, Marsha Songcome, Eloisa Amalia Tan, Christian Tanamal, Thao Vilayvong, Amadeus Williams, Gerald Zarcilla.
Presse : "Laurence Connor’s production has a cinematic fluency and he keeps the dramatic tension simmering throughout. For all its many merits, however, I find it easier to admire Miss Saigon than to love it." Charles Spencer for Daily Telegraph

"I can't say I was deeply moved, unlike the lady in front of me forever dabbing her eyes, but I came away feeling this is a successful variation on an old tale and put across with exemplary vigour." Michael Billington for The Guardian

"The revelation is Eva Noblezada in her professional debut as Kim. Combining innocence with an incredible vocal range she is the human heart of an impressive production that is fundamentally opera for people who don’t like opera. A stone cold hit." Neil Norman for The Express

"Sir Cameron Mackintosh’s revival of the 1980s musical Miss Saigon is staged with such insistent extravagance that it bludgeons its way to success. Great art? Nope. But big theatre." Quentin Letts for The Daily Mail

"The result is a show of high-stakes intensity, which vividly dramatises private passions against a striking historical background. And its most notable feature is 18-year-old Noblezada (Kim), who seems a remarkable find." Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard