Date(s) - Aug 23, 2011 - Aug 28, 2011
Various Times
Location - Wells Fargo Pavilion

One of the most stunning theatrical spectacles of all time, Miss Saigon, made its Music Circus premiere August 23-28. From the creators of Les Misérables, the classic Puccini opera Madame Butterfly is brought into modern times to 1970s Saigon during the Vietnam War.

The epic tragedy follows Chris, an American G.I., and Kim, a Vietnamese bar girl, as they meet and fall in love in Vietnam in 1975 during the final days of the American occupation. After they are torn apart and Chris returns to America, their worlds collide once again years later.

The 10th longest-running show on Broadway, Miss Saigon will mesmerize audiences with its tale of doomed romance and ultimate sacrifice.

Lyrics by Alain Boublil and Richard Maltby Jr. Music by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg.

Based on the opera “Madame Butterfly” by Giacomo Puccini.



Director – Stafford Arima
Choreographer – Bob Richard
Production Stage Manager – Craig A. Horness
Musical Director – Andrew Bryan
Costume Designer – Angela Enos
Scenic Designer – Stephen Gifford
Lighting Designer – Martin E. Vreeland
Sound Designer – Robert Sereno
Assistant Stage Manager – Katherine Cannon
Hair, Wig and Makeup Designer – Judi Lewin

Jenn Aédo (Ensemble)
Deanna Aguinaga (Ensemble)
Billy Bustamante (Ensemble)
Louise Marie Cornillez (Ensemble)
Misty Cotton (Ellen)
Ma-Anne Dionisio (Kim)
Dexter Echiverri (Ensemble)
Drew Franklin (Ensemble)
Kevin Gray (The Engineer)
Luke Hawkins (Ensemble)
Peter King-Yuen (Ensemble)
Jeff Kuhr (Ensemble)
Eric Kunze (Chris)
Aiden Kusaba (Tam)
Jared Lee (Ensemble)
Michael K. Lee (Thuy)
Sophie Oda (Ensemble)
Rumi Oyama (Ensemble)
Jeffrey Pew (Ensemble)
Ray A. Rochelle (Ensemble)
Peyton Royal (Ensemble)
Marcus Shane (Ensemble)
Anne Fraser Thomas (Ensemble)
Josh Tower (John)
John B. Williford (Ensemble)

Content Guide: "Miss Saigon" is recommended for theatregoers 16 and over.