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Scott from St. Louis, Missouri
MUSICAL YEAR JERKER
This was my first time seeing miss Saigon. It was a beautiful and emotional experience. The score just drives your journey and sweeps over you. The set design was top notch and I loved the characters. To me the music itself stole the show.
Ann B from Boston, Massachusetts
So enthralled with this show that I am going back to see it again. The talent is amazing, especially Emily Bautista who plays Kim. Sets, orchestra, vocals just fabulous. Mesmerizing and haunting, you will never forget the beautiful songs and heartbreaking story.
Linda V from Boston, Massachusetts
@Izzy from Sacramento, the lady who played Kim on October 13th at the matinee was actually Myra Molloy.
Linda V from Boston, Massachusetts
RE: MISS SAIGON ON THE MATINEE SHOW ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13TH 2018
@ Izzy from Sacramento, California I saw the matinee show on Saturday, October 13th and was absolutely astonished and mesmerized. From the moment the orchestra started playing the overture, I knew this was going to be a show of utmost quality. The cast was so talented and you could tell their hard work paid off because it was pure magic! Add the staging and set and wonderfully played music, and you have a production that will completely pull you in and sweep you off your feet. I cried a majority of the time. Emily Bautista, who plays Kim, definitely deserves some type of award for her performance. Honestly, bring Miss Saigon back to Broadway with this cast! They are absolutely magnificent! To Izzy, The lady who played Kim on October 13th at the matinee was actually Myra Molloy not Emily Bautista. (Myra is the alternate and plays Kim 2 shows a week). I was at that show too, and I saw her again in Boston. I’m a huge Miss Saigon fan and think Myra is the best Kim since Lea Salonga.
Jo Wallace from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
PLEASE RATE SHOWS
To the beautiful actresses onstage: You deserve better than this. To the creators: Really? To my teen daughter I took to this: I am so sorry you were subjected to these scenes. To the men in the audience: God help your minds be focused on other things today. To the Civic Center of OKC and all theater houses: PLEASE, in the name of civility, rate your shows. To the people who walked out early - 5 stars: I'm sorry I did not go with you.
Christopher Klesh from West Palm Beach, Florida
An absolute masterpiece.Everything perfection. Staging, production numbers Thank you again Cameron McIntosh for this phenomenon of a cultural experience that will be a memory forever
Kerry from San Francisco, California
GREAT PRODUCTION AND MUSIC
We went to evening performance in SF at Orpheum. Did not know what to expect so was surpised. Right off the orchestra was amazibg. Music and sings ranged from funny to poignant to sad. A sad story to tell was made entertaining with the many props and visuals. Was it a bit risqué in parts and a bit raunchy...yes. BUT with the burlesque style of the play, it worked. My friends and I really enjoyed it . A standing ovation at the end so our audience loved it. Don't know why there are a few bad reviews here. Time went by fast and we were happy we went!! Not for children.
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