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Miss Saigon Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.7 Stars)

Number of reviews: 61

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2.0 star rating Randall Moore from Dallas, Texas

WAS IT JUST ME?

The orchestra was amazing, the signing was very nice, but the simple art of enunciation was lost on this group of actors. My wife and I both felt like, during the songs, that we missed half of the show by not being able to understand the words. Maybe it was the sound system.. maybe not. The sets were great, the helicopter scene amazing, and overall the show was good... albeit a bit too vulgar and sexually explicit. Ultimately, I would have enjoyed the performance more had I understood what they were saying more...

1.0 star rating Tim Ahlen from Dallas, Texas

THE FIRST SCENE IS EXPLICIT, EVEN PORNOGRAPHIC.

We saw Miss Saigon several years ago, and the only reason we saw it again was that it was part of our season ticket package. This go-round, however, seemed markedly more sexually explicit than the first production. Dancers onstage were simulating oral sex, coital sex, prostitution and rape. Which was a shame because the lead actors had beautiful voices. Their singing was upstaged by the vulgarity. My wife and I walked out at the end of the first act, and would have left sooner but we would've disrupted the audience. Just be forewarned-- you'll probably want to keep the kids home for this one.

1.0 star rating A disappointed Mom in Dallas from Dallas, Texas

MISS SAIGON DALLAS SUMMER MUSICALS

Very Inappropriate display. Strongly caution you to read the reviews. I walked out of the show with my children within the first 10 minutes. I would describe the opening scenes as embarrassing, sleazy, profane, uncomfortable.

3.0 star rating Bud from Omaha, Nebraska

INTENSE

Not the same as the approach I remember from mid ‘90s. Too explicit, not for families with kids under 16. Unprepared for how over the top it was. If that was the intent, it struck that chord.

4.0 star rating Audrey Richards Woita from Omaha, Nebraska

MISS SAIGON WAS WONDERFUL - EXCEPT FOR THE RAUNCHY SCENES. THEY WERE UNNECESSARY

I love this show so much! I took my husband and cousin to this production in Omaha and was preparing them for the fabulous story and great music. I was dismayed to have invited them once the show opened. The pornographic gestures, dancing, etc that were prolific throughout the first and second acts were overdone and needed. I've seen this show in Colorado, New York and Los Angeles over the years. Never were the actions/gestures/postures as violently graphic as this production. It did nothing for the story line and wasn't necessary in any way. I wish there were ratings on broadway shows, I would not have attended this. EVEN THOUGH...I love the music. I've been listening to the soundtrack for the past two weeks and love so many of the songs. I still believe being one of my favorites. The duets in this production were spot on and flawless in delivery. I will not recommend this show going forward because of the raunchiness. It wasn't needed and was way overdone.

1.0 star rating Lenny martinez from Nashville, Tennessee

MISS SIAGON

I saw this show many years ago in San Francisco. The version I saw last night was raunchy. Total disappointment.

5.0 star rating Ann B from Boston, Massachusetts

AMAZING!

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.

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