Ogunquit Playhouse Finale-Miss Saigon


The fall ushers in one of the most stunning Broadway blockbusters of all time, “Miss Saigon”, an epic love story that will touch your heart and haunt your memory, on stage September 21 through October 23 at the Ogunquit Playhouse. “Miss Saigon” is set during the turmoil of the Vietnam war, where an American soldier, played by Gregg Goodbrod, and a Vietnamese girl, played by Jennifer Paz, fall in love, only to be separated during the fall of Saigon. This compelling tale shares their emotional story set in a world torn apart by war. From the first sound of a helicopter flying as the sunrises over Saigon during the Overture, to the show’s powerful ending, “Miss Saigon” will take you on an incredible journey about unwavering love and self sacrifice.
Taking inspiration from the Puccini opera “Madame Butterfly”, the show premiered in 1989 in London where it ran for 10 years. It opened on Broadway in 1991, earning 11 Tony nominations. After 4092 performances, it closed in 2001.
Don’t miss this musical masterpiece that promises to be a truly spectacular finale to the Ogunquit Playhouse season!


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