Miss Saigon

Noteable Theatre Company presents Miss Saigon

The Concourse, July 8-18

Tickets are now on sale for Noteable Theatre Company’s highly anticipated new production of Boublil and Schonberg’s Miss Saigon at The Concourse Theatre, Chatswood in July 2021.

Noteable Theatre Company’s production of Miss Saigon is produced by the stellar creative team that recently staged its recent sell-out season of Les MiserablesRod Herbert (Director), Sarah Friedrich (Choreographer), Anthony Cutrupi and James McAtamney (Musical Directors).

Daring and emotionally powerful, Miss Saigon depicts love and loss within the turmoil of the end of the Vietnam War through a stunning score and moving imagery. Director Rod Herbert and the creative team’s vision is to convey the emotion and humanity in this moving story with dignity and empathy.

“Through our production of Miss Saigon, we not only have the opportunity to perform and entertain, but also to evoke thought and reflection on the suffering that occurred through the Vietnam War era, and the desperation and many sacrifices made in the hope of creating better lives,” said Rod Herbert.

Noteable Theatre Company’s production of Miss Saigon features a diverse cast of over 40 performers. Jessica Kok and Natasha Tsafis co-star in the heartbreaking lead role of Kim. Playing alongside them, Marcus James Hurley will portray the role of young G.I. Chris Scott. The cunning and resourceful Engineer will be played by Neville Bereyne. The role of Chris’ friend and fellow G.I. John Thomas will be played by Reece Lyndon and Chris’s American wife Ellen, will be played by Maree Calabria. Playing Thuy, a Viet Cong soldier and Kim’s betrothed will be Haji Myrteza. Erica Penollar will play Gigi Van Tranh.

 

MISS SIAGON

8 – 18 July 2021
The Concourse Theatre, Chatswood
Bookings: premier.ticketek.com.au

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