Miss Saigon

Stephen Fry, James Corden, and More Celebrate the Return of Miss Saigon to London's West End
By Hayley Levitt · May 22, 2014

The tragic tale of wartime romance finds its way back to the West End 25 years after making its stage debut.

West End Word: The Heat Is Back On in Saigon, Readers' Favorite Shows Revealed, and WhatsOnStage Sparks a Critical Debate
By Theo Bosanquet · May 21, 2014

The summer season gets underway in style this week with the return of Miss Saigon.

Will London Revival of Miss Saigon Move to Broadway?
By David Gordon · May 14, 2014

Producer Cameron Mackintosh is considering it, according to published reports.

Now and Forever. The Top 25 Longest-Running Shows on Broadway
By Seth Walters · Sep 6, 2013
This is a big week for Broadway history. On Wednesday, September 4, 2013, Wicked became the 11th-longest-running show on Broadway, soaring by Miss Saigon with 4,093 ...
A Summer at Stagedoor Manor Might Just be the Logical First Step to Broadway
By Zachary Stewart · Jul 29, 2013
If Peggy Sawyer were packing her bags now, she might consider a pit stop at the Loch Sheldrake theater camp before taking on the Great White Way.
Miss Saigon Heading Back to London's West End in May 2014
By Hayley Levitt · Jun 20, 2013
Producer Cameron Mackintosh will bring the legendary musical back to London for the show's 25th anniversary.
Kevin Gray, a Veteran of Broadway's Phantom of the Opera, Dead at 55
By David Gordon · Feb 12, 2013
Gray was the youngest actor to take on the role of the Phantom in the long-running musical.