Goodnight Saigon

. May 29, 2012.

The Ann Arbor Civic Theatre kicks off the summer season with Miss Saigon, an epic musical of war and romance set at the tail end of the conflict in Vietnam. Based on the classic opera, Madame Butterfly, this production tells the story of an American GI who falls in love with a Vietnamese bargirl while the city of Saigon falls to the Viet Cong. After the war is over, the two must learn to cope with the realities of the outcome while struggling to find each other again. Amidst the turmoil are beautifully woven songs that redefine the line between love and tragedy. Directed by Wendy Sielaff. June 9-12. Thursday-Saturday,  8pm; Sunday, 2pm. $12-$22. Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, 911 N. University, Ann Arbor. 734-971-2228.


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