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#ItsNowOnInSaigon – The Arts Centre Gold Coast Invite You to Meet The Engineer of Miss Saigon

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Image Source: The Arts Centre Gold Coast Website
Image Source: The Arts Centre Gold Coast Website

#ItsOnInSaigon, with The Arts Centre Gold Coast this evening kicking off their limited time season of Miss Saigon, which will be performed in their Arts Theatre Thursday-Sunday from June 12 until 20. Yesterday evening I made a post which highlighted a number of countdown interview videos, which contain brief insight from different cast members.

Promoting their new stage musical today, The Arts Centre Gold Coast shared a new 45 second video focusing on Adrian Li Donni (Who takes on the role of The Engineer), which can be found below (As linked from their official Facebook page). You can view the earlier three interview videos via my earlier post: #ItsOnInSaigon – The Arts Centre Gold Coast Share Countdown Interview Videos For Miss Saigon.


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https://www.facebook.com/theartscentregc/posts/1130585690302365/


This season of Miss Saigon at The Arts Centre Gold Coast is set to be held from June 12th to 20th, with at least one session being held every day Thursday-Sunday during this period. There are a number of nighttime and matinee sessions being held as well, to suit either time preference. Tickets for any session will set adults back $57.00, with concession and student/child tickets available at a discounted rate. More information on seating availability, the show, and pricing can be found HERE.

Miss Saigon tells the tragic tale of young bar girl Kim, orphaned by war, who falls in love with an American GI named Chris. However, their lives are torn apart by the fall of Saigon. This classic story, inspired by a single photograph, has been performed for 25 years now in over 300 cities and 15 different languages worldwide.

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