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The following people are credited as replacements or additions if they were not credited on opening night.
Broadway Theatre, 1681 Broadway (W. 53rd St.), New York, NY

Cast order by:
Miss Saigon
Broadway Theatre (Apr 11, 1991 - Jan 28, 2001)

Associate Director: Fred Hanson.

Company Manager: Susan Bell, Thomas Schlenk and Dave Ehle (Jul 1995 - Jan 1998); Executive Producer: Fred Hanson.

Stage Manager: Mark Dobrow, Beverly Jenkins, Peter Wolf, Mahlon Kruse (circa. Aug 1992 - circa. Sep 1994) and Lisa Buxbaum (Jan 05, 1998 - Jan 28, 2001); Production Stage Manager: Sherry Cohen.

Assistant Conductor: Charles duChateau, Matthew Sklar, Matthew Sklar (Apr 11, 1991 - Jan 28, 2001), Deborah Hurwitz (Dec 1997 - Jul 1998), Paul Raiman (Apr 12, 1999 - Aug 01, 1999), Jay Alger and Braden Toan; Bass: Paula Bing, Lynne Cohen, Keith Crupi, Patrick Milando, Jerry W. Peel, Dean Plank, Robert Shaw, Greg Utzig, Luann Montesi, Douglas Romoff and John Arbo (circa. 1994 - circa. 2001).

Assistant to General Manager: Bill Klemm; Promotions: The Walton Group (1996 - 2001); General Press Representative: The Publicity Office.


Cast
The Engineer
(Sep 30, 1991 - Dec 14, 1991)
Ensemble
(Jun 1991 - Dec 1996)
Bar Girl
Bar Girl
The Engineer
(Aug 15, 1988 - ?)
The Engineer
(1994 - ?)
Vietnamese Customer
Dragon Acrobat
Soldier
Ensemble
Ellen
(Sep 1996 - Oct 1998)
Ensemble
(Sep 16, 1996 - Apr 26, 1997)
Bar Girl
Marine
Kim
Alternate
Bar Girl
Marine
Reeves
Shultz
Ensemble
Ellen
(Jun 22, 1992 - ?)
Army Nurse
Chris
(Jan 12, 1998 - ?)
Justin Bohon
Broadway debut
Soldier
John
(Jan 03, 2000 - ?)
Reeves
Bar Girl
Kim
Alternate
Marine
Reeves
Chris
(May 15, 1995 - Jun 15, 1995)
Dragon Acrobat
Barman
Hustler
Soldier
Chris
(? - Jan 28, 2001)
Chris
(Jul 20, 1998 - ?)
Tam
Alternate
Kim
(May 22, 2000 - Jun 17, 2000)
Kim
(Jul 17, 2000 - Dec 30, 2000)
Kim
Alternate
(Jan 02, 2001 - Jan 28, 2001)
Ellen
Army Nurse
Soldier
Vietnamese Customer
Soldier
Hustler
John
(Aug 1998 - ?)
Chris
Army Nurse
Chris
Kim
(Aug 1993 - Jul 1995)
Leila Florentino
Married on the stage of the Broadway Theatre 9/04/1993, officiated by Mayor David Dinkins
Kim
(Mar 16, 1992 - ?)
The Engineer
(Nov 11, 1996 - ?)
Margaret Gates
First Asian actress to play Ellen
Ellen
(Oct 26, 1998 - ?)
Marine
Dragon Acrobat
Yvette
Andrew Goon
Plays Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings:
Tam
Army Nurse
Marine
Ensemble
Dragon Acrobat
Soldier
Ensemble
(1994 - ?)
Dragon Acrobat
Ellen
(Dec 31, 2000 - ?)
Gigi
Bar Girl
(circa. Sep 2000 - Jan 28, 2001)
Vietnamese Customer
Tam
Alternate
Tam
Vietnamese Customer
Soldier
Hustler
Chris
Mimi
Barman
Soldier
John
Bar Girl
Vietnamese Customer
Thuy
Assistant Commissar
Kim
(Jul 21, 1997 - ?)
Kim
(Jun 14, 1999 - ?)
Yvonne
(Aug 1999 - Jan 28, 2001)
Chris
(Dec 16, 1991 - ?)
Dragon Acrobat
Marine
The Engineer
Bar Girl
Ensemble
(1994 - ?)
Bar Girl
Chris
Vietnamese Customer
Soldier
John
(May 17, 1999 - Jan 01, 2000)
Marine
Kim
Alternate
(Jun 14, 1999 - ?)
Marine
Dragon Acrobat
Army Nurse
Chris
The Engineer
(Dec 16, 1991 - Mar 1993)
Francis Ruivivar
During Jonathan Pryce's vacation
The Engineer
(Aug 19, 1991 - Sep 28, 1991)
Vietnamese Customer
Soldier
Hustler
Kim
(? - Jan 28, 2001)
Kim
(Jan 18, 1999 - ?)
The Engineer
Marine
Gibbons
Marine
Marine
Tam
Alternate
Kim
Alternate
Kim
Alternate
Bar Girl
Kim
Alternate
Ellen
Hustler
Vietnamese Customer
Soldier
Army Nurse
Ellen
Army Nurse
The Engineer
(Oct 02, 1995 - ?)
Marine
Dragon Acrobat
Shultz
Tam
Alternate
Thuy
Assistant Commissar
Bar Girl

Understudies: Donnell Aarone (John), Frank Baiocchi (Chris), Robert Bartley (Chris), Erik Bates (Chris), Emy Baysic (Kim), Sekiya Billman (Ellen), C.C. Brown (John), Tony Capone (Chris), Jay Douglas (Chris), Stephanie Douglas (Ellen), Margaret Gates (Ellen), Ai Goeku (Ellen), Jim Harrison (Thuy), Devanand N. Janki (Thuy), Norman Wendall Kauahi (The Engineer), Thomas C. Kouo (Thuy), Ming Lee (The Engineer), Heidi Meyer (Ellen), Michelle Nigalan (Kim), Marc Oka (Thuy), Elizabeth Paw (Kim), Juan P. Pineda (Thuy), Jeff Reid (John), Andrea Rivette (Ellen), Ray Santos (The Engineer), Thos Shipley (John), Chloe Stewart (Kim), Jade Kaiwalani Stice (Ellen), Roxanne Taga (Kim), Stephen Tewksbury (Chris) and Frank Wright II (John)


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