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Manila, Philippines--- This coming Christmas week from December 22

to 26 - two lucky supporters of from the Philippines
will have the exclusive chance to win special prizes (flown in especially
from Londons Prince Edward Theater) as we launch our commemorative
Miss Saigon Reflection story based on the personal accounts of
Philippines official correspondent to London last May for the exclusive
Rachelle Ann Go two-part article series released earlier this year.
Get a chance to win one of the two (2) autographed souvenir programs
specially signed by West Ends 2014 Best
Featured Actress in a Musical, Ms. Rachelle Ann Go, for her criticallypraised turn as Gigi Van Tranh in Miss Saigons 25th anniversary revival
production at the Prince Edward Theater in London.
The First Prize winner will receive the official souvenir program, and the
Grand Prize winner will receive the exclusive Souvenir Brochure of Miss
Saigon both autographed by Rachelle after the exclusive sit-down
interview with
We will be announcing the two winners the week after the promo period
which begins as soon as the Reflection story comes out next week and
officially ends on midnight of December 26.
Stay tuned for further updates on the release of BroadwayWorld.coms
Miss Saigon Reflection story so you can get a good headstart on the
Share and Retweet to Win the Special Prizes!
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> Share/Retweet the article from BWW Philippines' Facebook and Twitter
> Stay tuned to BWW's official announcement of the winner-- TWO
winners only.
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Currently playing in West End Londons Prince Edward Theater, the
Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schnberg mega-musical Miss Saigon
made its highly anticipated return to the stage earlier this year in a revival
debut marked by record-breaking ticket sales, rave reviews, and a

phenomenal 6-month season extension.

With stellar performances from a critically-acclaimed cast led by Eva
Noblezada (Kim), Jon Briones (The Engineer), Alistair Brammer (Chris),
and Rachelle Ann Go (Gigi), the 2014 revival production of the hit musical
which skyrocketed the budding career of Tony winner and Disney
Legend Lea Salonga to record heights in its original 1989 production continues to play to packed houses since its debut on May 22.
Miss Saigon also recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a special
Gala night featuring special performances, which brought together the
musicals present cast members and reunited primary cast members of the
original 1989 production - headed by Salonga (Kim), Simon Bowman
(Chris), and Jonathan Pryce (The Engineer) - on the stage of The Prince
Edward Theater.
Miss Saigon 2014s West End revival production is directed by Laurence
Connor with Musical Staging by Bob Avian; additional choreography by
Geoffrey Garratt featuring production design by Totie Driver and Matt
Kinley based on an original concept by Adrian Vaux; costume design by
Andreane Neofitou; lighting design by Bruno Poet; sound design by Mick
Potter; and orchestrations by William David Brohn. Musical supervision is
by Stephen Brooker and John Rigby and Musical direction by Alfonso
Casado Trigo.