Les Mis has been bowling over audiences for decades.
But Miss Saigon is even darker and deeper than Shakespeare’s play.
To protect her infant son, Kim shoots and kills a Vietnamese army officer who was once her fiancé.
Takes heed Takes hold of quickly Takes home Takes home, as salary Takes home, in a way Takes in Takes in bridge player, delaying appearance of spades Takes in hype going over front of sleeve Takes in or lets out Takes in or out Takes in recent events Takes in, for example Takes in, say Takes issue with Takes it easy Takes it slow Takes legal action Takes little steps Takes more off away kits? Takes off on a cruise Takes off on one's own Takes off the leash Takes off wrongly Takes off, cowboy-style Takes on Takes on board Takes on cargo Takes on, as workers Takes one's breath away Takes one's pick Takes one's profits, with Takes one's turn Takes orders from Takes out Takes out of context?
Takes exception to Takes exception to - red sum Takes five Takes for a home, perhaps Takes for a ride Takes for granted Takes form Takes heart, getting record win, perhaps? Takes no chances Takes nothing in Takes off Takes off faster, so leaves behind …Takes off for journey aboard ship Takes off life support?
The Japanese singer Tamaki Miura became an international star in the title role.
Her statue, as the tragic heroine, stands in Nagasaki today.
Takes steps Takes steps in response t Takes the cake Takes the edge off Takes the edge off, maybe Takes the money and runs?
Takes out of the will, sa Takes out surgically Takes out, so to speak Takes over Takes over for Takes part in a hit parade Takes place Takes potshots Takes pronounced breathers Takes responsibility for Takes rest - or in-patient needs a resort Takes risks Takes root Takes several courses Takes shape Takes small mouthfuls Takes some courses?
The music of Puccini is barely heard in Miss Saigon, save for a snatch at the end.