“Miss Saigon” actors take a knee during curtain call, protesting Trump

The Filipino lead actors and castmates of the hit Broadway show Miss Saigon took a knee during Monday night’s curtain call.

Front and center on stage is Fil-Am actress Eva Noblezada, who plays the lead role of Kim.

Broadway artists have a history of using their stages as a platform for political critique.

Last November, the Broadway cast of Hamilton made headlines when then vice president-elect Mike Pence was in their audience. At the end of that show, the cast appealed to Pence for the incoming Trump administration to work on behalf of all Americans.

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  • Mario
    28 September 2017 at 12:21 am - Reply

    You can insult Trump anytime, but not the flag and not during the National Anthem. Trump movements loyalist is growing everyday, some collect and write their hate list, and they will remember your leaders and most of you. As an artist, I advised you NOT to get involved in politics. Remember, once a President is re-elected, “History ALWAYS repeat itself”. Obama loyalist used the IRS to harassed, all members of the Tea Party. WH Obama staff wiretapped so many American who is listed in their hate list….Majority of Trump movements are law enforcement agencies and they have 8 years to strike back. Think common sense, if you want to grow and succeed. Trump is not your enemy it is the low level loyalist. If Obama loyalist are bad,Trump loyalist are more worst because they carry guns.

  • Santiago Del Mundo
    29 September 2017 at 11:41 pm - Reply

    According to Doctor Gener-Med Acob (D-NY), Miss Saigon actors and actresses are not real Americans. They are the product of liberal-entitled 5minded society.