Rachelle Ann Go says goodbye to Miss Saigon; new role for “Hamilton” musical soon

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Pinay singer-actress Rachelle Ann Go thanked all her co-workers in “Miss Saigon” on Broadway as she prepares for another project.

Her role as “Gigi Van Tranh” in Miss Saigon is over, but will definitely be remembered. And at the end of every road comes a new journey. She will take the role of “Eliza Schuyler Hamilton” in the London West End production of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s critically-acclaimed musical, Hamilton.

Rachelle Ann shared in an Instagram post a photo of her with her fellow “Miss Saigon” cast members:

“My heart is full of joy. Thank you to all, you special people, who came into my life. When I woke up yesterday, I was thinking I had one or two shows. Then I realized that it was a Sunday and Saturday night was my last bow in ‘Miss Saigon,’ it hit me hard.”

She continued: “I will miss you all. All the laughter, craziness, stories, cookies we’ve shared will always be remembered. See you soon. I love you all!”

Rachelle Ann playing around with co-workers at the backstage of Miss Saigon; one of the things she would surely miss.

The West End production of “Hamilton” will premiere at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London on November 21 this year.

A fellow Filipina, Christine Allado, will join her on the Hamilton project and will portray the role of her character’s sister.