Clay Aiken – “Last Night Of The World

Have you ever had the opportunity to see the Musical, Miss Saigon?  This spectacular musical debuted in London on September 20, 1989.  It arrived on Broadway in 1991.

Created by the Les Miserables team of Claude-Michel Schonberg and Alain Boublil, the 1970s-set Miss Saigon centers on the doomed romance between a Vietnamese woman and her American G.I. lover.

As of May 5, 2019,  Playbill listed Miss Saigon as the 13th longest-running Broadway musical in musical theatre history.  It is  known for landing a helicopter on stage.

Although the show has had some criticism for not showing the “real” Viet Nam, it is one of the most popular shows from Broadway.  The music is just amazing.

On June 21, 2010, Clay Aiken and Quiana Parler performed one of the most popular duets from Miss Saigon. Titled, Last Night Of The World, their performance was a huge hit at the benefit concert for The North Carolina Theater.

The following video is the performance by Clay and Quiana

Have you seen Miss Saigon?

The music is so beautiful and everyone seems excited when the helicopter lands on the stage!

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4 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – “Last Night Of The World

  1. I have not seen this Broadway Show but have watched this video many times. I
    love the song with Clay and Quiana – so lovely! Every song that was done on the night of the N.C. Theater was very exciting! The photos you have on here are so beautiful – Thank you for all that you do!

  2. Thank you for the pictures and the video. The pictures and video are beautiful. The two voices are great together, I did see Miss Saigon in Philadelphia. Thank you CANN.

  3. I did see the stage show, Miss Saigon, many years ago. Clay and Quiana sang Last Night of the World so beautifully at the concert. Thanks for the memories.

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