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  Phantom Of The Opera Tickets : Phantom Of The Opera Broadway Tickets @ BuySellTix
The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of the love and longing of the Phantom of the Opera, a dark figure who hides in shadows of the Paris Opera.
The Phantom of the Opera seems successful at first when Christina takes over a lead role, but she falls in love with someone else.
Phantom of the Opera shows the masked man going to great lengths to woo his secret love from deception to coercion.
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Phantom of the Opera Tour dates are subject to change.
As the auctioneer displays the Opera House chandelier, he explains that it is connected with the legend of The Phantom of the Opera.
We are thrust in the middle of a rehearsal for the opera Hannibal.
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  Classic-Horror Review of The Phantom of the Opera (1925)
Once she learns of the phantom's identity by ripping off his mask (one of the truly legendary scenes in horror), Erik agrees to free her for one last performance.
The phantom is also an archetypal ghoul, yet he also carries a Jekyll and Hyde duality because he represents both the passionate and beautiful and horrible and evil in everyone.
He was not, as was long believed, a creature of the imagination of the artists, the superstition of the managers, or a product of the absurd and impressionable brains of the young ladies of the ballet, their mothers, the box-keepers, the cloak-room attendants or the concierge.
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 Phantom of the Opera Tickets - Phantom of the Opera Theater Tickets - Theatre Ticket Brokers
Phantom of the Opera premiered in London in 1986 with Michael Crawford as The Phantom and Sarah Brightman as Christine.
Based on the novel by Gaston Leroux, Phantom tells the story of Christine Daa, a young and inexperienced member of the Paris Opera company, and her capture by the mad, lonely, disfigured Phantom who haunts the Opera House.
The Phantom engineers her debut as the company's prima donna, and then spirits her away to his lair beneath the theatre and beyond a mysterious lake.
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 Filmtracks: The Phantom of the Opera (Andrew Lloyd Webber)
In the end, though, casual listeners of The Phantom of the Opera --the kind who pull it off the shelf once every three years (or haven't pulled it at all since the early 1990's) are not likely to notice any earth-shattering differences between the stage and screen renditions.
The most irritating aspect of this version of "The Phantom of the Opera" is its shortened length; a quarter of the song is simply missing (the section that starts with the Phantom: "In all your fantasies...").
Definitely underpowered are the Phantom's attempts to lure Christine in "Wandering Child," with poor vocal chemistry between the two leads and incompatible tones combining with the barely present thumping bass strings to suck all the magic out of the piece.
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 The Phantom of the Opera
In this message, which is addressed to André and Firmin, the Phantom lays out a few rules which he insists must be followed during their tenure as managers of the Opéra, just as they were during Monsieur Lefèvre's management.
The Phantom, however, is not to be trifled with.
"The Phantom of the Opera" was first produced on October 9, 1986 at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London, and went on to win every major British theatre award including the Olivier and Evening Standard Awards.
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With some of the most lavish sets, costumes and special effects ever to have been created for the stage, this haunting musical traces the tragic love story of a beautiful opera singer and a young composer shamed by his physical appearance into a shadowy existence beneath the majestic Paris Opera House.
The Phantom of the Opera is currently playing in London's West End and is just one of the many shows that you can see.
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CBN.com – The Phantom of the Opera is the story of a disfigured, angry man who lives beneath a Paris opera house and terrorizes its cast and crew so that his student, a young woman named Christine, can have a chance to sing the lead part.
Or, you may think that the famous story of the Phantom of the Opera (a former circus freak who abducts a woman and, on a gondola, takes her to his Babylonian lair underneath an opera house) is just too bizarre.
Phantom is for Broadway devotees, fans of the original opera, and perhaps some teenagers who have not yet been exposed to musical theater.
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 Musical Cyberspace: Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Christine and the Phantom journey through the labyrinth beneath the Opera House, crossing a lake to arrive at the Phantom's lair.
Raoul questions Madame Giry about the Phantom, and she tells him what she knows - that he is a deformed genius who escaped from a freak show, and was presumed dead, but that he still lives somewhere in the Opera House.
In the Phantom's lair, Christine confronts the Phantom with the fact that his true disfigurement is in his soul.
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Christine holds a smaller part and is taking lessons from the Phantom of the opera who lures her to his underground lair.
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA opened at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London on 9 October 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles, directed by Harold Prince and produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Company.
The triumph of "The Phantom of the Opera" lies in the amalgam of virtually all its elements into as gloriously theatrical a show as we've had in recent memory.
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The one constant, however, is the stagehands' belief in The Phantom of the Opera (GERARD BUTLER), a reportedly masked and mysterious figure thought to haunt the place, and whose production-related demands occasionally appear in written form.
We see a flashback to when the Phantom was a boy in a circus "freak show" where he was dubbed the "Devil's Child" and was subjected to abuse by an adult for the amusement of spectators and forced to wear a hood.
An opera has a bawdy number with a male character making an exaggerated motion of patting a woman on her clothed butt, while another view is that of a man's hand at a woman's bent over, but clothed butt.
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 :: rogerebert.com :: Great Movies :: The Phantom of the Opera (xhtml)
To Christine, he offers wealth, luxury and opera stardom, and she is in no peril "as long as you do not touch the mask" -- oh, and she must love him, or at least allow him to possess her (although his precise sexual plans are left undefined).
This plan is too optimistic, as the Phantom snatches Christine from her dressing room, and the two are pursued into the bowels of Paris by Raoul and Inspector Ledoux -- and, in a separate pursuit, by the vengeful stagehand Buquet (whose brother the Phantom murdered), leading a mob of torch-carrying rabble.
But the Phantom is invested by the intense and inventive Lon Chaney with a horror and poignancy that is almost entirely created with body language.
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 'The Phantom of the Opera'   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This "Phantom" is an adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical, which debuted in 1986 in London, arrived on Broadway in 1988 and has been seen by an estimated 80 million people.
Filling other key roles: Driver is a temperamental soprano; Patrick Wilson is Raoul, a wealthy opera patron who falls in love with Christine; and Miranda Richardson is the ballet mistress who has her own connection to the ghost in the catacombs.
That sets the stage for Christine to move into the leading role, for the Phantom to spirit Christine to his lair below, for Raoul and Christine to retreat to the snowy, darkened rooftop above, and for the Phantom to witness their passionate kiss from the shadows.
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 The Phantom of the Opera
Even though the Phantom places her in a grand bed resembling a boat in the shape of a swan, she’s up and wandering around as he prepares to play his pipe organ.
Near the end, he and the Phantom have a saber duel in a gray and white cemetery, adding some visual liveliness to the movie, even though their battle is badly edited in an MTV style.
The journey to the Phantom’s lair is fabulous, in several senses of the word—it’s certainly not realistic, with huge candelabras rising from the water with flames already lit.
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 TheMovieBoy Review - The Phantom of the Opera (2004)
There is an immediacy in the scenes between Christine and the Phantom, the latter of whom knows his true love will be better off without him but is unable to let her go.
All of this would be for naught without the heart and passion "The Phantom of the Opera" graces, particularly in the simplicity in which the tragic two-way romance is portrayed and carried out.
For the Phantom, his unhealthy, if soulful, relationship with Christine means much more to him, making the inevitable decision he arrives upon at the end genuinely heartbreaking—a trait that, somehow, the stage show lacks.
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 The Phantom of the Opera
Gerard Butler as The Phantom; Emmy Rossum as Christine; Patrick Wilson as Raoul; Miranda Richardson as Madame Giry; Minnie Driver as Carlotta; Simon Callow as Andre; Ciaran Hinds as Firmin
The Phantom of the Opera's songs aren’t explicit, but the issues of longing and seduction become more of a concern combined with the film’s sexually charged imagery.
I first saw Phantom of the Opera on Broadway in 1988, and have since felt both anticipation and apprehension at the thought of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical being adapted for the big screen.
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 The Phantom of the Opera
This version of The Phantom of the Opera, billed as "Universal's million dollar super jewel production" has frequently been regarded as one of the greatest American horror films of all time, and the very best of the many adaptations of Gaston Leroux's 1911 literary work.
There are a few minutes of footage at the beginning showing more of the crowds arriving at the opera house, and a few other snippets of footage here and there which is not used in other versions of the film.
Since Virginia Pearson was not an opera singer, her opera sequences were re-shot with a singer named Mary Fabian.
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 SPLICEDwire | "The Phantom of the Opera" movie review (2004) "Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera" review, ...
When this pair teamed up to bring Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera" to the big screen, it was a match made in hell.
A film of gross overacting and overproduced grandeur, yet one without a scrap of digestible character, "Phantom" opens with young and lovely understudy soprano Christine Daae (Emmy Rossum, "The Day After Tomorrow") already under the spell of an obsessed, half-handsome, half-disfigured psycho who lives underneath the most grandiose opera house in 1889 Paris.
But even if "Phantom of the Opera" weren't a sensory assault of cinematic excess, it would still be missing one of the primary draws of the stage hit: the audience's own role in the production, most notably when the theater's grand chandelier is sent crashing down by the enraged Phantom.
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 Phantom of the Opera Tickets
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 The Phantom of the Opera mistakes, goofs and bloopers
Deliberate "mistake": As Christine approaches the Phantom in his lair (just after he has abducted her), we see that she is wearing very dark fl eye-shadow.
A while later, when Christine is singing this same song for the owners (to fill in for Carlotta), she begins singing the song in the key of D Major (which is 2 whole musical keys lower) with no prior practice.
It is highly unlikely that the orchestra conductor of the opera knew that Christine needed to sing the song in a lower key.
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 Amazon.co.uk: The Phantom of the Opera: Music: Original Cast Recording   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Phantom, with its operatic and lush melodies, intensive story and grandiose staging, remains one of the best and most beloved musicals of all time.
Phantom of The Opera remains as enchanting today as it did 25 years ago.
In the mid-1980s, the hottest ticket in London to get was 'Phantom of the Opera', playing at Her Majesty's Theatre (of the few theatres in the West End that regularly changes its name, depending upon the gender of the reigning monarch), opposite the Haymarket Theatre.
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 HD DVD Review: The Phantom of the Opera (2004) | High-Def Digest
Based on the usual approach to transfers of films such as this in the past, I expected 'Phantom's vibrant reds, oranges and midnight blues to be pumped up to oblivion, with all the characters looking not so much as they have been lit with light, but painted with day-glo colors.
When I first reviewed 'The Phantom of the Opera' on HD DVD back in April 2006, I mentioned that listening to the film on the next-gen format was a bit of a bummer.
I was very impressed with 'Phantom of the Opera.' Whatever you think of the feature film aside, I thought it boasted the most impressive video and audio quality of any of the initial HD DVD disc offerings.
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The Phantom of the Opera continues to wow audiences with its romantic story and soaring music.
Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running production on Broadway and thrills audiences nationwide.
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 "The Phantom of the Opera" - Salon
In Joel Schumacher's incomprehensible "The Phantom of the Opera," adapted from Andrew Lloyd Webber's gargantuan crowd pleaser, a disfigured musical genius (the Phantom, played by Gerard Butler) lives in the sewers of Paris and loiters furtively at the local opera house, keeping an eye on a young singer there, 17-year-old Christine (Emmy Rossum).
"The Phantom of the Opera" is the long-awaited result.
"Phantom of the Opera" feels less like a movie than a nonstop amusement park ride designed to make people feel they really got their money's worth.
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 The Phantom of the Opera Movie Review - The Phantom of the Opera Movie Trailer - The Boston Globe
Today, "The Phantom of the Opera" lurches from Broadway to the megaplex, and it has a little something to irritate everybody.
There are people out there for whom "The Phantom of the Opera" can never be too loud, too deadly, too gaudy, or too obese with bloated songs.
What's missing from "Phantom" is the fearlessness of certain movie stars to transcend the clunkiness: a Hugh Jackman, a Johnny Depp, or a Kirsten Dunst.
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