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Sequel to The Phantom of the Opera
. Love Never Dies
is set ten years after the conclusion of the original story. The Phantom has escaped to New York with Madame and Meg Giry and found success in Coney Island as a magician and entertainer. When he builds a new opera house, he persuades his old ingenue Christine Daae, now a huge star and married to her old flame Raoul, to sing for him once more...Performers Ramin Karimloo (Phantom), David Thaxton (Raoul the Vicomte de Chagny), Celia Graham (Christine), haley Flaherty (Meg Giry), Tracey Penn (Fleck), Liz Robertson (Madame Giry), Adam Pearce (Squelch), Charles Brunton (Gangle), Nick Blair, Dale Branston, Abigail Brodie, Kieran Brown, Nick Crossley, Natalie Edmunds, Chris Gage, Lucy Van Gasse, Mirela Gilinska, Daniel Gourlay, Simon Ray Harvey, Grace Holdstock, Lucinda Lawrence, Vanessa Leagh-Hicks, Louisa Lydell, Lisa Mathieson, David McMullan, Colette Morrow, Ashley Nottingham, Mira Ormala, Rae Piper, Alexa-Jayne Robinson, Andrew Rothwell, Simon Storey, Tim Walton, Zara Warren, Jack Costello, Daniel Dowling (Gustave - some dates), Harry Polden (Gustave - some dates), Tam Mutu (alternate Phantom).
Music Andrew Lloyd Webber. Book by Ben Elton. Lyrics Glenn Slater. Director Jack O'Brien. Design Bob Crowley. Choreographer Jerry Mitchell. Lighting Paule Constable.
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