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Phantom archiveThe phantom... a hideously deformed face hidden by a mask; a life lived in loneliness and shadow; a man with a dark and tortured soul who rages against the night and will kill and maim with little compunction. Christine, a beautiful young woman with the voice of an angel, new to the world of opera, whom he will adopt as his protégé and who, unknowingly, carries all of his fragile hopes and dreams. L'Opera Garnier: an opera house in Paris, ornate chandeliers, reflected in mirrors and gleaming marble underpinned by a dank, dark world of catacombs peopled by outcasts. A large soaring chorus, fine principals and wonderful score play counterpoint to a crashing chandelier, an electrified staircase, a boat where you least expect it, in this tale of fantasy and fear, love and hate, revenge, murder, untimely death and ultimate loss. NOTE: Not to be confused with The Phantom of the Opera (1986 musical by Andrew LLoyd Webber). This has different music!!


Brendan Matthew (movement), Kieran Brown (The Phantom), Kira Morsley (Christine), Sean Paul Jenkinson (Philippe), Pippa Winslow (Carlotta), Tom Murphy (Gerard Carriere), Andrew G Rivera (Cholet), Elizabeth Atkinson (Belladova), Thomas Hewitt (Inspector Ledoux), Emily Apps (Flora), Gregory Hazel (Minister of Culture), Harriet Payne (Fleur), David Jay Douglas (Young Carriere), Rebecca Westberry (Florence), Mark Byles (Boquet), Matthew James Willis (Jean Claude)


Book by: Arthur Kopit
Music: Maury Yeston
Lyrics: Maury Yeston (based on the novel 'The Phantom of the Opera' by Gaston Leroux)
Producer: All Star Productions Ltd
Director(s): Dawn Kalani Cowle, Ben Newsome (casting)
Musical Director: Aaron Clingham
Design(s): Sarah June Mills, Jenny Gamble
Lighting: Sky Bembury


Phantom (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T01164019561. Details of all Phantom archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S471320823

Archive Listings

14 May 13
31 May 13
Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre Pub
Outer London, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive


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