Christine kisses Erik, who pretended to fulfill a promise, but told a devastating lie. She agrees to marry him in the book, giving up HER dreams. her COMPASSION is her STENTGH. The book was about a women's right to marry who she chooses. "The Phantom of the Opera" is feminst Raoul follows her to her Father's grave for no reason when he says the Angel of muziki isn't real he is being overprotective When Christine knows the truth he is someone to go to for support. He can't save himself from Erik's torture chamber! The Persain was the first Arab character I saw post 9/11. He was heroic,...
Hi guys, I'm going to compare the original novel and the stage musical that popularise the former.
When I first read the book, I was taken aback about how the story was different from the musical. It starts with Joseph Buquet's mysterious death, which was officially ruled as a suicide. Raoul was a very unlikable character in the novel unlike the musical counterpart, he is always angry with Christine and his relationship with Philippe, his elder brother was really explosive due to disapproval over his relationship with Christine.
Hi guys, since I had only done the stage review, here is the movie review that I will write.
While the story is exactly like the stage version, some songs were revise for logical reasons. A couple of them were shortened to avoid repetition, the ending with the elderly Raoul was added that is not feature in the stage version.
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As mentioned, many familiar songs are feature and are shortened. Originally, the Phantom (Erik in the original novel) has a new song which was written specially for this film....
Hi everyone, it's been coming to 9 years since I watched the musical in Singapore. I have always want to write this review of the stage version since I had did a comparison on both the movie and stage version!
I was stunned kwa the staging because it was such a spectacular, colourful and whimsical, I also like how each scenes represent dark & light throughout the musical. It was like bringing the realism of what it's like of Palais de Garnier, on which the story is set.
1. Andrew Lloyd Webber/Love Never Dies 2. 1925 3. Robert Englund 4. Angel of muziki 5. 1987 animated 6 Hello Kitty's Furry Tale Theater: Phantom of the Theater 7. 1943 8. Phantom of the Megaplex 9. Phantom of the Mall 10. 1962 11. 1998 12. 1990 13. Phantom Yeston/Kopit 15 Phantom of the Paradise 16. Phantom of the Opry 17. Wishbone: Pantin at the Opera 18. David Staller 19. 1983
So Tumblr has been crazy with this in the last few weeks since Sierra Boggess has left the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera on September 6th. A rather short run, so to say: she did start only on May 14th…
I wasn’t going to write anything about this at first. But now, rumor has it Sierra Boggess has stated that her 2014 run in Broadway was going to be the last time she would play Christine.
juu 10 reasons for why Erik/Christine doesn’t work.
Yes, I know I was supposed to publish my upendo Never Dies rant before, but… this is really to help me write it.
So, short story. Before coming on Fanfiction, I already knew that almost everyone on Earth were E/C shippers. But I was still shocked of seeing the ridiculous number of E/C authors, especially that there are very good ones among them. Now, I’m not being rude, it’s okay to like the E/C pairing (I guess…), but I’m just being really honest. I remember, when I entered the phandom, I was a mild R/C...
I saw The Phantom of the Opera when I was 12, and I heard the Original London Cast Recording of upendo Never Dies when I was 16. kwa then my life had gone through some MAJOR changes. For one thing my Dad died 2.75 months after I saw The Phantom of the Opera on stage (believe it au not) and my life was continuing to get worse, so my personality like the characters in "Love Never Dies" changed with life. What I'm trying to say is "Misery loves company" especially from close friends. When I was 13 I had read "The Phantom of Manhattan" so it was not a surprise to me when Christine died. :(!