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This The Phantom of the Opera picha contains tamasha. There might also be gitaa, gitaa mchezaji, mchezaji gitaa, suti biashara, and biashara suti.

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I actually can't see it as a sequel to any version but especially not to the film. "The true feelings of Christine and the Phantom are revealed in LND!" I'm a die-hard E/C shipper but still I genuinely react with: Fuck no. Forgive me the strong phrasing but I upendo logic very much as well as the depth of their relationship which LND completely shits over.

Then someone comes saying LND isn't a sequel to the film but to ALW's PotO. But also that the film and the stage play are exactly the same thing. (Contradicting much?) Well, officially they are not exactly the same thing:

Andrew Lloyd Webber:...
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A review of the libretto for Andrew Lloyd Webber's

the Phantom of the Opera in comparison with the

soundtrack for the onyesha upendo Never Dies. It is my

intention to go through the original script page

by page, making notations of all of the places

contradictions are apparent.

    Right off the bat there is a rather

glaring error. In the libretto the stage

directions state that the auction at the beginning

of the onyesha is taking place in 1905. This is

rather interesting as LND is set in 1907. Even

disregarding the mwaka as written, the auctioneer

points out that the old chandelier...
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