The Phantom of the Opera (1986) Club
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posted by TBUGoth
I have no name, my mother didn’t bother to give me one, I am just known as The Phantom. The young ballerinas of the Opera christened me that, and, it just fit. No human name ever fits me, maybe that's because I’ve never looked human so I’ve never felt human. It's zaidi than that though, I’ve never felt like a “Him” au a “Her” I feel like a “Them” I guess au an “It” but that’s too literal! A ghost must be mysterious and be able to disappear into the shadows of the darkness, into ambiguity. As them I am alone! I want to marry a beautiful woman to prove to others I am...
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 Christine and Erik
Christine and Erik
Hi guys, I watched the movie last night after so many years, and it has been coming to 9 years since I watched the stage version in Singapore. So here is my review on both the stage and movie versions.

The Stage Version

I upendo the settings and the choreography, especially the masquerade scene during the opening of the sekunde act. One thing I was disappointed is that I did not get a chance to sit in front role where the chandelier came crashing down at the end of the first act!
The muziki are amazing and memorable, acting-wise was perfect. I really wanted to see it again! Carlotta always make...
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Most of these I thought of myself, but some I used from other sites.
-You have seen the play at least once a year, if not more.

-You are in the audience and are able to offer to play any of the roles because the actor and their understudy are both sick and unable to perform.

-You can connect any bila mpangilio word with POTO. (Ex: The word sister makes me think of my sister, who sang Masquerade in her high school chorus and also took me to see POTO for the first time.)

-You go out somewhere in your Phantom costume and it's not Halloween.

-Your family knows all the songs from POTO, even though they have...
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