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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera” wants to be a tragic romance, but it’s simply torpid.
Only a radical rewrite will give it even the remotest chance of emulating its predecessor. 11 Gotham opening, it has eight months in which to improve.
The original “Phantom” plot is famously less than watertight. But where the “Phantom” opening had action and tension — it’s an auction, what is this mysterious chandelier, who’s buying that music box and why?
But designer Maria Bjornson’s seductive gothic visuals so enhance the central romance that it creates the illusion of coherence, not least because its action is confined to one place: the Paris Opera. — this show is content merely to dress Liz Robertson’s one-note Madame Giry as Judith Anderson’s Mrs. Through her declaiming, we learn about the 1907 Coney Island location and its entertainment wonder, the fun palace that is Phantasma. Ten years on from his mysterious disappearance, our (anti-)hero (Ramin Karimloo) has lured unsuspecting Christine (Sierra Boggess) to his lavish theater where she will once again sing his music. That you don’t need a crystal ball to guess the answers is the fault of the fatally tension-free book, which poses questions but fails to dramatize them. The Phantom is desperate, Raoul is hate-filled, Christine is searching for love, Phantasma star Meg Jiry (Summer Strallen) is jealous of Christine, Madame Giry is bitter.
Holed up in a bar in the wee small hours of the morning, self-pitying Raoul (Joseph Millson) is having a “One for My Baby” moment.
“The rush that music brings,” he sings, “I can’t deliver.” The trouble with “Love Never Dies” is that while a couple of melodies deliver, the show doesn’t.
I try to learn as much as I can and talk things through with fellow actors, designers, and, of course, the director.
This allows me to make choices and find my own truth. Before I go on stage, I may look over notes I have made throughout the rehearsal process or that I have been given by the resident director from a previous show/rehearsal.
The three of them were members of the Colorado Children's Chorale. She attended George Washington High School and graduated from Milikin University with a BFA in musical theater.
Signed Phantom Music Box at Remember, you can also support BC/EFA by purchasing a special CD.
- Phantom Shirt Carols For A Cure at Broadway Cares You can also donate during the collections after the show at the Majestic or on-line; click on the BC/EFA logo (it's also on the entry page of this site.
Having watched a character toy with a gun in an earlier sequence, we’re primed, but shouldn’t a character’s death engender more than puzzlement as to why the killer remains onstage sobbing throughout the pained reprises going on around them?
When spirits do sometimes rise, it’s thanks to the all-new score.
For me the mental work starts at the beginning of the rehearsal process.