The Phantom of the Opera is still a viable force after three decades

 

MANILA, Philippines – Everyone knows the music, too. At least for those who were already breathing theaters when the Phantom of the Opera opened in London’s West End in 1986 and Broadway in 1988.

 

At Gala Night, expectations were high. why not? The Andrew Lloyd Webber Musical, dubbed the UK Times “God’s Gift Musical Theater”, is the longest-running and most successful musical in Broadway history. From its inception to the present, Phantom has beaten theater fans around the world.

 

In the solitary lobby at the theater, both theater pundits and fans were annoyed with the strange personal notes on colorful ghost masks, ghost stories of their former phantom experiences – on Broadway, the West End, or anywhere in the world. And yes, Manila debuted in 2012.

 

As an analyst, he was, with interest, drawn to curiosity and personal insight, when it was finally time to write his thoughts. But I stopped myself. I decided to make it a personal one – from 1994 he was a fan of the Phantom. And I actually did this review as a timer for the first time. Was. The fan theater lobby was bigger than the crowd in me, but it prevailed instead of a professional review.

 

Famous and spectacular element

 

Musical is well known for its visual spectacles that modern mega chemicals like The Ling King, Aladdin, Cats, Les Misérables, Wicked, and Miss Saigon, to name a few.

 

The white half mask and the red rose musical logo in the blood are the icons themselves. Together, they give rise to a vague and romantic feeling, and the danger lies behind such a marriage.

source by https://www.broadwayworld.com/philippines/article/BWW-Review-THE-PHANTOM-OF-THE-OPERA-Still-A-Veritable-Force-After-Three-Decades-20190311

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