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  The Phantom Of The Opera at Pantages Theatre

The Phantom Of The Opera

Pantages Theatre
6233 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood

With some of the most lavish sets, costumes and special effects ever to have been created for the stage, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom Of The Opera directed by Harold Prince traces the tragic love story of a beautiful opera singer and a young composer shamed by his physical appearance into a shadowy existence beneath the majestic Paris Opera House. Adapted from Gaston Leroux's classic novel of mystery and suspense, this award-winning musical has woven its magical spell over standing room audiences in more than 100 cities worldwide and is now the longest running show in Broadway history. The Phantom Of The Opera has music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and is directed by Harold Prince. Lyrics are by Charles Hart (with additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe) and the book is by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

Thru - Oct 31, 2010

Tuesdays: 8:00pm
Wednesdays: 8:00pm
Thursdays: 8:00pm
Fridays: 8:00pm
Saturdays: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sundays: 1:00pm & 6:30pm


Show Type: Musical

Box Office: 323-468-1770

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LA Weekly - Highly Recommended

"...Based on Gaston Leroux's gothic romance, and reminiscent of the fable "Beauty and the Beast," the story follows a promising singer Christine (Trista Moldovan) as she falls under the spell of a masked and ghoulish Phantom (Tim Martin Gleason inhabits the role with conviction), who haunts the Paris Opera House. The superb cast also includes Sean MacLaughlin as Christine's suitor Raoul, Kim Stengel playing the pompous diva Carlotta. Moldovan's clear, pure voice only occasionally competes with the lush sounds of the orchestra. Infamous for borrowing several musical phrases from Puccini and even Pink Floyd, Webber's melodies may be as pedestrian as this musical is popular. His composition moves seamlessly from grand opera to romantic duets to rock opera (wailing electric guitar), all of which mesh well with occasional harp and violin solos, and the soaring, tender melodies that create several shivery moments."
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Pauline Adamek


StageHappenings.com - Highly Recommended

"...The production design is stunning. Masterful mise-en-scène reigns throughout as Maria Björnson treats us to incredibly detailed dioramas. Her costumes are stunning -- they must have a separate eighteen wheeler for the rhinestones alone. Her stage is a shifting, moving world with full dimension. The opening moments of the show, the resurrection of a long-dead Paris Opera House, is more powerful, more stunning than the best CGI Hollywood could offer."
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Andrew Moore



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