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    The Phantom Of The Opera

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    The Phantom of the Opera started out as a book written by Gaston Leroux, published January 8th in 1910 (Haining, 1). There have been several adaptations since then, including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical. The other adaptations were Das Phantom der Opera, which is also known as Das Gespent im Opernhaus produced during 1916 in Germany as a silent drama film, this is known as a lost film due to no known copies existing at this time. A silent drama horror was produced on November 15th, 1925, a drama

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    The Phantom Of The Opera

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    Phantom of the Opera has been around for longer than I can recall, being the musical to talk about among my family as something grand. When I was the age of only fourteen I received the honor of performing the musical for the first time, although I had to learn a great deal about the script for that performance, the history behind The Phantom of the Opera is not clear to me. So I started my research their tied to the original piece. Phantom of the opera.com gave a timeline that had the background

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    On the 2 April, 2016, I went to see the longest-running production in Broadway history, “The Phantom of the Opera” at Majestic Theater on 247 West 44th Street Manhattan, New York. The opening night, premiere of the spectacle was on January 26, 1988. The musical is based on the novel “Le Fantom de L’Opera” by Gaston Leroux, under Harold Prince directory. The organizer of the theater production is Philip J.Smith and Robert E. Wankel is the president. The musical is classified as a horror in genre

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    Phantom Of The Opera

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    story of The Phantom of the Opera is a romantic-drama with a pinch of action. It revolves arounds a girl named Christine who loses both her parents at a young age, and picks up singing and dance. She soon becomes the best singer at the opera, and falls in the middle of a love triangle. One of the corners of the triangle so to speak, is a phantom, who kidnaps the man who Christine truly loves, and threatens to blow up the opera with everyone in it, unless Christine marries him. Opera singer Christine

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    The Phantom Of The Opera

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    The movie I chose to examine was The Phantom of the Opera. I have seen the live musical once in New York, but for some odd reason I have never seen the movie version before. Watching it again for this paper, in a whole new format, is as if I’m experiencing it for the first time again. While perhaps I should have picked a musical I have yet to seen before (regardless that it was the live production), I simply could not resist watching perhaps my favorite musical (closely tied with Wicked) and applying

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    Phantom Behind The Opera

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    “The Phantom of the Opera: Behind the Mask” When many people think of The Phantom of the Opera, they think of the popular Broadway musical written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. However, Webber had another vision in mind, a film adaptation of his beloved musical that he announced back in 1989. In 2004 that dream became a reality when it was released for the world to enjoy. Still, some lovers of the live performance argue that the film doesn’t have the same feel or emotion that one would get from the play

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    novel entitled The Phantom of the Opera. Gaston Leroux first published this fictional novel in 1910, but the novel was copyrighted in 1998. “Gaston Leroux, (born May 6, 1868, Paris, Fr.—died April 15/16, 1927, Nice), French novelist, best known for his Le Fantôme de l’opéra (1910; The Phantom of the Opera), which later became famous in various film and stage renditions” (The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica, 2007). “The novel is partly inspired by historical events at the Paris Opera during the nineteenth

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    Phantom of the Opera is the longest running musical to date and has become one of the most beloved and well known musicals on Broadway. The musical was inspired and loosely based on the characters and the story of the book Phantom of the Opera by Gaston Leroux. This CD is the original London cast which means that this recording is with the first cast that ever preformed the musical with the actors that created the parts. The musical was written and composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber who is one of the

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    Phantom Of Opera Summary

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    The Phantom of Opera begins with a man looking in like a cave then the phantom appears. The Opera House opens and everyone begins to arrive for the show. The ballerinas start to dance, then in another room it show men making some sort of business deal to sell the Opera House. After the deal, the old owners tell the new owners about the Phantom that appears but the new owners don’t believe them. The new owners go out of the room and see the maid and ask her who owns Book five but she claims she doesn’t

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    Phantom of the Opera was created by the amazing Andrew Lloyd Webber. Andrew was born on March 22, 1948, in South Kensington in London, England. He was the first of two sons of William Lloyd Webber, who was an organist and composer. His mother, Jean Johnstone, was a pianist and violinist. Andrew Lloyd Webber learned to play many musical instruments at home and began composing extremely early. He continued his musical studies at Westminster School, where his father was an organist. At the age of 9

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