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POTO Comparison | Music of the Night - John Owen - Jones (West End) | Hugh Panaro (Broadway).

fdelopera:

Uh oh. Looks like somebody’s sitting in Box 5. ;)

fdelopera:

Uh oh. Looks like somebody’s sitting in Box 5. ;)

crysta0727:

daily sketches / Day 145+146+147

I went to Broadway to watch the Phantom of the Opera tonight.

OMG it was soooooo awesome!!!!!!

THE PHANTOM IS SO HOT I’M GONNA DIE!!!!

HIS VOICE IS SOOOOOOOOOO SEXY.

Ten yeas ago when i watched the movie first time i thought that if i were Christine i must go with phantom.

Now I still think so.

I LOVE PHANTOM SOOO MUCH I WANNA GIVE HIM A HUG.

QAQQQ

phantoonsoftheopera:

Phantom Royalty: Peter Karrie (1991-2000)

If there was another Phantom actor who rivaled Crawford in popularity during the early years of the show, it would be Peter Karrie.

Karrie performed the role on both sides of the Atlantic - both in London and the original UK Tour as well as in Toronto and the Canadian International Tour (which made it as far as Hong Kong and Singapore). He brought a real intensity in the emotions of the character, and his Final Lair was known to be quite schizophrenic in how he leapt from emotion to emotion throughout the scene.

Karrie continues to perform in solo concerts, often inviting local singers to perform with him in duets like, say, “The Phantom of the Opera.”

bluecoolkind:

Some light reading material.

bluecoolkind:

Some light reading material.

raminsierras:

The idea is that the Phantom has tried to make himself look extraordinarily attractive and masculine and handsome, so his way of doing it is the mask. 

fdelopera:

sopranomonroe:

Look who showed up in my history book!

He’s with me on the page, he’s everywhere…

fdelopera:

sopranomonroe:

Look who showed up in my history book!

He’s with me on the page, he’s everywhere…

cocokat:

the end

cocokat:

the end

Norm Lewis’ first Final Lair (May 13th, 2014)