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The Phantom of the Opera: What Was the Monkey Music Box For?

The Phantom of the Opera: What Was the Monkey Music Box For?

Watching “The Phantom of the Opera” gets you thinking what does the monkey music box have to do with the story. It would take awhile at the beginning of the story for you to realize who he is, now in old age. A music box with a monkey sitting on top of it, it produces […]

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Phantom Opera Musical Cast in Different Stagings and Film

The Phantom of the Opera, The Musical: Cast in Different Stagings and Film

It dawned upon me that as much as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s version of Gaston Leroux’s novel, “The Phantom of the Opera”, not everyone liked it and ended up favoring other versions. One version focused on the romantic man behind the mask. Another version focused on the horror without the music. Yeah, you knew that no […]

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Nicole Scherzinger: From Pussycat Dolls to Grizabella and Other Film-Inspired Musicals

Nicole Scherzinger: From Pussycat Dolls to Grizabella and Other Film-Inspired Musicals

Usually, it would be a musical that would get a film version. Apparently, some classic films get a new lease on life as Broadway musicals. These and more plus interesting updates regarding the latest in musicals. “Chicago” goes country as Broadway.com and CountryWeekly.com reported. Sugarland star Jennifer Nettles is set to debut on Broadway as the […]

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The Phantom of the Opera: Immersing Technology to a Classic

I like it when technology is applied on things that I enjoy watching that doesn’t make the production look too fake nor too artificial. If there was an excellent way to utilize technology that would improve the overall presentation of a musical, then I’m all for it. This is the amazement I felt the moment […]

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