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Cast recordings have been made of the London, [162] Austrian, [163] Dutch, German, Japanese, Swedish, Korean, Hungarian, Mexican, Polish, Russian and Canadian productions. [164] The Phantom of the Opera has been translated into several languages and produced in over 40 countries on 6 continents. With some exceptions like the 25th Anniversary UK and US Tours, these productions have all been "clones", using the original staging, direction, sets, and costume concepts. [89] [90] Notable international productions include the following:

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Toronto Phantom Disappears Oct. 31 After 10 Years & 4,226 Perfs; Auction Follows. Playbill (29 October 1999), retrieved 26 September 2016.Madame Giry mentioned how OG used to be a part of a circus troupe where he was one of the freaks. The box was the only positive memory he has from his previous life. He turns the knob so that it can play his mother’s song. Besides, much of his attraction towards Christine is based on how much she looked like his mom. Sometimes I can’t help but think that he trained Christine to sing in the same way that his mom sung. Prince, Harold (2017). Sense of occasion. Milwaukee, WI. pp.242–43. ISBN 978-1-4950-1302-7. OCLC 971348709. {{ cite book}}: CS1 maint: location missing publisher ( link) The music box is sold to Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny for 30 francs. He sings, “A collector's piece indeed. Every detail exactly as she said. She often spoke of you, my friend. Your velvet lining, and your figurine of lead. Will you still play, when all the rest of us are dead?” In 1920, French author Gaston Leroux published a novel called The Phantom of the Opera. The novel was about a man who was disfigured in a fire and wore a mask to cover his face. He lived in the underground of the Paris Opera House and caused havoc among the Opera goers. Change is in the air at The Phantom of the Opera, but would the Phantom approve?". londonboxoffice.co.uk . Retrieved 30 April 2021.

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The other popular theory is that the Phantom was an angel who was cast out of heaven for loving a human woman. This theory is based on the fact that the Phantom is often described as being ‘deformed’ or ‘hideous’, which could be seen as a physical representation of his fall from grace. This theory also fits with the idea that the Phantom is trying to win Christine’s love so that he can redeem himself and return to heaven. Finland: A Finnish production premiered in Helsinki in 2015 at the Finnish National Opera in English. [107] The revival began in November 2018. [108] A second revival began in October 2021. [108] The Official Swiss Charts and Music Community: Awards (Musical; 'Phantom of the Opera (Highlights) (Andrew Lloyd Webber) ')". IFPI Switzerland. Hung Medien . Retrieved 7 August 2012. Canadian album certifications – Andrew Lloyd Webber – Phantom of the Opera". Music Canada . Retrieved 7 August 2012. The monkey music box that the Phantom of the Opera gives to Christine Daaé has a special meaning for him. It is a reminder of his time in the Paris Opera House as a child, when he would sit in the rafters and watch the performers. The music box was a gift from his father, and it is one of the few things that the Phantom has from his past. He cherishes it as a reminder of happier times, before he was disfigured and forced to live in the dark underground.British album certifications – Stage Cast Recordings – Phantom of the Opera". British Phonographic Industry . Retrieved 7 August 2012. Whatever his inspiration, Leroux’s Phantom has captured imaginations for more than a century, and shows no signs of fading into obscurity any time soon.

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The character of the Phantom has been popularized in numerous film and stage adaptations, including Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical The Phantom of the Opera. In this version, the Phantom is a talented but tormented composer who lives in the catacombs beneath the opera house. He falls in love with Christine, a young singer, and determines to make her a star. When she spurns his affections, he takes revenge by haunting the opera house and sabotaging her career. a b Schell, Michael. "The Phantom of the Opera: Thoughts on Euromusicals, Puccini, leitmotifs, whole tones and symbolism as the "New Production" reaches Seattle". Schellsburg . Retrieved 22 August 2018.

LBC | Internal works to the stage area including alteration to the proscenium, boxes and orchestra pit and repainting of the ceiling. | Her Majestys Theatre 72–78 Haymarket London SW1Y 4QL". idoxpa.westminster.gov.uk . Retrieved 12 February 2021. Drabinsky, Garth (1995). Closer to the sun: an autobiography. Marq De Villiers. Toronto, Ont.: McClelland & Stewart. p.390. ISBN 0-7710-5650-8. OCLC 31781016. The monkey music box plays a pivotal role in the moment when Christine first sees the Phantom’s face in Gaston Leroux’s novel, The Phantom of the Opera. The music box, which is in the form of a monkey, is a physical representation of the Phantom’s deformity. He gives it to Christine as a gift, telling her that it contains the song “Donkey Skin” which he used to sing to her when she was a child. The music box is a reminder of the Phantom’s love for Christine, but it is also a symbol of his deformity and his isolation from society.

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