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writed by Andrew Lloyd Webber
resume A disfigured musical genius, hidden away in the Paris Opera House, terrorizes the opera company for the unwitting benefit of a young protégée whom he trains and loves
Tomatometers 9,1 / 10 star
directors Nick Morris
Movie online the phantom of the opera at the royal albert hall cast. Absolutely love Ramin's version of Phantom in this title song. Grrrrooow strrrrrooonger yet It's hear You allllways knew. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert halloween. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert hall of light entry. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert hall of fame.
Movie online the phantom of the opera at the royal albert hall dvd. Anyone else notice they are doing the actions for Music of the Night? XD. Its 4am here and im still not over it... :3. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert hall. Ramin's gestures during this make it all the better, he's literally gesturing for her how to sing. @xian1978 There were a lot of people doing a lot of things, many got carried away by an outstanding performance except for Michael Crawford who fumbled. John Owen Jones is really underused in both Les Mis and Phantom 25th anniversary performances. His voice pops out the most to me. He portrayal is by all means more stable, beautiful, and powerful than Ramin. Phantom is not young and sexy, and that's what really bothers me. He did an spectacular job, but if I had to judge on realism for the phantom, Ramin doesn't pull it off like Ben Lewis or John Owen Jones does on an emotional level.
Ramin and Sierra do look like a happy married couple! When they came back on stage. Movie online the phantom of the opera at the royal albert hall 2012. Still holds up well 22 years later. He's so agressive here. xD SING! Versus Gerard's Siiing... And though you turn from me.
The feels... They both are so good together. And the wig thatshe wearing is better most that i've seen. Phantom. The true distortion lies not on his face, but inside of him. I like to think of him as a pitiful monster. He was an inventor, engineer, artist, composer, a genius, but abandoned because of his face, hunted because of the secrets he know. After working as a freak in a circus locked in a cage, he escaped and lived in the opera house ever since. Throughout the musical he was described as the angel of music, but in the end, he referred to himself as the angel in hell. Yes he was a murderer, but the true evil is the society, what shaped him, and forced him to become a creature. I have just noticed the comments that Sierra was ill during this performance. I got an Eargasm listening to this performance and if she was fully fit I imagine my Eardrums would have well and truly burst cos she has got one hell of a beautiful, powerful voice. I heard her belt out these in London a while ago and she well and truly deserved the standing ovation she received at the end of the show, she was amazing, truly amazing.
Well, what can I say? One of the best musicals of all time, beautifully brought to life by a dream cast. Boggess and Karimloo have perfect voices, both alone and together. Fraser gives a fantastic performance as Raoul, bringing out the more heroic, protective side so often ignored. Boggess conveys every expression flawlessly, from elation to heartbreak. Erik's pain at the end is felt so keenly by viewers, as if they themselves experienced it. All the songs are sang brilliantly, but special praise must go to: the title song, Prima Donna, point of no return and the final song. The disappearance of the phantom at the end intrigued, as always. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert hall of light. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal albert hall.
Here for my daily dose of Phantom of the Opera. Movie Online The Phantom of the Opera at the royal albert hall. Jesus Mary and Joseph what a wonderful performance. Movie online the phantom of the opera at the royal albert hall full. Is no one going to talk about the backing music? It's fantastic! I love the racing violins, the dramatic bassline, and just how it all perfectly complements Ramin and Sierra's voices! This would have been amazing to hear live...