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Scarred Face and Scissored Hands

Edward Scissorhands, an unusual cinematographic creation, and the Phantom of the Opera, a Broadway icon, could not appear to be any more different. The two were even constructed by entirely different people in unrelated places. 640 more words


The Phantom of The Opera - Gaston Leroux

What’s it all about?:

The Phantom of the Opera was first published as a serialisation in Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909 to January 8, 1910. 772 more words

Book Reviews

"Phantom" - An Alternative

Maury Yeston is an American composer and lyricist whose works include the Broadway musicals “Nine” ( 1982 ) and “Titanic” ( 1997 ) both of which were acclaimed by the critics and won Tony Awards for best musical and best musical score. 341 more words

Charlotte Hoather

phantom of the opera: monologue [christine]

There are things I have seen that cannot be unseen. Voices I’ve heard that stay with me into the quietest moments of night. And then there is the darkness. 311 more words

Redeeming the Opera Ghost

While phantasms may abound, only one captures the heart of musical fans: the 2004 Phantom of the Opera.

Despite his deceptions, murderous tendencies and selfish conniving, the… 480 more words