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Favorite Villain

Theatre villains are always tough to beat because they are always just so over the top evil. And king of all of those is the Opera Ghost. 33 more words


3 new books to my collection

Apparently, I went to Kinokuniya (bookstore) yesterday because I haven’t been there for about 3 or 4 months. I literally run out of books to read and also, I finally have free time to read books again after working as a volunteer for 3 months.And trust me, volunteering job is not an easy one.  445 more words


The Story Continues 1978

I never had an agent in NYC, I wasn’t in AFTRA and I didn’t become a member of Actor’s Equity for years. I was there on a prayer and would wait in anticipation for the trade papers, Show Biz and Backstage, to come out each Wednesday. 1,082 more words

[Filmkritik] Das Phantom der Oper (2004)

Nachts erwachen alle deine Sinne, Träume wachsen Zweifel halten inne…

Ach, wer kennt sie nicht, die Musik der Nacht (im Original: Music of the Night) aus Andrew Lloyd Webers wundervollen Musical  1,010 more words


The Phantom of the Opera - by Gaston Leroux

First published in French as a serial in 1909, “The Phantom of the Opera” is a riveting story that revolves around the young, Swedish Christine Daaé. 167 more words


“Poor Christine raised her eyes upon this fresh subject of excitement. She recognized her rival. She thought she saw a sneer on her lips. That saved her.

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The Mask of The Phantom

Reading The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux, inspired me, not only to become a famous opera singer one day (kidding), but to also watch the 2004 film for the second time,  245 more words