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Everybody loves Christine Daaé

Gaston Leroux was inspired in Christina Nilsson, a Swedish soprano singer, to create Christine Daaé. She is one of the most important characters in the musical, with beautiful songs like ‘ 240 more words

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'Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again'

The best of the musicals is the connexion that you can create with them. It’s unique, personal, even knowing that the feelings and emotions are shared with many people. 363 more words

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Sarah Brightman, the first Christine Daaé

The Phantom of the Opera’ has been on stage since 1986. This means a lot of years and a lot of actors and actresses have been playing the roles of Erik, Christine or Raoul. 346 more words

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The stars of The Phantom of the Opera

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – Katie Travis who plays Christine Daae, and Storm Lineberger, who plays Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny, discuss the local presentation of The Phantom of The Opera. 33 more words

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Re-reading Phantom - Part 6 (End)

Ugh!!! Every single time when I get to the ending, no matter how ticked off I am at Erik for being a creepy, psychotic stalker/kidnapper who wanted to blow up the opera house with himself and Christine in it, I still can’t help but feel sorry for him!!! 340 more words

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Re-reading Phantom - Part 4

It’s strange to me that even though Raoul is Leroux’s obvious choice for Christine he repeatedly refers to their relationship in more platonic terms. For instance, in Chapter 12, Leroux says, “They embraced each other like a desperate brother and sister who have been afflicted by a common loss and who have come together to weep for their dead.” And later, “She kissed poor Raoul like a sister, rewarding him with an access of tenderness because he had made a brotherly little fist to defend her against all of life’s possible dangers.” In Chapter 13 we have Christine herself recalling to Raoul how she swore to Erik that “you were nothing more to me than a brother, and that you would never be anything else….” Admittedly, Christine supposedly lied in this regard to avoid losing her connection with the Voice, but one has to wonder if there might not have been some grain of truth involved when Leroux keeps referring to their connection in terms of siblings rather than lovers. 265 more words

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