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"Phantom of the Opera" 2004 v.s. 25th Anniversary

“The Phantom of the Opera” is a story about love, seduction and mystery. Over the years there have been countless film versions, including the 2004 movie based off the 1986 musical adaption. 1,016 more words

Songs from Musicals: #39, "Til I Hear You Sing," from Love Never Dies

Honorable mentions: meh

The premise of Love Never Dies is, at best, distasteful: a decade after the events of The Phantom of the Opera, we find out that the Phantom has escaped to Coney Island, where Raoul and Christine show up, and we are treated to a sermon about which man Christine  555 more words

Musicals

Theater Thursday: Lincoln Center's Secret Garden Anniversary Concert Review

As a kid, I was exposed to a lot of musicals that I never actually got the chance to see. 1991’s The Secret Garden, based on the classic children’s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, was one that always stuck out in my mind. 805 more words

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If I could recast the "Phantom of the Opera" movie in 2016

Do you ever watch “The Phantom of the Opera” 2004 movie and say, “What were they thinking?”

Do you ever wish they had cast Ramin Karimloo as Raoul instead of Christine’s father, who only had two, three second cameos. 906 more words

Kind words from Brooklands Radio


Alex Nairn is a presenter for UK Country Station – Brooklands Radio

He recently attended my show at The Union Chapel supporting Ramin Karimloo

Here’s what he said: 66 more words

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Ramin Karimloo and friends wow Islington's Union Chapel

On Tuesday January 19, ex-West End and Broadway Jean Valjean, Ramin Karimloo, brought his unique ‘broadgrass’ genre back to the UK with the help of some friends most notably his ex-antagonist (Javert), … 371 more words

Music

An Evening with Ramin Karimloo - Union Chapel

I’ve written before about how much I love Ramin Karimloo, and I’ve been looking forward to his Union Chapel concert for months: he hasn’t performed in the UK for several years, owing to his role as Jean Valjean in  353 more words

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