Broadway, March 3, 2014
Hugh Panaro, Elizabeth Welch (u/s), Jeremy Hays
Act 1 was recorded from the left rear mezz, and act 2 was recorded from the right front row.
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Hmm, when I think of Peter Hofmann, I think of a really deep, booming voice, so here are some that I think are fairly similar:
Hope that helps!
Hello friend! Here you are:
Ramin Karimloo (s/b), Leila Benn Harris, Michael Xavier, David Covey (u/s), Sam Hiller, Wendy Ferguson, Heather Jackson, Rohan Tickell, Lindsey Wise
July 20, 2007; London
Long story short: Sofia Escobar was on vacation, Tabitha Webb was ill, and they did not want Katy Treharne doing all eight shows a week, so Gina got called in to do some of the performances.
John Owen-Jones, Katie Knight-Adams, Ramin Karimloo, Richard Hazell, Sam Hiller, Judith Gardner-Jones, Heather Jackson, Howard Ellis, Heidi Ann O’Brian
February 28, 2004; London
Earl Carpenter (s/b), Katie Knight-Adams, Ramin Karimloo, Richard Hazell, Sam Hiller, Judith Gardner-Jones, Heather Jackson, Jim Heath, Nouska Hanly (u/s)
August 17, 2004; London
Already gifted the November 7, 2009 audio here.
Already gifted the September 4, 2010 audio here.
Hmm, if you mean my system of reviewing bootlegs… it’s mostly determined by the actors playing the trio (Phantom, Christine, Raoul), and I usually try to watch a video that has as many actors that I have not reviewed as possible. So like, in the case of Mary Michael Patterson, I knew there were a ton of videos with her but only one of her with Paul Schaefer, so I went with that one to watch. (Plus it’s pretty recent, good quality, etc.) I’m probably going to watch Samantha Hill next, and she’s with a number of different Phantoms as well, but only one that I’ve not yet viewed extensively, which would be Jeremy Stolle, so I’m probably going to see that one next.
I kind of do the same when I listen to audios. In general, I also try to pick the most recent recording of them (because performers can change and improve a lot from their first performance to their last). The quality of the audio/video is also a factor - like, if I have to pick between a really recent audio that’s crap quality over an earlier audio that’s really nice quality, I’ll go with the earlier audio, because what’s the point if I can’t even understand what they’re singing?
So yep, that’s basically how I go about it!
Looks like Phantom London has finally settled on a principal/alternative schedule…congrats Harriet Jones!
Yes! This is great news! Good choice London :)
The first promotional image of the Finnish National Opera’s upcoming production of The Phantom of the Opera.
I am over two weeks late on this and I am so sorry please forgive me I really was doing this or at least thinking about doing this but I just had to get the video because I have a system and I get anal about it and I finally got the video and NOW I CAN ANSWER THIS.
Slightly incoherent mix of thoughts will follow under the cut, because this ended up being longer than I thought.
Mark McKerracher, Carmen Cusack (u/s), Andrew Halliday
February 17, 1996; Edinburgh
Yeah, they implemented that… quite recently, I think? I mean, I’d seen the little bars on my account some weeks ago, but it didn’t affect me then, so my only guess is that they just started putting limits on users.
Anyway, I don’t have a premium account… but *whispers* I do have multiple 4shared accounts. Soon as I hit the limit on one account, I switch to the next. Usually I can get whatever I want downloaded by then… and even if I don’t, I don’t mind waiting a day.
Sofia Escobar, Anna Forbes, Liesl Dowsett
The Phantom of The Opera, London
Photo by Michael Le Poer Trench/Cameron Mackintosh Ltd.
Will Barratt, Sofia Escobar, & John Owen-Jones.
The Phantom of The Opera, London production.
Picture by Michael Le Poer Trench/Cameron Mackintosh Ltd.
I would say to look around other trading sites for that audio and see how it’s listed. If the majority seem to trade it around, it might be okay to trade it. If they don’t keep it not for trade.
If you want, you can tell me what audio it is and the master and I can try and determine if that is an audio that is traded around a lot.
All of these were recorded at the Cadillac Theater in Chicago.
If traded, please list as whereisyourredscaaahf or firstname.lastname@example.org’s master. Please like or reblog if you download!
Cooper’s first night as Phantom. Unfortunately the phone bugged out for Act 2.
Recorded really close to the pit, so questionable quality. Piangi was unfortunately ill, but still put on a great performance, Hannibal C5 aside.
First or second performance after their first rehearsal with Cooper. As a replacement, he never went through the formal rehearsal process up until this point. Piangi understudy as well.
Best quality of the bunch. It’s amazing to hear how much the cast has changed in Chicago alone.