What do you mean the whole thing? The whole scene or the whole video? I don’t really want to post either, to be honest… I don’t gift videos, and I don’t really like just throwing random scenes on to my YouTube account.
Gary Mauer, Marie Danvers, Michael Shawn Lewis
August 31, 2005; Boston
It’s on A Lamentable Mess. According to that site:
Somehow, Maaike Widdershoven managed to seriously injure herself on the gate to Christine’s father’s grave during Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again. I don’t think she was able to perform for a few weeks. (Stephanie - aka Toryn)
Do you mean the chandelier crash? I’ve been getting comments on my YouTube videos about the chandelier almost hitting a Christine or another actress, but I’ve never heard of anything in regards to someone dying. I would imagine that something like that would make a great deal of news, but it’s the Dutch production, so what do I know? (Given that most news regarding it would probably be in Dutch and that the production is one of the older ones.)
I have heard something about one of the Dutch actresses getting injured, but it was during a different scene and on a different prop.
Also, I don’t have a London audio from April 23, 2012.
Osamu Takai, Tamami Sai, Yusuke Kitazawa
March 20, 2007; Tokyo, Japan
If clicking the URL doesn’t work, copy and paste the entire thing into your browser.
I’m slightly pissy because I just checked my files and it appears that someone (or multiple someones) has downloaded the files, even though I’ve shared almost none of them. So I guess a certain person has been freeloading off my audios. Well, no worries; I changed the file and access a bit, and now nobody can access them unless I want them to. So take that, anonymous freeloader.
Want to be give me a specific cast? I don’t have much inclination to go through my audios… and I’ve gifted audios of the Japanese cast before, but they’ve all gone down. Guess it’s not a really popular production.
I don’t know. I don’t really pay much attention to the 2004 film.
Oh man… I’ve said a lot about them already. I think this link, this, and this would provide some answers. Most of these aren’t really specific to the 25th anniversary, but it was what I drew upon most when writing my opinions, given that it was the most accessible video at the time. I think my opinions on them have mellowed slightly, but yeah, those posts are pretty much the gist of what I think about them.
To celebrate that I’m done with my final high school exams, have one of my favorite audios:
The Phantom of the Opera
May 10th, 2003; Broadway
Hugh Panaro, Lisa Vroman, John Cudia, Patricia Phillips, Jeff Keller, George Lee Andrews (u/s), Marilyn Caskey, Larry Wayne Morbitt, Joelle Gates.
Missing some of the ‘Prologue’, but otherwise a great quality audio. Lisa Vroman is lovely, her voice is somewhat ‘darker’ than some of the more ‘pop’ Christines seen today.
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Main Christines in the World Tour/South Korean/South African:
1. Hye-kyoung Lee (alt. So-hyun Kim), Seoul 2001-02
2. Lana English (alt. Amy Hudson), Pretoria/Cape Town 2004
3. Marni Raab (alt. Ana Marina), Shanghai, Seoul, Taipei and Hong Kong, 2004-06
4. Rebecca Pitcher (alt. Ana Marina), Singapore 2007
5. Ana Marina (alt. Julie Goodwin), Australian tour 2007-09
6. Hyun-ju Choi/So-hyun Kim, Seoul and Daegu, 2009-10
7. Magdalene Minnaar/Robin Botha, Cape Town and Johannesburg, 2011-12
8. Claire Lyon (Emilie Lynn), Manila and Seoul 2012-13
9. Claire Lyon (Kristi Holden), Bangkok 2013
Phantom in Poland
part 4 (new production)
A gorgeous instrumental track of The Point of No Return. Unfortunately, we do not have any information about which orchestra recorded and released this track. If anyone has this information, please message us and we will provide due credit.
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I don’t know, I haven’t watched him in any of the major principle roles he’s played. Someone asked me to review video of his Phantom though, so I suppose I’ll have that figured out soon enough.
Yeah, they’re top on my list of “people I want to see more of”. Particularly because I just upgraded my video of them to a much better quality one. (I can actually see Joke de Kruijf’s facial expressions now!) As of right now, I don’t have too much of an opinion on Henk Poort, though I watched through a bit of his ‘Final Lair’ and liked it. I really adore Joke de Kruijf’s voice - she is literally divine - and what I’ve seen of her acting is great. She looks so sweet and happy, like she clearly enjoys singing and being on stage, but also shows a terrific amount of conflict between Raoul and the Phantom, and just generally acts like a lovely, realistic Christine. And she’s quite gorgeous in wig and costume.
Anthony Crivello final lair photo’s