Play Review On Phantom Of The Opera

338 WordsDec 21, 20112 Pages
Play Review of Phantom Of the Opera Phantom of the Opera, deformed since birth, a bitter man lives in the sewers underneath the Paris Opera House. He falls in love with the obscure chorus singer Christine, and privately tutors her while terrorizing the rest of the opera house and demanding Christine be given lead roles. Things get worse when Christine meets back up with her childhood acquaintance Raoul and the two fall in love. The Phantom decides to kidnap her and imprison her with him in his lair. Raoul is now the only one who can stop him battling out their love for Christine The acting was very well done because didn't see a spot where they didn't cheat out. They're signing was very loud and the speaking parts were very precise. No once did I have to turn to y parents and asked what they said, I usually doing so for movies and plays. Their emotion and tone of their voice kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time and in awe. The set was amazing. The whole stage was built and was made for The Phantom of the Opera. The chandelier was very amazing and close to the real one. Both sides of the theater had the balcony with fake people on it pretending they were watching the opera. The set is something you had to see for yourself. The lighting I did not pay much to. Just because I was more focused on the story itself and getting lost in the story. The costumes were very great. Every costumes added to the story itself. The masquerade's scene was incredible itself there were so close and precise to the movie it was shocking. The details were incredible. I don't even what to know how much the cast spent on them. The play is an absolute must see. I was in love with it just because it's beautiful love story and I loved this movie for

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