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  1. STEPHEN TEWKSBURY has been a part of four different Phantom companies and is thrilled to be returning to The Majestic. Broadway: Kinky Boots, Phantom, Miss Saigon. National tours: Les Misérables (Javert, Enjolras), Phantom (Phantom). Regional: Geva Theatre, Sweeney Todd, (Sweeney); North Carolina Theatre, Oliver!

  2. Known as “P. of the Opera,” “the ghost,” “the Voice” and “the Master of the Traps,” Erik is the antagonist of the novel and a tragic, violent, and ultimately mysterious figure. Although the narrator asserts… read analysis of Erik / The Phantom of the Opera / The Ghost / The Voice

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  4. Mar 16, 2018 · It is at this point that all four become friends and agree to let the "Professor" coach "Christine". The audience learns the backstory of "The Phantom" as "Harry" asks "Professor Petrie" how he came to be there.. As a result of their meeting and understanding. "Professor Petrie's" opera is to be performed with "Christine" in the lead.

  5. The Phantom of the Opera (1962 film) The Phantom of the Opera. (1962 film) The Phantom of the Opera is a 1962 British horror film directed by Terence Fisher, a loose adaptation of the 1910 novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra by Gaston Leroux. The film was made by Hammer Film Productions but performed unsuccessfully at the box office.

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    The Phantom of the Opera is a 1962 British film based on the novel by Gaston Leroux. The film was made by Hammer Film Productions. Set in London instead of Paris, the story was changed quite a bit.

    The film opens in Victorian London on a December night in 1900. The first night of the season at the London Opera House finds the opening of a new opera by Lord Ambrose D'Arcy (Michael Gough), a wealthy and pompous man, who is annoyed and scornful when the opera manager Lattimer (Thorley Walters) informs him the theatre has not been completely sold...

    Herbert Lom - Professor L. Petrie Heather Sears - Christine Charles Edward de Souza - Harry Hunter Michael Gough - Lord Ambrose D'Arcy Ian Wilson - The Dwarf Thorley Walters - Lattimer Patrick Troughton - The Rat Catcher Renée Houston - Mrs. Tucker Keith Pyott - Mr. Weaver

  6. The Phantom of the Opera, or Le Fantôme de l'Opéra in French, was published as a serial in 1909-10 by French author and journalist Gaston Leroux. It was translated into English in 1911. Initially, the novel sold very poorly and was even out of print several times during the twentieth century. Today, it is considered to be a classic of French literature, though it is overshadowed by its many ...