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Phantom of the Opera take you to an emotional journey of love, beauty, ugliness and hatred. Phantom of the Opera is originally a French novel Le Fantôme de l'Opéra written by the French novelist Gaston Leroux in 1909. Gaston was a novelist and journalist. He was born in 1868 in Paris. His creation, Phantom of the Opera has been translated as many musicals, movies and theater shows. Gaston who claims that the main lead of Phantom of the Opera was a real character got the inspiration for his play while working on the proceedings of a legal case in which prisoners were reported to be kept in the basement of the Paris Opera. Today Paris Opera has been changed to Paris Ballet.

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Phantom of the opera gained wild fame as a film and musical form, but in the 1900s, it was a poor publication. The most popular forms of Phantom are its movie version from 1925 and its theatrical version from 1986. The theatrical version was first created by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. 62 years old music composer Andrew Webber was born in England in 1948. Andrew started showing his love for music since he was 6 years old. His first commercial piece was produced when he was nine years old. He created the musical form of Phantom of the Opera. Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe wrote the lyrics for the musical creation of Andrew Webber.

Phantom of the Opera is now considered the longest running theater show so far. It has been visualized by theater actors all over the world. Every season thousands of Phantom of the Opera Tickets are sold which is just another evidence of its popularity amongst the fans. The story of phantom of the Opera revolves around a young beautiful girl Christine Daaé. Christine Daaé who has been brought up by her father after her mother’s death earns fame all over the country by playing violin and singing folk lore and sacred scriptures. She has a firm belief in an angel of music which has been incorporated in her mind by her father.

After her father’s death, she starts working in the Paris Opera and hears a mysterious voice. Christine thinks that it’s the voice of the angel of music sent by her father. Christine get more assured of the heavenly link of the voice when the voice itself confirms that it is an angel and promises to teach her the music of the heavens. Their lessons continue when one day it turns out that the voice actually belonged to Eric who a disfigured man is living in the basement of the Opera House.

Eric built a secret house in the basement of the Opera House during the construction of the building and now he is considered the ghost who takes money away from the administration of Opera. Eric had fallen madly in love with Christine. After Christine wins fame in the Opera with the help of Eric, he takes her to his cellular in the basement. Christine asks him to release her and let her live on the top with other humans after a promise of wearing his ring as a sign of faithfulness to Eric.

When the childhood friend of Christine, Raoul hears her voice, he returns to her with a claim of love and promise to take her away from Eric. Eric gets mad and kidnaps Christine to save her from going away from him. He forces Christine to marry him with a threat that he will destroy the whole Opera with explosives. Though she refuses at first,  later after realizing that Raoul and another friends had been trapped in Eric’s torture cell, Christine marries Eric to save every one else. When they finally kiss, Eric gets so much moved by emotions that he sets Christine free to go live with the actual love of her life, Raoul. A few weeks later, the newspaper reports Eric to be dead.

The musical adaptation of Phantom of Opera was a production of Hal Prince. The dances were choreographed by dance teacher Gillian Lynne.  The theater company, Broadway Productions had performed Phantom of Opera nine thousand times by the year 2009. Currently, the main character of Phantom is played by John Cudia. Sarah Jean Ford is the current Christine and Roul is played by Ryan Silverman. Phantom of the Opera musical has won three Olivier Awards including Best New Musical award for 1986, ten Tony Awards for 1988 and the 2002 Olivier Audience Award for Most Popular Show.

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