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Finally a full staging of my favorite musical and the second longest running one in the U.K is here for the first time on DVD. This live production filmed straight from the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London, which was broadcasted to cinemas and theatres around the globe and celebrates 25 years of the Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical, is nothing short of a lavish treat for the eyes and ears, with nice performances and acting from the cast, including all the songs that fanatics of the present will know and remember.The 25th Anniversary production stars the amazingly talented Iranian born Canadian Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom and American Broadway star Sierra Boggess as Christine Daae, with a nice helping performance from Hadley Fraser as Christine's love interest Raoul. Karimloo and Boggess incidentally are no strangers to the characters, having played them previously in the London production of the sequel to this present 'Love Never Dies'. Their chemistry on scene is excellent as are their performances. Ramin is terrific as the Phantom and injects emotion and passion into the present testing the phantom as essentially a victim, with a voice that at times can be vengeful and deadly, yet soft and vulnerable at others. His delivery of the 'insolent boy' line near the beginning strikes fear right around the Albert Hall. I would even go as far to tell that he is the greatest Phantom that I've watched so far, having previously experienced others on scene live and unfortunately the poor 2004 film ver starring Gerard Butler. His acting is nice without being over the top, and you really feel for the character. Sierra Bogges is also nice displaying sensitivity, vulnerability and sexuality all throughout the show. Her performance of 'past of the mission no return' being a particular highlight. The two leads work very well together and create the present believable. There are also nice helping performances too. Hadley Fraser's Raoul is dynamic and energetic without becoming too irritating and makes quite a nice match vs the Phantom in the war for Christine's heart. Wendy Ferguson and Wynne (Go Compare) Evans are very funny as the diva Carlotta and Piangi, the two Italian opera supremos who are the topics of Phantom's rage and eventually driven to obedience. Equally as funny and memorable are the opera house managers Firmin and Andre, played brilliantly by Barry James and Gareth Snook, who camp it up and deliever some extra comedy. The staging and scenery is spectacular, with the doomed chandelier hanging above the audience and the on scene sets, especially the bridge leading to the Phantom's lair, featuring prominently. Due to the venue they had to create a very slight change to the chandelier stage at the end of the first part of the show, but it isn't a large deal and still has a nice impact in my opinion. The present is cute much identical to that of the theatre ver that one may see in London's West End or anywhere else it may be on. Some lines were changed ever so slightly but nothing noticeable or significant. The performances throughout will leave you astounded and definitely not disappointed. In fact there are simply no scenes or performances that can be criticised. If you are a fanatic of the present you will love this and not be disappointed. As in usual 'anniversary style', like the Les Miserables 25th concert, they bring back all the old Phantom's and stars who have performed over the years in different productions. Including Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman. Andrew Lloyd-Webber also makes a speech about the present and it's legacy. So actually finally you can watch the present like you were in the theatre itself whenever you want. One advantage this production has over seeing it live is that you receive to see all the facial expressions and emotions up close, thereby really getting a feel for the present almost like a film in some parts (but definitely much better than the current movie).
We all know that the "Phantom of the Opera" is by far one of the greatest known and greatest loved musicals of the past years. It is quite nice to learn that this year is already the 25th year of this acclaimed piece of musical theater based on the novel by Gaston Leroux. The pretty melody was by Andrew Lloyd Webber, with most of the lyrics by Charles Hart, and produced by Cameron Macintosh. It debuted in the West End in London in 1986. Phantom is recognized as the highest-grossing entertainment happening of all time and the most financially successful theatrical present in history.Last week, it was suddenly announced that the unique 25th Anniversary performance held at the Royal Albert Hall last October 2-3, 2011 was now going to be shown in local theaters! I knew that my wife and I had to see it again. This morning, I was surprised to learn that this will be a 3 hour and 41 minute movie. This caused issues in our schedule but we still decided to push through and watch. An occasion to watch a theater happening such as this on the large screen was indeed rare.As we entered, we found out the reason for the very long running time. Before the present proper, there was first a short documentary about Phantom by Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber. Here we got to hear how the concept of doing Phantom came about, and meet the original London production crew. This lasted about 15 minutes. After which there were adverts announcing the sale of DVDs of this happening come March next year. I guess we still have to wait that long to receive an original copy of this special. Then there was about other 5 minute pause (as if waiting for the audience to fill up) before the present itself now began. I see that this movie was going to approximate a true theater presentation. Unfortunately, this also included a true 20 minute Intermission after Act 1. The theater (we watched in SM Megamall) now paused the film for the entire 20 minutes! So be warned. The Phantom was played by Ramin Karimloo, while his ingénue Christine Daae was played by Sierra Boggess. I knew these were the same actors who played these same characters in the short-lived sequel of Phantom named "Love Never Dies." Ms. Boggess was pretty as Christine channeling both innocence and sensuousness. Her soprano was flawless even in the most challenging and punishing notes in "Think of Me," "Phantom of the Opera," and "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again." As the Phantom, Mr. Karimloo has got that X-factor that makes the role risky yet riveting and sympathetic. His voice can navigate the highs and lows that makes Mr. Lloyd Webber a musical sadist. It can be strong, yet tender and also menacing. His "Music of the Night" and "Point of No Return" were fantastic!The helping performances were also very strong. Hadley Fraser cuts a dashing figure as Raoul. His featured duet with Christine, "All I Ask of You," was very well sung. Kiera Duffy makes a hilarious Madame Carlotta even as she also hit those wonderful high notes, in songs like "Primadonna." Liz Robertson makes a very imposing Madame Giry with her severe black gown everytime in sharp contrast with the very bright colors of the costumes around her. Everything was so expertly staged: the dancing, the costumes, the set pieces, the make-up, the video backgrounds, were all so rich, elaborate and detailed. The camera work and direction was also very effective in conveying the drama, danger and romance of the story.After the last stage where Meg Giry holds up the Phantom's mask after he vanishes, there was a very long curtain call. The entire scene was filled with actors and dancers. It was a very emotional moment. However, after the three main characters made their bows, it was not yet over. Sir Andrew himself took center scene and thanked the audience and his crew, show and past. Then he introduced the boy who played the first Phantom, Michael Crawford! Finally he brought out his "Angel of Music", Ms. Sarah Brightman (who was looking very hefty indeed nowadays). The surprise did not end there, Ms. Brightman obliged to sing! Of course, she sang "Phantom of the Opera." I would not tell it was her greatest because her breathing was audible, but she should still hit those assassin notes at the end. Other surprise was when it was the Phantom's turn to sing, four actors who played the Phantom before came out on scene to sing with Ms. Brightman. Of the four, I recognized two: Colm Wilkinson (Jean Valjean from Les Miz) and the wonderful Anthony Warlow! The another guy was John Owen Jones (the actual Phantom in London). The youngest guy of the four Phantoms, Peter Joback (upcoming Phantom in the 2012 run in London), had a rather thin and nasal pop voice, in sharp contrast with the booming tenors of the another three. Too bad, Michael Crawford did not sing a note. After this, the four ex-Phantoms all took turns to sing "Music of the Night." This was other pretty rendition of the song. At the end, the show Phantom, Ramin Kaminloo also joined the group. Other curtain call followed, and the happening comes to an end.This is definitely a must-watch for fanatics of Phantom, as well as fanatics of Musical Theater in general. When time comes for the DVD to come out, that could also be a must-own in his DVD collection.
I have loved "The Phantom of the Opera" for many years and listen to the soundtrack album with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman almost religiously. I began watching this with nice worry, remembering how underwhelmed and disappointed I felt with the 2004 movie adaptation. Imagine my delight when I discovered this even better than the original cast!Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Bogges are both wonderful actors and singers and are absolute magic together, as well as individually. Ramin has the passion and soul the Phantom needs and Sierra has the voice of an angel and makes feel each note she sings.For years, I have had to place up with folks saying me that Joel Schumacher's utterly redundant 2004 adaptation was now brilliant; or that they cannot afford to see the true show. Well, the 25th anniversary concert exposes the 2004 adaptation for the diabolical mess that it is, with it's far superior singing, acting and set. And the fact that it is accessible on DVD means the 2004 movie can shoved into the deep hole it belongs in. Simply perfect, there is no excuse to miss this. Watch it and allow it's melody caress your soul.
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