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Average customer review: 4.0 star rating (4.2 Stars)

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3.0 star rating Anonymous from Minneapolis, Minnesota

THE NEW CHANGES ARE DISAPPOINTING

If you've never seen the original Phantom of the Opera, you'll likely enjoy the experience not knowing what you're really missing. Those however that have attended previously will be disappointed with the changes, especially the Masqureade scene. It went from an amazing spectacle to nothing noteworthy . Performers & orchestra did fantastic. I enjoyed Mark Campbell as Phantom. Some of the changes though seem to have caused a lack of passion/connection between the characters. I usually attend a few times when Phantom is in town, once will be enough with the "new" version.

3.0 star rating Littleg from Chicago, Illinois

NOT AS ENJOYABLE AS PREVIOUS VERSION

Sound let it down for me, vocals were drowned out by the orchestra and when you could hear Them they were too harsh. New set was interesting and clever . If you saw the last production in Chicago you will be disappointed.

3.0 star rating Anonymous from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

DISAPPOINTING

Very disappointed. Could not see because everything was so dark, no definition of stage--everything was gray or black. Could not understand words because is was too loud. It was a gift to myself and my sisters from my husband, how do I tell him it wasn't the greatest after he spent so much money. On the other hand liked the costume and scenery changes. Some almost seemed magical.

3.0 star rating Nikkita from usa

PHANTOM LUVA

PHANOMINAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

3.0 star rating Ali M from Manchester, UK

WHERE'S THE POWER???

I saw The Phantom Of The Opera on April 7th and the show in itself was the most amazing thing I've ever seen, but where were the voices??? As a 17 year old I should have very little trouble hearing the performance from the front mezzanine but somehow it was mostly inaudible. The audible parts where however amazing, and as for Raoul (the actors name escapes me) 10/10!!! He was truly excellent. Unfortunately Howard Mcgillin was not on that night but alas, I would like to see it again!

3.0 star rating Anonymous from Cincinnati, Ohio

DISAPPOINTED IN THIS VERSION OF PHANTOM.

While it was a good show, it was Not a phenomenal show. The singing was good but I have heard better. I have seen better Productions of Broadway's Phantom of the Opera , this show was very different from past shows I have seen I did not think it was as well done and I was let down and disappointed. It felt like they did not want to put much money into this show. The set was revolving and though interesting didn't feel like a broadway set. The singing was good but not mind blowing I have seen and heard better. I didn't feel the passion from the actors in the lead roles. Costumes were not as good as in past either. Masquerade was a disappointment as well. No grand stair case or splendid costumes. No cymbals cashing not well enough singing. I guess if this was your first time seeing it you would have loved it but I have seen it many times before and this performance was a let down because the past Phantoms I have seen were just so phenomenal and amazing.

3.0 star rating Anonymous from Chicago, Il

DISAPPOINTED

The 2 main characters were really great - wonderful acting & voices, but whenever the rest of the cast sang together, you couldn't understand a word of it - just musical noise. Very disappointing.

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