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I attended this show last night. It was good, but certainly not great. Disappointed.
Don and Dawn C from Appleton, Wisconsin
A HUGE LETDOWN FROM PREVIOUS SHOWS WE HAVE SEEN IN THE PAST
My wife and I have seen Phantom 8 times in the past. At intermission we stood up and looked at each other with the gaze of what has just happened. Songs shortened, lyrics changed, at times humor
and playful nature of the actors minimized. Huge changes in the set and outright leaving parts out that made the original show so magicial. The chandilier rising from the stage, the boat ride and song as
they went to his lair, the stair case and costumes in Masquerade. Christine putting the ring on a table instead of giving the right back to the Phantom directly. The singing and acting was at least 2 steps
below anything we had seen in the past shows. We waited all year for this show, and to be let down so badly, I wish we could get a refund and see a different show. For those that have never seen Phantom
of the Opera, they probably enjoyed this very much. But if you have seen the old version of this show, skip this one and do not let your fond memories be tainted.
Mari golt from sacramento, Ca.
PHANTOM DISAPPOINTMENT AT THE MAJESTIC
performance was MONDAY, 2/5 AT 8:00
This was our 3rd time seeing TPOTO but 1st in NYC.
Very disappointed in the actors who played the phantom and
The phantom sang off key....often at the beginning of a song it was
very difficult to hear him. He didn't caress Christine during the
seductive scenes. Rouelle was simply clumsy on stage and was not
convincing at all. He often appeared confused, not knowing quite
how to position himself on the stage. There was no natural
chemistry between he and Christine and this came across during
Sorry.....we just didn't feel this was worth the money.
Eric from Seattle, Washington
NO ONE TOLD ME THIS WAS A HIGH SCHOOL PRODUCTION...
At least that's how it felt. My wife and I took friends who had not seen any version of POTO before. They were totally lost! Couldn't understand half of it. The Phantom was sub par. Felt like a budget production. And what is with the revolving stage? This was by far the worst version of the POTO. A.L. Webber I'm sure is very disappointed. Please bring back the original and cast it with professionals!
Christa F. from Seattle, Washington
First, let me say I have seen POTO is the past
several times and I was beyond excited when
I saw it was touring through. I bought tickets
for my young daughter hoping she would fall
in love with the story, the music, and the
grand performance that I did at her age.
Nope. What a mess of a production. The
cheap revolving stage, the NON
rising/crashing chandelier, the minimal
costumes, no masquerade staircase, and all
the changes to the choreography has
completely ruined what was once a most
spectacular and emotional experience. The
whole storyline is now so muddled. My
daughter was lost the entire time and I kept
having to explain the scenes to her. She was
not impressed. And, I, of coarse, was more
than sad and frustrated that the experience I
had hoped to share with her had been
ruined by someone's idea of "better". Well,
if no drama, no mystery, no heartpounding,
and no love for the characters is "better".
There you go.
from Tigard/Portland, Oregon
SHOCKINGLY AWFUL DISAPPOINTMENT-DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME/MONEY
and I'm a big fan of POTO! Saw this at the Keller auditorium last night. If it weren't
for ruining it for my wife I would have walked out early on. The main cast, save for
Carlotta (Trista Moldovan), was AWFUL! The Phantom (Quentin Oliver Lee) being the
worst, such a let down. The only time he had any power behind his voice was literally
the last line of the show. You could barely hear him the rest of the show, and when
you did it sounded like a whiny high school teenager. Christine (Eva Tavares) needs
to go! Also no power, she rushed through most of the actual lyrics without actually
singing them through, totally FAILED on 'The Point of No Return', my wife said she
sounded more like a high pitched Disney character. To make it worse there was
ZERO believable chemistry between the Phantom and Christine. The sets were small
and cheap looking, they shortened many of the original breathtaking scenes. I could
go on but you get the point. Fans of the original production WILL be disappointed
Anonymous from Anytown, AT 55555
This show was weird. It was seriously depressing and boring. I didn't get the story at all! Some creepy guy that has a secret lair in an opera house falls in love with a soprano and becomes jealous of the guy she loves and tries to kill him while throughout the whole show sings boring operatic songs that are too overdone. Did I miss anything? This is what you're getting when you see this show. Enough said...
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