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We were disappointed. I saw Phantom three times before, and this is the weakest one. Derrick Davis was a very convincing Phantom. However, Raoul (played by Jordan Craig) was a disaster. His good looks did not help him much... every time Jordan opened his mouth to sing, I had a feeling that someone is choking him from behind.
Sue Johnson from Los Angeles, California
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA AT THE PANTAGES JUNE 2019
This was a disappointment. The singing, acting and orchestra all amazing, the set and production a cheap rendition of what use to be an amazing show. I would never pay 165.00 + for tickets to see this. Nothing like the original set. I hope they return to the old set and production. Simple back drops for what use to be wonderful set designs to create the scene so you could become complete absorbed into the story, It was like watching a rehearsal. Thumbs down. Cheap set and stage (but talented actors and beautiful voices).
Ingrid Martin from Los Angeles, California
STILL GIVES ME CHILLS!
I never get tired of seeing this wonderful production. My daughters and I went last week and we were not disappointed. The set designs were amazing and the music was incredible! The whole production still moved me to chills. The actors were so convincing that you believed you were in the opera house watching them perform! I would definitely go back and see this production again and again. Thank you Pantages for bring back the Phantom of the Opera!!!
Heidi Hinz from Los Angeles, California
6/15/19 First time to see the play and we loved it!!
The cast was amazing!!!! Could of listened to Christine forever. Amazing talent!, and so were the speciall effects!
Had substitute. Phantom and he was marvelous! Simply marvelous!!!!!!
A lot of eateries close to walk and loved our seats!! Theater is wonderful!! Cannot wait to go back !!!!!
E from Los Angeles, California
6/21/19 - ALMOST RUINED BY CHRISTINE
I've seen the Phantom 3 times, the last in 2011 in New York, the other in Vegas in 2006. Both of those shows were amazing and gave goosebumps. This one had the potential, but fell short thanks to the urge to murder Christine! She seemed to sing through her nose, or be one of those people who smile with every word they say, ruining the sounds they make. I actually liked Carlotta more than Christine! Usually I can't stand her! WTF?! You're supposed to love Christine, to support her when everyone else is against her and be afraid for her when the Phantom is terrorizing her. This time, I was hoping they would change the end so the Phantom and Raoul would gleefully bludgeon her and have a beer together talking smack about her the while! Also, what is with all the jokes? I love comedy, but it has no place in this show!! Also, no chandelier crashing down? Boo. At least the Phantom himself was amazing, best actor I've seen in that role to date. If anything saved the show, it was him.
POTO Fan from Los Angeles, California
AVERAGE PRODUCTION AND PERFORMANCES.
Watched this at the Pantages Hollywood, June 2019. Having seen POTO numerous times in LA and San Francisco, I would call this production "average." The sound levels were way off, with the lows totally overpowering Christine's voice. Also, several changes were made to the staging by director Laurence Connor. Some were great, including the use of a massive revolving wall for several set pieces. However, other artistic choices were less successful. Connor stated in an interview that he wanted to focus more on the Phantom as a real man rather than as a mysterious, magical figure. But grounding everything in reality strips the story of its beloved mystical quality. As such, Derrick Davis as the Phantom leans heavier on the "father figure" side, making the whole love-triangle less compelling. And over-reliance on that revolving wall comes at the expense of utilizing height elsewhere to tell the story (e.g. the opera house roof, the graveyard, etc.).
Also, there's a fist fight.
Laurel from Costa Mesa, California
PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
We saw the show in Costa Mesa on opening night, July 10th. The orchestra was way too loud. The Phantom's voice was outstanding. Christine's voice could not out sing the orchestra. Her voice is just not powerful enough, so the moments when she should just soar the songs, did not happen. I actually liked her lower voice better. The longer she sang the more strident the upper voice became. Still enjoyable. The good news is there are four people singing the role, so if you attend after July 14th, you may have a totally different experience.
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