Phantom of the Opera Confessions | Yeah... I and then it's funny to me because most of the time, in the musical, the Christine will look down at her self when she comes on stage and either look like she realizes that what she put on is a wedding dress or that she has been put in a wedding dress.
Phantom of the Opera is good on screen! But was amazing when I saw it at the Fox theatre for free!!! The music was especially good! Something about being there in person! The entire story also didn't seem to have as many boring moments as the movie does... I remember thinking it was fantastic!
The Phantom of the Opera is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux.There have been numerous literary and dramatic works based on The Phantom of the Opera, ranging from musicals to films to children's books. The best known stage and screen adaptations of the novel are probably the 1925 silent film version starring Lon Chaney, the 1962 film version made by Hammer Film Productions and the 1986 Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, which first opened in London's West End.