Tag Archives: Phantom of the Opera
Love Never Dies: This Phantom Sequel Is More Of A Soap Opera, But Webber’s Music Still Soars
Love Never Dies is a sequel if not the equal to Phantom of the Opera from Broadway Across America at the Broward Center, but Andrew Lloyd Webber’s attempt for lightning to strike twice, while inherently flawed, is undeniably a lush, gloriously passionate and entertaining exercise that is exactly what it wants to be.
Theater Shelf: Reviews of New Phantom CD/DVD, New Godspell and Cleopatra the Ballet
Theater Shelf, a recurring feature by our reviewer Brad Hathaway, reviews recently-released books, CDs and DVDs of interest to theater lovers. This week: the new Phantom of the Opera CD/DVD, Cleopatra and the new Godspell
Posted in CDs / DVDs, Reviews Tagged Andrew Lloyd Webber, Cleopatra, Godspell, Phantom of the Opera, Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Bogguss, Stephen Schwartz, Tim Rice Leave a comment