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  • Prologue - The Stage of the Paris Opera House, 1911 .... The Auctioneer
  • Overture .... Orchestra
  • Dress Rehearsal of Hannibal .... Carlotta, Piagni and Chorus
  • Think of Me .... Christine and Raoul
  • The Mirror (Angel of Music) .... Phantom and Christine
  • The Phantom of the Opera .... Christine, Phantom and Chorus
  • The Music of the Night .... Phantom
  • Notes (I) .... Firmin, André, Raoul, Carlotta, Piagni, Mme. Giry and Meg
  • Prima Donna .... Firmin, André, Raoul, Carlotta, Piagni, Mme. Giry, Meg and Phantom
  • All I Ask of You .... Raoul and Christine
  • I Gave You My Music... .... Phantom, Raoul and Christine
  • Entr'acte .... Orchestra
  • Masquerade .... Company
  • The Graveyard .... Christine
  • Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again .... Christine
  • Wandering Child .... Phantom
  • Bravo, Monsieur .... Phantom, Christine and Raoul
  • The Point of No Return .... Phantom and Christine
  • Down Once More .... Phantom, Christine and Chorus
  • Final Lair .... Phantom, Christine, Raoul and Chorus

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Recorded and mixed at Manta Sound Studios, Toronto, from October 15, 1990 to November 11, 1990. Chorus recorded at Sounds Interchange, Toronto.

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`PHANTOM` PHENOMENON

''The Phantom of the Opera'' is proving every bit the box-office phenomenon in Chicago that it has been in London, New York, Los Angeles and Toronto.

Nearly four months before its June 2 opening at the Auditorium Theatre, the blockbuster Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical has racked up an advance sale reportedly between $4 to $6 million, and that by means of group sales, mail orders and telephone charges only-the Auditorium`s in-house box office hasn`t opened yet.

By comparison, ''Les Miserables,'' the previous record-holder, earned only a $7 million advance by its opening day last year. ''Phantom'' will clearly surpass that and set another record.

''It has been extraordinary,'' says Dulcie Gilmore, the Auditorium`s executive director. ''By mid-January, we had received 20,000 mail orders, a phenomenal volume. We doubled the size of our mail room operation and have the box-office staff going at full capacity, some of them working 16-hour days. All of us, including the producers, are delighted.''

Not so happy are some theatergoers, many of whom face an uphill battle in securing tickets. Agents at Ticketron, which replaced the Auditorium`s individual telephone system as part of the efforts to cope with the volume, are telling patrons that all main-floor seats are sold out for the show through Oct. 14, the last day for which tickets are being sold.

Gilmore said that while this is technically true at the moment, that may change in the next few weeks, when some seats set aside in advance for group sales are released. That could mean that main-floor seats for May, June or July will become available then, though the volume is likely to be small.

''No one is trying to pull anything over on any customer,'' Gilmore said. ''What the agent says is true at the time he or she says it. It`s all being done by computer. But to accommodate group sales, blocks of tickets have to be set aside, and when the group sales are finalized, tickets sometimes are freed up.''

In other words, patrons might be advised to hold out and keep checking instead of buying the box seats or balcony seating that are still available?

''I wouldn`t want to suggest that,'' Gilmore said. ''To tell people to keep calling would only cause chaos in an already overworked system. And it would be a gamble. At this rate, who knows what happens if you wait?''

Another option is simply to wait for an extension, which, given the smash success of the show, is inevitable. Reports indicate that neither the producers nor Auditorium officials would be unhappy if the musical stays in place for as long as a year. But no extension has been announced yet.

To allow for proper sight lines, the Auditorium has scaled back the number of seats to be used from 3,996 to 2,415. The high-level gallery and the second balcony will be closed, as well as the rear half of the first balcony. Even so, if every performance for ''Phantom'' is sold out, the Auditorium will bring in an estimated $928,000 a week.

Ironically, because all sales have been via group, mail or phone order, no one has been able to select their seats within their price range. That will be possible only at the box office window, which should be opening in mid-February.

Meanwhile, the non-Andrew Lloyd-Webber ''Phantom,'' had taken in about $700,000 prior to its opening (out of a potential gross of about $900,000) for its eight performances through this weekend in the Chicago Theatre.

- The Miami City Ballet, a fast-rising company since Edward Villella took over as artistic director, will perform Aug. 29-Sept. 1 at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park. The troupe was booked into the Auditorium for a single performance two seasons ago, but withdrew for lack of ticket sales.

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1986 LONDON – Olivier Awards

  • Outstanding Performance in a Musical – Michael Crawford
  • Musical of the Year

1986 LONDON  – Evening Standard Theatre Awards

  • Best Musical

1988 NEW YORK – Tony Awards

  • Leading Actor in a Musical – Michael Crawford
  • Featured Actress in a Musical – Judy Kaye (Carlotta)
  • Director (Musical) – Hal Prince
  • Set Designer – Maria Bjornson
  • Costume Designer – Maria Bjornson
  • Lighting Designer – Andrew Bridge

1988 NEW YORK – Drama Desk Awards

  • Outstanding Director of a Musical – Hal Prince
  • Outstanding Actor in a Musical  – Michael Crawford
  • Outstanding Music – Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • Outstanding Orchestration – David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • Outstanding Set Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Outstanding Costume Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Outstanding Lighting Design – Andrew Bridge

1988 NEW YORK – Outer Critics Circle Awards

  • Best Broadway Musical
  • Best Actor (Musical) – Michael Crawford
  • Best Set Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Best Costume Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Best Lighting Design – Andrew Bridge

1989/90 LOS ANGELES – Drama Critics Awards

  • Leading Performance – Michael Crawford
  • Best Set Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Best Costume Design – Maria Bjornson

1989/90 TORONTO – Dora Mavor Moore Awards

  • Outstanding Production
  • Outstanding Male Performance – Colm Wilkinson
  • Outstanding Direction – Hal Prince

1989/90 STOCKHOLM – Guldmasken Awards

  • Best Scenography/Set Decoration – Maria Bjornson
  • Best Leading Actor – Mikael Samuelson (Phantom)
  • Best Supporting Actor – Bert-Ake Varg (Firmin)
  • Jury’s Special Prize: Producer – Goran Lindgren

1989/90 SWEDEN – Svenska Dagbladets Operapris

  • Mikael Samuelson (Phantom)

1990 AUSTRALIA – Mo Awards

  • Musical Theatre Performer of the Year – Anthony Warlow
  • Supporting Female Musical Theatre Performer – Christa Leahmann
  • Male Musical Theatre Performer – Anthony Warlow
  • Female Musical Theatre Performer – Marina Prior
  • Musical Theatre Production – The Phantom of the Opera

1991 AUSTRALIA – Victorian Tourism and Australian Hotels Association Awards

  • Best Tourist Attraction – The Phantom of the Opera / Melbourne

1991 AUSTRALIA – Womens Weekly Golden Gavel Awards

  • Miscellaneous – The Phantom of the Opera / Melbourne

1991 AUSTRALIA – Australian Tourism Awards

  • Award of Distinction in Festivals and Special Events – The Phantom of the Opera /Melbourne

1991 AUSTRALIA – Victorian Green Room Awards

  • Production – Cameron Mackintosh
  • Direction – Harold Prince
  • Set Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Costume Design – Maria Bjornson
  • Male Performer in a Leading Role – Anthony Warlow
  • Female Performer in a Leading Role – Marina Prior

1999/2001 UK – Group Leisure Industry Award

  • Best Theatre Production

2002 LONDON – Olivier Awards

  • Audience Award for Most Popular Show

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A two-part miniseries based on Gaston Leroux's now-classic novel, "The Phantom of the Opera." A masked figure haunts the Paris Opera House and risks his life to win the heart of the only woman he ever loved.

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Aired in United States February 9, 1990

Aired in United States March 18, 1990

Aired in United States March 19, 1990

Opened the 30th Annual Monte Carlo Television Festival February 9, 1990.

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  • Adaptation Expansion : Several flashbacks are dedicated to Christine and Philippe having been childhood sweethearts, along with depicting the love story between Eric's parents.
  • Adaptational Heroism : This work features a kinder, gentler and more sympathetic Phantom than his counterpart in the novel. His mother Belladova also, as in this version, she adored him and thought his disfigured face was "perfection".
  • Adapted Out : Averted in the case of Philippe (absent from the show), as this time it's he who Christine falls in love with. But played straight with the absence of nearly every other character known from the novel, except for Madame Giry—and her appearance has been reduced to one line.
  • Alpha Bitch : Carlotta , as usual. Also, the flock of chorus girls who bully Christine.
  • Amicable Exes : Philippe's bevy of former mistresses are quite happy to see him when he arrives at the Opera House, indicating this.
  • Anger Montage : Erik destroying his lair after Christine faints at the sight of his face.
  • Asshole Victim : Carlotta can be seen as this regarding all the nasty pranks Erik pulls on her, considering how horrible she is to nearly everyone.
  • Beautiful Singing Voice : Christine's, which Erik is enthralled by the moment he hears her, and practically gushes to her about when he introduces himself and offers to be her tutor—"Mademoiselle. . .you have an astonishing voice."
  • Big "NO!" : Erik lets out several of these, culminating in a huge one when he's enraged by Christine's humiliation on her debut night (Carlotta tampered with a drink she gave her, causing her to lose her voice.)
  • Big "WHY?!" : Erik after Christine faints at the sight of his face.
  • Bittersweet Ending : Eric dies, but not without making peace with his father and Christine, knowing that she loves him despite his disfigurement.
  • Blatant Lies : Christine tells Erik she was with Carlotta rather than with Philippe, knowing that the truth (which he already knows) will upset him. She feels so guilty about lying to the man responsible for her success that she almost immediately breaks down and confesses the truth.
  • Breaking Bad News Gently : When Eric approaches Christine, he gushes over the beauty of her voice and effusively praises her, then apologizes as he hesitantly tells her the one flaw—"forgive me, but it is obviously untrained", this leading into his offer to be her tutor.
  • Canon Foreigner : Gerard, Jean-Claude the doorman, Choleti, Belladova (Erik's mother, certainly this Lighter and Softer version).
  • The Casanova : Philippe. The chorus girls not only correctly guess the lines he used when flirting with Christine, they all have lockets with his picture, indicating that they were all his mistress at some point. Later, Erik reveals that he dislikes him because, "He comes to the opera for the beauty of faces, not the beauty of music.", and is despondent at losing Christine to someone he feels is unworthy of her. "He doesn't love music, so how could he possibly love her ?"
  • Childhood Friend Romance : Christine and Philippe.
  • Composite Character : Philippe is merged with Raoul's character in this adaptation and is basically Raoul with Philippe's name.
  • Crippling the Competition : Jealous and incensed that Christine has been given the role of Marguerite in Faust , Carlotta gives her a drink supposedly meant to relax her, but instead causes her to lose her voice.
  • Death by Despair : Erik becomes very ill after Christine leaves him.
  • Dramatic Unmask : Christine pleads with Erik to let her see his face, insisting that she can handle it. It turns out to be so horrifying (though the audience never sees it) that she faints. Later, at the end of the film, as he's dying, she removes the mask herself, so that she can kiss him goodbye, showing that she loves him no matter what she looks like.
  • Erik himself. When he realizes that he's lost Christine and is about to be captured, he all but begs Gerard to shoot him. Between this and his subsequent fall from the roof, he dies soon afterwards.
  • The Faceless : We never see Erik's face, despite the two times the mask comes off.
  • Family Eye Resemblance : How Erik knows Gerard is his father.
  • Family Relationship Switcheroo : Erik supposedly thinks Gerard is "some kind of an uncle", as Gerard puts it, but as it turns out, Erik knows Gerard is his father, as they have the same eyes.
  • Faint in Shock : Christine faints at the sight of Erik's unmasked face, much to his devastation (she'd promised to love him enough to overlook what he looked like, but to no avail).
  • Good Girls Avoid Abortion : Subverted, as Belladova tries to induce a miscarriage—when she's thisclose to her delivery date. It sends her into premature labor (and it's implied that this is what caused his disfigurement.)
  • Incurable Cough of Death : Erik's terminally ill state is conveyed to the viewer by his repeated coughing fits, though he's never shown bringing up blood.
  • Informed Attractiveness : The beauty of Christine's voice, which Erik goes on ad nauseam about.
  • Informed Flaw : Carlotta's awful voice.
  • Interclass Romance : Child Christine was a servant in child Philippe's house, as was her father. Their budding friendship enraged his grandmother so much that she sent Christine and her father away.
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy : Erik could have easily sent Philippe off the roof to his death, but saves him because of Christine's entreaties—the Death Glare he gives Philippe afterwards makes it clear that this is the only reason he did it.
  • Ladykiller in Love : Philippe is implied to be quite the womanizer—a group of six chorus girls not only correctly guess the lines he used when flirting with Christine, they show her that they all have lockets with his picture, indicating that they were all his mistress at some point—but he is clearly head-over-heels in love with Christine. It's implied that Philippe adopted his flirtatious ways as a way of covering and/or coping with his seemingly hopeless devotion to his family's former servant girl: Philippe: "I have loved her my whole life, Gerard, my whole life! She is my life. The Count de Chagny you knew doesn't exist anymore; he never did!"
  • Let's Duet : Christine and the Phantom during her lessons, but most impressively when she is onstage as Marguerite in Faust . The dying Phantom drags himself up to his box in the theatre, and the duet they share is so passionate the celluloid is lucky to survive.
  • Like Parent, Like Spouse : It seems that part of the reason Erik loves Christine so much is because she looks and sounds just like his mother Belladova, who unlike most versions of this story, adored him and thought his face was perfect.
  • Lighter and Softer : To most versions. Certainly as far as Erik's characterization goes.
  • Love at First Note : A variation as Erik is clearly enthralled by Christine's voice the minute he hears it, but he falls in love with her over the course of their singing lessons.
  • Love Triangle : An interesting version in that Christine has no problem admitting that she does love Erik, just not in the same manner that she does Philippe, but Philippe isn't too thrilled about this either.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father : Gerard finally admits this to Erik, who tells him that he already knew: "My eyes. . .they're not her eyes, they're yours. "
  • Manly Tears : Erik wails in agony after Christine faints at the sight of his face.
  • Meaningful Echo : The first time Christine sees Erik's face, she faints. The second time, she removes the mask herself and kisses him without hesitation, showing that she loves him no matter what.
  • Mirror Scare : Carlotta is sitting at her vanity applying makeup when Erik purposefully strides into the room as casually as if he belongs there (very significant considering how stealthy he's been previously). She freezes in terror as he promptly empties a suitcase full of rats all over her.
  • Not Even Bothering with the Accent : You can count on one hand the number of people who even try to sound like they're from Paris.
  • Nothing Is Scarier : We never see Erik's face but it's apparently horrifying enough to make Christine faint the first time she does.
  • Old-Fashioned Rowboat Date : What Phillipe takes Christine on after her performance at the bistro.
  • Pietà Plagiarism : How Gerard holds the dying Erik.
  • The Power of Love : The realization that Christine does love him is enough for Erik to revive from his mysterious illness to sing a magnificent duet with her.
  • Pretty Boy : Philippe. His hair's almost as long as Christine's!
  • Rage Against the Reflection : Erik claims that his eyes "are the only part of my face I can look at in a mirror without wanting to break the glass".
  • Scenery Porn : The miniseries actually got to film most of its scenes in the Opera Garnier itself, and takes every opportunity to show off the beauty of the building.
  • Sexy Discretion Shot : Christine and Philippe go for a romantic stroll in the woods. They stop to embrace as the scene fades out. When it fades back in, they're now walking out of the woods, both looking rather disheveled.
  • Show Within a Show : All of the operas performed— Norma , La Traviata , Faust —are real.
  • Sickeningly Sweethearts : Choleti and Carlotta.
  • Suicide by Sea : What Erik's mother attempts after Gerard tells her he can't marry her.
  • True Beauty Is on the Inside : Although Christine initially faints at the sight of the Phantom's face, she gets over it and by the movie's end, is able to remove his mask and kiss him without flinching, showing that she knows he's a good person deep down. (Even though while he isn't nearly as bad as his theatrical incarnation, he still murders several people who dare to venture into his lair and terrorizes Carlotta much in the same way as he did in the show.)
  • Erik too, in a much sadder version. He destroys his lair after Christine faints at the sight of his face, then spends most of the rest of the film in despondence after Christine escapes, not helped by the fact that he becomes physically ill as well.

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    0:00 / 1:01 The Phantom of the Opera (1990) Trailer - NBC, Charles Dance, Teri Polo, Burt Lancaster 1,075 views 21 Lurking in the shadows beneath the Paris Opera House, exists the...

  15. Original Canadian Cast

    Release Date June 30, 1998 Duration 01:09:37 Genre Stage & Screen, Classical Styles Show/Musical, Cast Recordings Recording Date October 15, 1990 - November, 1990 Recording Location Manta Sound Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Sounds Interchange, Toronto, Ontario, Canada User Reviews Track Listing Credits Releases Similar Albums Moods and Themes

  16. Awards

    1989/90 TORONTO - Dora Mavor Moore Awards. Outstanding Production; Outstanding Male Performance ... (Phantom) 1990 AUSTRALIA - Mo Awards. Musical Theatre Performer of the Year ... The Phantom of the Opera / Melbourne; 1991 AUSTRALIA - Womens Weekly Golden Gavel Awards.

  17. The Phantom of the Opera Concert History

    The last The Phantom of the Opera concert was on March 29, 2023 at Majestic Theatre in New York, New York, United States. The Phantom of the Opera tours & concert list along with photos, videos, and setlists of their live performances.

  18. The Phantom of the Opera (TV Mini Series 1990- )

    1990- 2h 48m IMDb RATING 7.4 /10 1.7K YOUR RATING Rate Drama Music Mystery Christine Daaé, a talented young singer, after being discovered by the well-known playboy Comte Philippe de Chagny, is sent by her new patron to the Paris Opera to receive classical training. Stars Teri Polo Charles Dance Burt Lancaster See production info at IMDbPro

  19. Phantom of the Opera (1990)

    A two-part miniseries based on Gaston Leroux's now-classic novel, "The Phantom of the Opera." A masked figure haunts the Paris Opera House and risks his life to win the heart of the only woman he ever loved. ... 1990. Aired in United States March 18, 1990. Aired in United States March 19, 1990 ...

  20. The Phantom of the Opera (TV Mini Series 1990- )

    Christine Daaé, a talented young singer, after being discovered by the known playboy Comte Philippe de Chagny, is sent to the Paris Opera House by her new patron to be classically trained. Unfortunately, her point of contact, the manager, Gérard Carrière, has just been fired. The new managers -- Cholet and his wife, Carlotta -- put Christine ...

  21. The Phantom of the Opera (TV Mini Series 1990- )

    The Phantom soon introduces himself as Maestro and decides to take Christine under his wing, training her voice himself. However, all of their plans upend when Comte de Chagny returns to Paris. Count de Chagnie has discovered Christine's singing talent on a market place and sent her to his friend Carriere, the director of the Parisian opera.

  22. The Phantom of the Opera (1990)

    The film boasts a stronger supporting cast than was usual for a TV movie, including Burt Lancaster (as the masked phantom's father), Ian Richardson and Jean-Pierre Cassel. The 1990 Phantom of the Opera reunited director Tony Richardson and composer John Addison, who'd both won Oscar for Tom Jones.

  23. The Phantom of the Opera (1990) (Series)

    The Phantom of the Opera is a 1990 NBC two-part drama television miniseries directed by Tony Richardson, produced by Saban Entertainment and stars Charles Dance in the title role, as well as Teri Polo as Christine. It is adapted from Arthur Kopit's book for his then-unproduced stage musical Phantom, which is based loosely on Gaston Leroux's novel.