m: poto

The Phantom of the Opera is there. Inside my mind.

So I know @white-rainbowff is to blame for this…lol. Something about Thrawn being phantom…i just can’t remember but i had fun c:…more to come.

anonymous asked:

if anyone knows where to find this, it'll be you and your followers. There's a video (a vine I think) of a guy (I'm sorry I don't know who) backstage as Raoul and he sings "Can it be Christine?" And then goes No, and sits back down, do you know it/have a link?

Oh yes, yes I know exactly which vine you’re talking about. If you’re curious, it’s by Jeremy Stolle who is currently Passarino in Broadway’s Phantom and I believe covers for Raoul and The Phantom at times.

Here’s the video pal~

Hey, reblog/like if anyone out there has watched a boot but is still dying to see the show live, it just doesn’t work out financially, geographically, or timewise (it’s already off Broadway/tour). I’m trying to make a fucking point.

Sadly in the London Production [the chandelier] falls very slowly because of Health and Safety. I always wanted to have a block of seats in the middle of the stalls that were 50p each and you had to sign a form, saying “I sit in this seat at my own risk” and really have the chandelier belting down.

In the Australian Production - naturally, them being Australians - the chandelier comes down at a hundred miles an hour and stops an inch above the heads of the audience, and is much more exciting.

I’ve seen chandeliers fall now at productions all over the world and you can kind of tell which country you’re in by the speed of the chandelier.

—  Richard Stilgoe, Co-Lyricist on Andrew Lloyd-Webber’s Phantom of the Opera [in regard to his feelings on the Falling of the Chandelier and International Productions]