Watch The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall (2011) putlocker
||IMDB Rating: 8.8/10 from 3,894 votes
||Release: 2 October 2011 (UK) /
||Genre: Drama, Music, Musical
||Director: Nick Morris,
||Stars: Barry James, Daisy Maywood, Earl Carpenter, Gareth Snook, Hadley Fraser, Liz Robertson, Nick Holder, Philip Griffiths, Ramin Karimloo, Sergei Polunin, Sierra Boggess, Simon Green, Stephen John Davis, Wendy Ferguson, Wynne Evans
||Synopsis: In 1986, Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera arrived on the West End stage at Her Majesty's Theatre. Fast forward 25 years and Phantom has achieved global success, millions of viewers, a film adaptation in 2004 and a musical sequel. Now viewers have the chance to experience this phenomenal show right from their own screens. Filmed at the Royal Albert Hall, this stunning performance brings the show to a bigger stage and celebrates its role as one of the biggest shows in theatre history, with speeches, performances and appearances by the original cast and some of the show's most notable Phantoms, including John Owen-Jones and Colm Wilkinson. Starring Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess, Phantom tells the story of a deformed musical genius who lives in the catacombs of the Paris Opera House. Shunned by society, the Phantom seeks revenge in cruel and often violent acts. The Phantom is in love with chorus girl Christine Daaé and has been secretly training her to replace La ... Written by LadyN1
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Finally a full staging of my favourite musical and the second longest
running one in the U.K is here for the first time on DVD. This live
production filmed straight from the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London,
which was broadcasted to cinemas and theatres around the world and
celebrates 25 years of the Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical, is nothing
short of a lavish treat for the eyes and ears, with amazing
performances and acting from the cast, including all the songs that
fans of the show will know and remember.
The 25th Anniversary production stars the amazingly talented Iranian
born Canadian Ramin Karimloo as the Phantom and American Broadway star
Sierra Boggess as Christine Daae, with a great supporting performance
from Hadley Fraser as Christine's love interest Raoul. Karimloo and
Boggess incidentally are no strangers to the characters, having played
them previously in the London production of the sequel to this show
'Love Never Dies'. Their chemistry on stage is perfect as are their
Ramin is terrific as the Phantom and injects emotion and passion into
the show playing the phantom as essentially a victim, with a voice that
at times can be vengeful and deadly, yet soft and vulnerable at others.
His delivery of the 'insolent boy' line near the beginning strikes fear
right around the Albert Hall. I would even go as far to say that he is
the best Phantom that I've watched so far, having previously
experienced others on stage live and unfortunately the terrible 2004
movie version starring Gerard Butler. His acting is great without being
over the top, and you really feel for the character. Sierra Bogges is
also amazing displaying sensitivity, vulnerability and sexuality all
throughout the show. Her performance of 'past of the point no return'
being a particular highlight. The two leads work very well together and
make the show believable.
There are also good supporting performances too. Hadley Fraser's Raoul
is dynamic and energetic without becoming too irritating and makes
quite a good match against the Phantom in the battle for Christine's
heart. Wendy Ferguson and Wynne (Go Compare) Evans are very funny as
the diva Carlotta and Piangi, the two Italian opera supremos who are
the subjects of Phantom's rage and eventually driven to obedience.
Equally as funny and memorable are the opera house managers Firmin and
Andre, played brilliantly by Barry James and Gareth Snook, who camp it
up and provide some additional comedy.
The staging and scenery is spectacular, with the doomed chandelier
hanging above the audience and the on stage sets, especially the bridge
leading to the Phantom's lair, featuring prominently. Due to the venue
they had to make a very slight change to the chandelier scene at the
end of the first part of the show, but it isn't a big deal and still
has a great impact in my opinion.
The show is pretty much identical to that of the theatre version that
one may see in London's West End or anywhere else it may be on. Some
lines were changed ever so slightly but nothing noticeable or
significant. The performances throughout will leave you astounded and
definitely not disappointed. In fact there are simply no scenes or
performances that can be criticised. If you are a fan of the show you
will love this and not be disappointed.
As in usual 'anniversary style', like the Les Miserables 25th concert,
they bring back all the old Phantom's and stars who have performed over
the years in various productions. Including Michael Crawford and Sarah
Brightman. Andrew Lloyd-Webber also makes a speech about the show and
So now finally you can watch the show like you were in the theatre
itself whenever you want. One advantage this production has over seeing
it live is that you get to see all the facial expressions and emotions
up close, thereby really getting a feel for the show almost like a
movie in some parts (but definitely much better than the actual movie).
Tags for The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall (2011) Full Movie
, Daisy Maywood
, Earl Carpenter
, Gareth Snook
, Hadley Fraser
, Liz Robertson
, Nick Holder
, Philip Griffiths
, Ramin Karimloo
, Sergei Polunin
, Sierra Boggess
, Simon Green
, Stephen John Davis
, Wendy Ferguson
, Wynne Evans
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