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If you have seen the Phantom, you must see
this. The singing, costumes and sets were
spectacular at the Cadillac Palace in Chicago.
We had balcony seats and were pleased with
the view. Far left or right may not be as
good due to some equipment. My husband
and I absolutely recommend this for a night
out. The Italian Village Restaurant was our
choice of dining before the show and was
excellent. Make plans, relax and enjoy
dining and a great play!
Amazing play....voices, stage settings & talent phenomenal. Loved it!!! Should not miss it.
Fortunate we have our beautiful Stanley Theater to bring us such amazing shows. Dinner at
Ancora before show completes a NYC kind of night here in Utica.
I came down from NJ to see Love Never Dies at the Hippodrome in
Baltimore. I ended up seeing it 4 times. The show is absolutely
amazing. The sets, the music, the choreography, the performances will
leave you breathless. The leads, their understudies (I saw the
understudies for the Phantom and for Christine) and the ensemble
give it their all. It's just a beautiful, beautiful show - as far as I am
concerned, it is ready for Broadway.
Fabulous show. The staging was phenomenal.. The story is an enjoyable
Shakespearean type, traditional musical. Music is great. I left the show singing
the songs - to me a sure sign of a good show. Gustav was outstanding as were
the other actors.
I am not sure why some people are disappointed. My only thought is they really
just didn't want a sequel to Phantom of the Opera in the first place. If that is you,
just watch it as if it was an independent show. You will love it. I saw and enjoyed
Phantom of the Opera several times yet was not the least bit disappointed in
they show. Honestly, it was much more enjoyable than many current award
winners. I would definitely see it again.
Last night, a friend and I went to see "Love Never Dies" at the Cadillac Palace Theatre in Chicago. What a treat it was! The beautiful sets absolutely took my breath away - and the costumes! So colorful and elegant, I couldn't take my eyes off the stage. Oh, and the singing... you don't want the songs to end. So much heart and feeling. It's the next morning for me as I write this, and I'm at work, and I can't concentrate on work because my thoughts are still back at the theater, enjoying the show again and again. The carnival characters were astounding - especially the main three. The actors who played their roles... it was like the melody of a perfect dream when they were on stage (Squelch, Fleck and Gangle.) Really, their voices and energy... I enjoyed their segments most of all, they were so vivid and full of magical fun. They could have a spin-off show and I'd be there! This current tour needs to be seen by all - I absolutely recommend it.
I went in thinking if it turned out to be a usual part II I
could at least get out and beat the traffic. I could not
leave my seat. The performances were great. The
songs tied in to the first Phantom. The set was
amazing. I was in tears by the performances. The
Phantom at the Pantages theater was hard to beat
but I loved it more. The Fisher theater is beautiful.
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