The Phantom of the Opera
About an hour of Phantom/Madame Giry-centered highlights
Colm Wilkinson as The Phantom
Patti Cohenour as Christine
Byron Nease as Raoul
This is a decent quality highlights video featuring most of the original Toronto cast. I am NOT posting this because you all spammed me with anons, to be honest this is a personal favorite video of mine because of the performance by Colm Wilkinson. He’s an incredibly unique Phantom, and you’re either going to absolutely love him or absolutely despise him. I’m on the love side haha. He’s one of the oldest, creepiest, most disturbing Phantoms I have ever seen, I get the most icky creeps watching him in the role, he comes off as very dangerous and theres an incredible sense of urgency around him whenever he’s onstage, but his Phantom is also incredibly sensual…and given how old he comes off thats part of the reason that his performance comes off so disturbing to me. His voice is okay, not bad but not my favorite. Patti Cohenour is divine but this video has so little of her :/ And Byron Nease (RIP) is a brilliant Raoul.
Anyway, enjoy. Oh and please do not ever send me that many anons for a single video again.
Not to mention the whole damn town gets cursed
he doesn’t just DIE, he’s lynched because the Gaston-equivalent sees them together and the whole town is horribly racist and that’s why she starts killing people
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