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Love Never Dies Baltimore TicketsLove Never Dies is the long-awaited sequel to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s 1986 sensation The Phantom of the Opera. Set in 1907, the musical continues to explore the doomed romance between Christine Daae and the Phantom. Whereas the original musical was based on the famous novel by Gaston Leroux, Love Never Dies tells an all-new story created by Andrew Lloyd Webber and his collaborators. If you are in the Baltimore area, then you can experience Love Never Dies live on the stage.
The Return of the PhantomIn 1990, Andrew Lloyd Webber began collaborating with author Frederick Forsyth to develop a sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, which would take place in America instead of Paris. The project never quite coalesced into a full production, however, and the idea would lie fallow for several years until Forsyth published it as a novel called The Phantom of Manhattan in 1999. Webber would return to the project in 2006 with new ideas about how to turn the story into a musical. This time award-winning playwright, comedian and author Ben Elton developed the story into a workable book while Grammy-winning writer Glenn Slater, who had previously worked on Tangled, created the lyrics. After an extensive development period, the highly anticipated musical made its world debut at the Adelphi Theatre on March 9, 2010, with Tony winner Jack O’Brien as director. The production received seven nominations from the Laurence Olivier Awards, including Best New Musical, Best Costume Design, Best Lighting Design and Best Set Design. Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess and Summer Strallen also received nominations for their acting. Love Never Dies was staged in Melbourne and Tokyo. It also came to the US in a national tour with a slightly reworked production.
Where can I buy Love Never Dies Baltimore tickets?Love Never Dies Baltimore tickets are available at the leading ticket marketplace StubHub.
Where is Love Never Dies being staged in Baltimore?There are currently no plans for a performance in Baltimore. Love Never Dies last had a performance in Baltimore at the Hippodrome Theatre October 3 through 8, 2017, as part of the preview for the US national tour, weeks before its official North American premiere.
What are the musical numbers for Love Never Dies?The score of Love Never Dies is influenced by the musical styles of the early 20th century, including opera and burlesque. Act 1 features "’Til I Hear You Sing," "Coney Island Waltz," "Only for You," "Arrival of the Trio," "What a Dreadful Town!," "Look with Your Heart," "Beneath a Moonless Sky," "Once Upon Another Time," "Mother Please, I’m Scared," "Dear Old Friend," "Beautiful," "The Beauty Underneath," "The Phantom Confronts Christine" and in some productions "Ten Long Years." Act 2 features "Why Does She Love Me?," "Devil Take the Hindmost," "Invitation to the Concert," "Bathing Beauty," "Mother, Did You Watch?," "Before the Performance," "Love Never Dies," "Ah, Christine!" "Please, Miss Giry" and the "Conclusion." Both a concept album and a cast recording album of the music are available.
Who is part of the cast for Love Never Dies?The cast for the US national tour includes Bronson Norris Murphy (originally Gardar Thor Cortes) as the Phantom, Meghan Picerno as Christine Daae, Karen Mason as Madame Giry, Sean Thompson as Raoul, Mary Michael Patterson as Meg Giry and Christian Harmston and Jake Heston Miller both playing Gustave.
How long is the running time?Love Never Dies runs for approximately two hours and 25 minutes with a single intermission.
Which musicals are similar to Love Never Dies?If you enjoy the music and story of Love Never Dies, then you might want to check out the original story, The Phantom of the Opera, which is the longest-running musical to ever appear on Broadway.
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