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Love Never Dies Boston TicketsIn 1907, 10 years after the events that ended the tale of The Phantom of the Opera in the original musical, the sequel, Love Never Dies, continues the story of the Phantom, Christine and Raoul. After being pursued by the mob underneath the labyrinth of the Paris Opera House, the Phantom escaped and left France. He then embarked to New York, where he was successful at starting up a themed amusement park on Coney Island. He was able to mingle safely among his costumed employees and performers at the park while creating his unique but thrilling music. However, he wasn't able to forget Christine, his former lover and protege. While he was safely hidden on Coney Island, Christine married Raoul and started her own family. Wanting to win Christine back, the Phantom lured Christine and her son onto Coney Island in an attempt to rekindle their past connection.
The Sequel of an Iconic MusicalLove Never Dies first premiered in London in 2010 as a concept musical. However, it suffered from a disappointing run. Both starring leads were given to the veterans Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess, who had played the Phantom and Christine in previous productions of The Phantom of the Opera. When the original London production closed, Love Never Dies returned back to the development phase. After much reworking, Love Never Dies was restaged in Australia in 2011. It received a more favorable response. The North American tour premiered in 2017. The current North American tour cast includes Gardar Thor Cortes as the Phantom and Meghan Picerno as Christine.
Where can I buy Love Never Dies Boston tickets?You will be able to purchase Love Never Dies Boston tickets at StubHub when the North American tour performs in the vicinity. The Citizens Bank Opera House at Boston commonly stages touring musicals. StubHub will have tickets for all your favorite live staged theatrical performances.
Who wrote the musical score for Love Never Dies?The musical score for Love Never Dies was written by composer Andrew Lloyd Webber. He also wrote the original songs and the story of the musical.
What other musicals did Andrew Lloyd Webber write?Since the late 1970s, Andrew Lloyd Webber had written some of Broadway's best known musicals such as Cats and the original The Phantom of the Opera. In addition to these two powerhouse titles, he had also written the music for over 20 other musicals.
What is the runtime of Love Never Dies?Without any special announcements, performances or encores, Love Never Dies should run for about two hours and 30 minutes. There is one intermission included between the acts.
Had Love Never Dies ever been nominated for any awards?While the critics were highly critical over the story and pacing of the original London show, there were other aspects that they acknowledged positively. Among those were the veterans Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess. Ramin Karimloo was nominated for the Best Actor in a Musical at the Olivier Awards in 2011. Sierra Boggess was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical at the Olivier Awards. Love Never Dies also received production recognition and was nominated for Best Lighting, Best Costume Design and Best Set Design for 2011.
Why do the subsequent tours of Love Never Dies not use the original musical material?When the original London production of Love Never Dies closed in 2010, Andrew Lloyd Webber sought the help of director Simon Phillips and an Australian creative team to reformulate the musical. Both the story and the musical numbers received significant revisions. When Love Never Dies was restaged in 2011, it was in Melbourne, Australia. It received a more positive review, and the majority of subsequent tours, including the North American tour, adopted the revised Australian version.
What are some other musicals that are similar to Love Never Dies?If you enjoyed Love Never Dies, try its prequel The Phantom of the Opera and Cats. Both were written by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
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