What We Watched: The Phantom of the Opera

by angel
September 7th, 2012
Posted in Candy |

No more talk of darkness
Forget these wide-eyed fears
I’m here, nothing can harm you
My words will warm and calm you…

As soon as Raoul started singing these lines from “All I Ask of You” to Christine, tears started streaming down my face. It wasn’t a particularly sad or depressing scene, but since I had been really stressed out the last couple of days, I couldn’t help but be touched by these words. I felt as if Raoul’s reassuring lines had been written specifically for me.

And that is the power of a good musical. More than the elaborate sets, the intricately designed costumes, the amazing special effects, and the uber-talented cast (all of which The Phantom of the Opera score an A+ in!), a good musical has songs with beautifully written lyrics that touch the heart and soul.

Here is a sneak preview. The show runs until October 14 at the CCP Main Theater. I highly encourage you to go and see it for yourself!

For inquiries and ticket reservations, call 891-9999 or log on to www.ticketworld.com.ph.

Still reeling from the “Music of the Night,”
Angel O:)

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