So I got the CD and have been listening. The music is very Andrew Lloyd Webber, it’s very different and yet similar to the Phantom.
The storyline is fascinating and theatrical, although I have a hard time believing the events of the song “Beneath a Moonless Sky,” even though most of the story hinges on them.
I would have loved to watch this but unfortunately I think it’s no longer playing. There’s an Australian version DVD releasing but it doesn’t have Ramin Karimloo in it, which is disappointing. He’s supposed to have created a more dynamic Phantom than any other actor who has played the character.
Oh, LOVE Ramin Karimloo. And totally recommend the DVD in the previous comment. Ramin as the phantom is a *must* see.ReplyDelete
I've got the DVD on my Netflix queue! I would have liked to see him in Love Never Dies, though.ReplyDelete
Maybe you'll get some inspirations of the next male-lead from watching Ramin! ;D hee hee.ReplyDelete
No kidding! I was teasing my husband and said Ramin induced Bieber-fever in the over forty crowd. :)ReplyDelete