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Good News For Phantom Sequel?

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It might seem like bad news, but from we've heard, the show could use some tweaking.

The West End production of Love Never Dies is scheduled to go dark for four performances come this November. The sequel to Andrew Lloyd Webber's long-running musical Phantom of the Opera will take a hiatus from the 22nd to the 25th in order to bring in the new changes to the script and lyrics developed for the Australian preview. We're told most of the changes will occur int eh "problematic" first act.

Hopefully, by the time it reaches us, it will be as perfect as Phantom. (Hopefully, but doubtfully.)

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7 comments to “Good News For Phantom Sequel?”



  1. 1

    perez is a little fuckin' pea-brained bitch



  2. 2

    Iwas hoping it would never open. Ever. Andrew Lloyd Weber writes garbage. The Phantom is OVER! It is out of date. His music stinks.



  3. 3

    * Insert rude comment here *



  4. 4

    The show sucks no matter what they do. Unless they totally re-write the script and change the atrocious lyrics, it'll still be a flop. I recommend everyone join the Love Should Die campaign against the sequel. www.LoveShouldDie.com



  5. 5

    Shut up Haters! The Phantom was one of the best musicals ever written. And Love never dies is waited for with bated breath. The song lover never dies is beautiful. Instread of jumping on hte bandwagon to hate, you should give the play a chance. Also SIR Andrew Lloyd Weber has the longest running musical of all time "Cats" So yeah shut it! Have a nice day!



  6. 6

    oh actually Phantom long surpassed "Cats"!



  7. 7

    Posted for a friend: "Oh! And you do realize that Phantom of the Opera is the longest running Broadway musical ever, still going strong, and Cats is number two? Both of which are Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterpieces?"