Earlier this past Summer, the show’s legendary original inaugural London company reopened in the West End after 14 1/2 months of being shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the company was in Quarantine, Sir Cameron Mackintosh decided to do a full refurbishment / renovation of the show’s longtime home at London’s Her Majesty’s Theatre. With still paying tribute to the legacy of the show’s late creators (director Hal Prince, choreographer Gillian Lynne, and the iconic sets and costumes by Maria Björnson), the production got a little bit of a tweaking update using some of today’s technology elements. It also included a dramatic change of the orchestra being reduced from 27 to now 14 musicians in the pit.
We are still happy to share with you a brand new B-Roll trailer that was filmed featuring this historical making comeback return / 35th Anniversary cast. Get ready to experience THE MUSIC OF THE NIGHT like no other featuring many of the beloved highlighted moments led by its current London cast….
Olivier Award nominated West End and Broadway favorite Killian Donnelly in the titular role,
Lucy St. Louis who made history as the first black actress ever in the show’s history to play the role of the angelic “Christine Daae”,
Rhys Whitfield as “Raoul, Vicomte de Changy”.
Along with PHANTOM back in London, our very own Broadway production is set to re-haunt the Majestic Theatre starting October 22nd, 2021.
Who is excited?!!
How incredible was that?!!