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The Phantom of the Opera   Tour: Christine  

The Phantom of the Opera
Opening Date: May 18, 1989    
Closing Date: January 3, 1999

Category: Musical, Drama, Original, National Tour
Setting: Paris Opéra House. 1881-1911.

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Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and The Really Useful Theatre Company Ltd.
Book by Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber; Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; Lyrics by Charles Hart; Additional lyrics by Richard Stilgoe; Based on the novel 'Le Fantome de L'Opera' by Gaston Leroux; Music orchestrated by David Cullen and Andrew Lloyd Webber; Musical Director: Roger Cantrell
Directed by Harold Prince; Musical Staging and Choreography by Gillian Lynne
Production Design by Maria Björnson; Lighting Design by Andrew Bridge; Sound Design by Martin Levan; Associate Scenic Design: Dana Kenn; Associate Costume Design: Marcy Froehlich and Cynthia Hamilton; Associate Lighting Design: Jason Kantrowitz; Associate Sound Design: James Bay
General Manager: Alan Wasser; Associate Gen. Mgr: Allan Williams; Company Manager: Martin Cohen
Production Supervisor: Mitchell Lemsky; Technical Production Manager: John H. Paull, III and Marie Barrett; Associate Technical Production Manager: Jake Bell; Production Stage Manager: David Rubinstein; Stage Manager: Sherry Cohen, Noel Stern and Kevin Larkin
Music Supervision & Direction: David Caddick; Associate Musical Supervisor: Kristen Blodgette; Conducted by Roger Cantrell; Assistant Conductor: Larry Blank; Concert Master: Jay Rosen; Violin: Pavel Farkas, Francine Walsh, Ezra Kliger, Pat Morgan, Kimiyo Takeya, Rhonni Halman and Lily Ho Chen; Viola: Cynthia Morrow and Jan Karlin; Cello: Nancy Stein and Christine Irmakoff; Bass: Stephens LaFever; Harp: Toni Robinson; Flute/Piccolo: Paul Freed; Flute/Clarinet: James Ercole; Oboe/English Horn: Phil Ayling; Clarinet/E-flat Clarinet/Bass Clarinet: Roy D'Antonio; Bassoon: Michael O'Donovan; Trumpet: Bob O'Donnell and Burnett Dylan; Bass Trombone: John Bonine; French Horn: Bryan O'Connor, Todd Miller and William Alsop; Percussion: Tom Rainey and Jerry Williams; Keyboards: Jeffrey Silverman and Larry Blank; Synthesizer Consultant: Andrew Barrett
Assistant to Mr. Prince: Ruth Mitchell
Casting: Johnson-Liff & Zerman; General Press Representative: The Fred Nathan Company, Inc. and Merle Frimark; Los Angeles Press Representative: Browne-Abrams Public Relations; Advertising and Logo Design: Dewynters, Limited; Advertising: Serino Coyne, Inc.; Photographer: Clive Barda; Associate Photographer: Robert Millard; Additional Photography: Peter Cunningham; Production Dance Supervisor: Denny Berry; Dance Captain: Irene Cho
Michael Crawford
Phantom of the Opera
(May 18, 1989 - Apr 29, 1990)
Dale Kristien
Christine Daaé
Mary D'Arcy
Christine Daaé
Reece Holland
Vicomte de Chagny
Barbara Lang
Madame Giry
Norman Large
Monsieur André
Leigh Munro
Carlotta Guidicelli
Gualtiero Negrini
Ubaldo Piangi
Calvin Remsberg
Monsieur Firmin
Elisabeth Stringer
Meg Giry
Jeffrey Amsden
Slave Master
in "Hannibal"
D.C. Anderson
Monsieur Reyer
Leslie-Noriko Beadles
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Madelyn Berdes
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Gene Brundage
Joseph Buquet
Irene Cho
Ballet Swing
Maurizio Corbino
Rebecca Eichenberger
Innkeeper's Wife
in "Don Juan Triumphant"
Rebeca Gorostiza
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Richard Gould
Gail Land Hart
Wardrobe Mistress
in "Il Muto"
Rio Hibler-Kerr
Madame Firmin
James Hogan
Mary Alyce Laubacher
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Gary Marshal
Monsieur Lefèvre
Don Attilio
in "Il Muto"
in "Don Juan Triumphant"
Jani Neuman
in "Hannibal"
Patrice Pickering
in "Don Juan Triumphant"
Kris Pruet
Sylvia Rico
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Candace Rogers-Adler
in "Don Juan Triumphant"
Sean Smith
Kate Solmssen
Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Carlo Thomas
Swings: Karen Benjamin, Joseph Dellger and Brad Scott
Understudies: Karen Benjamin (Madame Giry), Maurizio Corbino (Ubaldo Piangi), Joseph Dellger (Phantom of the Opera, Raoul), Rebecca Eichenberger (Carlotta Guidicelli), Richard Gould (Monsieur Firmin), Rio Hibler-Kerr (Carlotta Guidicelli), Norman Large (Phantom of the Opera), Mary Alyce Laubacher (Meg Giry), Jani Neuman (Christine Daaé), Patrice Pickering (Madame Giry), Kris Pruet (Ubaldo Piangi), Brad Scott (Monsieur André), Sean Smith (Monsieur André, Raoul), Kate Solmssen (Meg Giry) and Carlo Thomas (Monsieur Firmin)
music by Andrew Lloyd Webber; lyrics by Charles Hart
ACT 1 Sung By
Think of Me Carlotta Guidicelli, Christine Daaé and Raoul
Angel of Music Christine Daaé and Meg Giry
Little Lotte/The Mirror (Angel of Music) Raoul, Christine Daaé and Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera Phantom of the Opera and Christine Daaé
The Music of the Night Phantom of the Opera
I Remember/Stranger Than You Dreamt It Christine Daaé and Phantom of the Opera
Magical Lasso Joseph Buquet, Meg Giry, Madame Giry and Ballet Chorus of the Opéra Populaire
Notes/Prima Donna Monsieur Firmin, Monsieur André, Raoul, Carlotta Guidicelli, Madame Giry, Meg Giry, Ubaldo Piangi and Phantom of the Opera
Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh Carlotta Guidicelli and Company
Why Have You Brought Me Here/Raoul I've Been There Raoul and Christine Daaé
All I Ask of You Raoul and Christine Daaé
All I Ask of You (Reprise) Phantom of the Opera
ACT 2 Sung By
Masquerade/Why So Silent Full Company
Notes/Twisted Every Way Monsieur André, Monsieur Firmin, Carlotta Guidicelli, Ubaldo Piangi, Raoul, Christine Daaé, Madame Giry and Phantom of the Opera
Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again Christine Daaé
Wandering Child/Bravo, Bravo Phantom of the Opera, Christine Daaé and Raoul
The Point of No Return Phantom of the Opera and Christine Daaé
Down Once More/Track Down This Murderer Full Company
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Engagement Dates Theatre City and State
Dec 2, 1993 - Jan 3, 1999 Curran Theatre San Francisco, CA
May 18, 1989 - Aug 29, 1993 Ahmanson Theatre Los Angeles, CA