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Everything You Need to Know About 'Phantom of the Opera' Opening on May 2

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Here's the very first thing you need to know and maybe this is exactly everything: This is a Chinese-language production only — the first to be staged ever, in fact.

Still with us? Great way to work on your Chinese skills if you're looking for interesting encounters with the language, at any rate.

But yes, in every other way this is a Shanghai production of Phantom of the Opera , Tony-award-winning 1986 musical from Andrew Lloyd Webber, longest running show in Broadway history, timeless story of love and mystery and mysterious love, vehicle for such classic hits "The Music of the Night" and the title track "The Phantom of the Opera".

Did you now that the original production just finished their run on Broadway on April 16, 2023, after 35 years? It was losing money even before the pandemic, apparently.

Alas! Phantom on Broadway you will always be here... insiiiiiiide my miiiiind.

The English-language Phantom debuted in Shanghai in 2004, in fact, sparking a wave of English-language legacy musicals in this city like Cats , Wicked , Elton John's Aida and The Lion King , among others.

'Twas a grand time to be alive.

And now, as we're entering the Maybe Things Will Be Good Again Era, after almost two decades a Chinese-language Phantom is returning to a Shanghai stage at the Shanghai Grand Theater . Tickets are already going fast.

Here's more of what you need to know:

It's the FIRST-EVER Chinese adaptation. Chinese is the 18th language edition of Phantom of the Opera . And please note: There will be no English subtitles , which is something that sometimes happens with Chinese-language theater. This production relies on the skills of an original local production and adaptation team. You will see all the classic costumes and staging with a few unique Chinese style twists.

Shanghai is the first city on its national tour. From 2023 to 2024, the Chinese version of The Phantom of the Opera will tour around major Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen, and Beijing, with a total of about 200 shows.

The classic opening chandelier is there. Yes, if you have watched the original version, rest assured that all the great highlights are included. For the China production, the giant chandelier weighs more than 1000 kilos, and is decorated with 6000 crystals and 48 lightbulbs. Thumbs way up on recreating this important detail!

The production features lots of Chinese stars of stage and screen: Ayanga, Liu Lingfei, and He Liangchen will share duties on the title character in highly anticipated performances. (The theater will not reveal which cast member will be on which date, just in case some shows sell out fast and 黄牛 go crazy. If you're there for a certain actor, be prepared to roll the dice.)

The Shanghai show dates will be from May 2 to June 4. Ticket price ranges from 280rmb to 1280rmb. Some dates and areas are already sold out.

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The most popular and enduring musical of the 20th century returns to Shanghai, performed in Chinese by a local Chinese cast. Produced by SMG Live and Troika events, the creative team behind the musical's world team, the organizers promise that they are bringing the full show with the same production and stage as it's performed elsewhere in the world.

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Crossroads Live and Poly Productions are delighted to announce the premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LOVE NEVER DIES in China. Following hugely successful runs in North America, Japan and Finland receiving acclaim from both audiences and critics alike , LOVE NEVER DIES comes to China.

The year is 1907. It is 10 years after his disappearance from the Paris Opera House and the Phantom has escaped to a new life in New York where he lives amongst the screaming joy rides and freak-shows of Coney Island. In this new electrically-charged world, he has finally found a place for his music to soar. All that is missing is his love – Christine Daaé.

Christine is struggling in an ailing marriage to Raoul. She accepts an invitation to travel to New York and perform at a renowned opera house. In a final bid to win back her love, the Phantom lures Christine, her husband, and their young son Gustave from Manhattan; to the glittering and glorious world of Coney Island, not knowing what is in store for them…

'ONE OF THE GREATEST OF ALL ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER MUSICALS'

A scene from The Phantom of the Opera Photo: Courtesy of Shanghai Culture Square

A scene from The Phantom of the Opera Photo: Courtesy of Shanghai Grand Theater

The Phantom of the Opera just ended its run on Broadway last week, and a Chinese version of the global hit show is set to have its premiere at the Shanghai Grand Theater on May 2. The show is based on the 1910 French novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux. It tells the classic story of the Phantom, a masked musical genius who lives in the labyrinth beneath the Paris Opera House and falls madly in love with a beautiful soprano, Christine Daae. When she reunites with her childhood sweetheart, Raoul de Chagny, the Phantom's obsession sets the scene for a dramatic collision of jealousy, madness and passion. Since its debut in London's West End in 1986 with an original score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, it has been one of the world's most successful musicals. It has been staged over 65,000 times in 183 cities in 17 languages across the globe. It has been watched by over 145 million people and has won over 70 musical awards. The Chinese version will be the musical's 18th language edition, based on a long-term collaboration project between SMG Performing Arts Group and Really Useful Group. According to information from Shanghai Grand Theater, the early preparation for the Chinese version began in 2018, but the COVID-19 pandemic delayed the preparations. Casting for the Chinese version of the musical began in July 2022 with over 1,000 actors applying for the roles, but it wasn't until March this year that the cast for the three lead roles was finally decided. Three groups of lead roles have prepared due to the long time span of the national tour for the musical after the Shanghai performance. The Phantom will be played by Ayanga, Liu Lingfei and He Liangchen, with Zhao Chaofan, Ma Tianlong and Li Chenxi playing Raoul, and Yang Chenxiuyi, Pan Hangwei and Lin Shao playing Christine. The Chinese show will have about 39 performances in Shanghai from May 2 to June 4 before moving to other major cities including Shenzhen, Foshan, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Beijing, Chengdu, Chongqing and Changsha by the beginning of 2024. Nearly 200 performances have been planned so far. The original English version of The Phantom of the Opera is also known for its spectacular stage setting, gorgeous costumes and iconic chandelier. The Chinese version will use the same costumes and stage setting as in the original, with more than 230 costumes under preparation. Producing a Chinese version of such a large-scale show is of great significance for the development of Chinese musicals, said popular singer Ayanga, who is also a co-producer of the Chinese version. "In 1988, when the Japanese version of The Phantom of the Opera premiered in Tokyo, it brought revolutionary changes to the entire musical industry in Japan at that time," Ayanga said. "Likewise, I believe the performance will also promote the growth of China's musical industry."  The English version was first staged in Shanghai in 2004. It came back to Shanghai and was also shown in Guangzhou and Beijing from 2012 to 2015, leaving Chinese audiences deeply impressed. "After I watched The Phantom of the Opera in 2004, those classic melodies haunted me for several weeks afterwards," one netizen wrote on Sina Weibo. "That's when I started to become fond of musicals."

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The doors of the 1896 Paris Opera House open again

Chandeliers ignite memories, phantom songs reappear

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Beneath the majestic splendour of the Paris Opera House lies an unknown theatre ghost. His appearance is frightening, his musical talent awe-inspiring.

He is in love with the beautiful actress Christine, but struggles for a love that cannot be fulfilled ...... The Phantom of the Opera premiered in 1986 and has since been performed in 17 languages in 183 cities around the world.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's mesmerising music, majestic stage scenery and first-class actors

It has brought the ultimate romantic evening to over 145 million audiences and has won more than 70 theatre awards.

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The Phantom of the Opera is presented by Shanghai Media Group (SMG LIVE) and produced by Shanghai Musical Arts Centre (SMC). Together with the world touring version's creative team, the Real Good Group (RUG) and TROIKA Entertainment Group (TROIKA), the production is guaranteed to be on par with the world version in terms of presentation and audiovisual experience.

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Date :3rd May - 28th May 2023

Duration :about 180mins

Venue :Shanghai Grand Theatre Lyric Theatre 300 Renmin Da Dao, near Huangpi Bei Lu Huangpu Shanghai

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The first Chinese production of the Phantom of the Opera will premiere at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on May 2, and theater lovers in China are clearly looking forward to it, if the audience numbers of a recent livestream are anything to go by.

A few days after the Phantom of the Opera had its last curtain call on Broadway on April 16, the Shanghai Grand Theatre, which is behind the first Chinese production of the musical, lit up the musical's signature chandelier at its premises on April 19.

The lighting of the 3-meter-wide chandelier, which has more than 6,000 crystal beads and weighs 1 metric ton, was livestreamed on multiple internet platforms and watched by more than 1 million people.

One of the most popular musical productions in the world, the Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber is the longest-running show in Broadway history. Since its debut in 1986, the musical has been performed in 85 cities around the world.

The Chinese production will be the 18th language the show is performed in.

Two weeks before its premiere, the Shanghai Grand Theatre invited members of the media for a backstage tour. Denny Berry, the executive choreographer for the Chinese edition, who also used to work with the flagship production in New York, told the media that being in Shanghai was "bittersweet" as her colleagues had to "put to bed the flagship production" while she had to be here in another country to bring to life the musical's first Mandarin production.

Stage rehearsals for the Chinese production began on the same day the Phantom of the Opera had its final curtain call at the Majestic Theatre on Broadway.

The Chinese production team consists of more than 120 members, 40 of whom work with the technical department.

According to Rainer Fried, the executive director of the Chinese production, all casting was conducted online in a "nerve-wrecking, long process" due to the pandemic. It was only six weeks ago that more than 40 cast members from the original Webber production landed in Shanghai.

Fried describes the feeling of walking into the rehearsal room and meeting the cast as "emotional, moving and scary", but he expresses satisfaction with the casting choices. "We haven't made a single casting mistake. The actors exceeded expectations completely. I can't speak highly enough of them," he says.

Fried adds that he was especially impressed with the translation team, who stayed close by in the room during the rehearsals in Shanghai, an unusual practice compared to other international productions.

"I realized the great difficulty in translating a show as big as the Phantom into Chinese. … I am grateful for the devoted and passionate translation team. Their input ensured the first Chinese production would be a beautiful show," he says.

According to Zhao Chenlin, executive producer of the show, the installation of the stage settings and technical rehearsals required an entire month because of the amount of work involved. She notes that the props and equipment alone filled 22 trucks, and unloading them took three whole nights.

The scene of the secret lake under the Opera Garnier, Zhao points out, is one example of how detailed the settings for the Chinese production are. To achieve a misty, fantasy-like effect on the lake surface, the production crew will use more than 280 candles, dry ice weighing 250 kilograms and 10 smoke machines.

Jill Parker, the assistant costume designer, says that most of the props and costumes were specially made for the Chinese production, with only a small portion inherited from touring productions.

"From handsewn rhinestones to the gowns to elaborate embroideries to layers after layers of fabric, there is not a costume in Phantom that isn't labor-intensive," she says. "Some are so fragile they have to be cleaned by hand after use."

One of the three male actors who will play the title role of the Phantom is Ayunga, who is also the co-producer of the Chinese musical.

The Chinese production of the Phantom of the Opera is of great significance to the future development of China's theater industry, he says, noting that the Japanese edition that premiered in 1988 helped the production company become a leading player in Asia. The Korean edition also left a great impact on the live show business in South Korea.

"We have now planted the seeds, and I believe that with the success of the Chinese Phantom, the musical scene in China will go on to blossom."

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'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

"The Phantom of the Opera" has been one of the most popular musicals since it was first staged in London in 1986.

The Chinese adaptation of the classic musical "The Phantom of the Opera" will be staged in Shanghai in May.

Popular singers Ayanga, Liu Lingfei and He Liangchen will separately play the principal role of the Phantom in the highly anticipated performances.

With an original score by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Charles Hart, the 1986 musical is based on the 1910 French novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux. It tells the story of a beautiful soprano who becomes the obsession of a mysterious, masked musical genius living in the labyrinth beneath the Paris Opera House.

Since its debut in London's West End in 1986, the musical has been staged over 65,000 times in 183 cities across the globe, attracting over 145 million audiences.

The original English version of "The Phantom of the Opera" premiered at Shanghai Grand Theater in 2004, the only theater on the Chinese mainland at the time that could meet the technical requirements for its entire performance. They, along with "Les Misérables" and "Cats," were among the first Western musicals that Chinese audiences were acquainted with.

"This musical has made three visits to China and has witnessed the fast development of China's musical industry in the past two decades," said Ma Chencheng, president of SMG Performing Arts Group, which is producing the Chinese adaptation.

"With the development and increased maturity of the domestic musical industrial chain, we have the confidence and capability to present a top-level Chinese version of the classic musical," he said.

'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

Actors Ayanga (left), Liu Lingfei (right top) and He Liangchen will play the role of Phantom in the Chinese version.

The early preparation for a Chinese version began in 2018 when a national tour of the original musical was planned, Ma said. The COVID-19 pandemic dampened the plans, but the casting for the Chinese adaptation began in July.

Over 1,000 actors applied for the roles. The musical's foreign creative team held hundreds of online auditions before deciding on the cast.

"Phantom is always difficult to cast because it's demanding both vocally and dramatically," said Rainer Fried, executive director of the Chinese adaptation. "Its emotional complexity requires both skills and experience from an actor."

'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

Online auditions are held to decide the cast.

Ma said he intends to invite the foreign creative team to Shanghai before the Spring Festival to start working on the latest project. Denny Berry will stand in for Gillian Lynne, the original choreographer, and run rehearsals in Shanghai.

"The Chinese version will be the musical's 18th language edition," said Ma. "The costumes and stage setting will be the same as in the original. There will be a live band of dozens of musicians."

Ma expressed his optimism that producing the Chinese version of such a large-scale performance will help enhance the growth of China's musical industry and raise the professional level of industry practitioners.

'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

"The Phantom of the Opera" was first staged in China at Shanghai Grand Theater in 2004.

"The producing process will also be a learning process," Ma said. "The initial wave of Chinese musical adaptations fostered a number of indigenous musical actors. We are now producing and even creating original musicals."

Singer-actor Ayanga said Phantom is a dream role for every musical singer. The popular actor not only played the lead part but also produced the Chinese rendition of "The Count of Monte Cristo," which premiered last month at Shanghai Culture Square.

"It will be a dream come true to play the role of Phantom," said Ayanga. "Given my experience as a producer, I will approach the work from the perspective of a learner, particularly the language translation and lyrics."

'The Phantom of the Opera' gets a Chinese adaptation

The Chinese version of "The Phantom of the Opera" will go on a national tour after staging over 30 performances in Shanghai in May and June.

For actor Liu, the role is both an opportunity and a challenge.

"The challenge lies in the fact that the musical is a renowned classic, and every audience bears a phantom in mind," said Liu. "But I will try my best to portray the role in the new Chinese version to meet the expectations of the domestic audience."

The Chinese version of "The Phantom of the Opera" will stage about 39 performances in Shanghai from May to June. It will then take a national tour and visit cities like Shenzhen, Foshan, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Beijing, Jinan and Chengdu. Nearly 200 performances will have been staged by the beginning of 2024.

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The Phantom of the Opera is to be performed in Mandarin for the first time as it opens in China in 2023. 

Since it premiered in 1986, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical has been performed in 183 cities around the world in 17 languages.

Presented by SMG Live, the Mandarin language production will be co-created by the Really Useful Group, which is the producer of The Phantom of the Opera world tour, and Troika Entertainment.  

SMG Live and the Really Useful Group began the process of transforming the production for Chinese audiences in 2018. 

Dates and venues are to be announced. 

As announced during the final episode of China’s musical theatre TV talent show City of Musicals, the roles of the entire cast including Phantom, Christine and Raoul will be open to Mandarin speakers around the world. 

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The Countdown to Phantom China Begins

Excitement is building for the first ever Mandarin-language production of The Phantom of the Opera , which opens in Shanghai on 9 May. This week, the chandelier rose for the first time over the stage of the Shanghai Grand Theatre , where the landmark production will premiere in less than 3 weeks. Watch as the talented cast and creatives experienced the moment for the first time. 

The Phantom, will be played by Ayanga, Liu Lingfei, and He Liangchen . Yang Chenxiuyi, Pan Hangwei, and Lin Shao will play Christine. 

In a recent vlog series, Ayanga took phans behind the scenes of the theatre. Watch the most recent instalment, where he chats to Costume Designer Jill Parker and explores costume department.

Don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime experience and get tickets to see the first ever Mandarin-language production of The Phantom of the Opera today.

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The Phantom of the Opera opens its curtains in China

By Chen Nan | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2023-02-28 16:22

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A Chinese version of Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic musical The Phantom of the Opera  will be staged at Tianqiao Performing Arts Center in Beijing this October.

Since its debut in London's West End in 1986, the musical has been staged over 65,000 times in 183 cities across the globe, been performed in 17 languages and has attracted over 145 million audiences.

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In 2004, the musical made its debut in China with sold-out shows staged in Shanghai. In 2015, it came to Beijing for the first time as the opening show of the Tianqiao Performing Arts Center.

Auditions for the Chinese version of the musical started in July last year, attracting over 1,100 applicants from around world. Three Chinese actors, Ayanga, Liu Lingfei and He Liangchen secured roles.

From 2023 to 2024, the Chinese version of The Phantom of the Opera  will tour around major Chinese cities, including Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen and Beijing, with a total of about 200 shows.

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‘The Phantom of the Opera’ is Here — in Chinese

SHANGHAI – From “Romeo and Juliet” to “The Count of Monte Cristo,” Lisa Jia claims to have watched almost every Chinese version of foreign musicals. Having often been disappointed by poor translations, she was naturally nervous about seeing the Chinese version of the legendary musical “The Phantom of the Opera,” which opened at the Shanghai Grand Theater on May 2.

The result, it turns out, was better than she expected. 

“The English version is so well-known that, when we hear the musical in Chinese, we’re not used to it,” Jia, in her 30s, told Sixth Tone. “But this doesn’t mean the Chinese translation is bad.” 

Reaction online has also focused on the quality of the translation. Like Jia, netizens seem largely satisfied, with comments on the microblogging platform Weibo ranging from “smooth and elegant” to “generally not embarrassing.” 

Zhang Xiang, one of the script translators, is happy to see the largely positive response from audience members. He’s even been touched by some that give substantive feedback, as some users have praised the translation’s use of everyday words instead of “flowery” words in some songs, and also for not forcing rhyming at the expense of meaning. 

“It’s exactly what we tried to accomplish,” Zhang, an English literature major from the eastern Zhejiang province, told Sixth Tone. “I’ve always strived for a ‘natural’ translation, and the audience members who sense that are like soulmates.”

It was no mean feat to translate this musical, which will begin a nationwide tour of an estimated 200 performances in June. Chan Siu-kei, director of the translation team, wrote on Weibo that it was very difficult to translate the text because it was a “three-dimensional” project. Not only did the translation have to be done, but it also had to be coordinated with other teams like set design, props, and lighting.

For example, for the major song “Music Of The Night,” when the Phantom lures Christine to his lair, the translation team decided to translate the lyric “Night unfurls its splendor” into “Night is filled with fragrance” after seeing photos of the set design and finding no appropriate word in Chinese. 

“If it was just a literary translation, we would not have translated it like this,” he wrote.  

The Chinese version took nearly 10 months to produce and features over 40 performers of Chinese opera and musical backgrounds. More than 1,000 actors responded to the casting call, and over 100 people applied for the translation team.

For many Chinese audiences, “The Phantom of the Opera” was what first sparked their love for musicals. First premiered in London in 1986, the musical has since been performed in 17 languages in over 180 cities worldwide. It made its English version debut in Shanghai in 2004, and went on to be staged 100 more times, more than “Les Misérables” and “Cats” combined, with an average attendance rate of 99%. It’s even included in some high school English and music textbooks.

This attachment to the original version proved impossible to overcome for some. “It’s like translating a Peking Opera into English,” a user on Quora-like platform Zhihu commented . But Sherry Qi, another audience member from Zhejiang province, said the Chinese version will help promote musicals in China. 

“It’s fine if you only like the original version, but if you want more people to learn about musicals, if you want the market to grow, you must make the Chinese version,” Qi said.

Unlike many other countries, the Chinese musical industry flourished during the pandemic. Much of the success was down to the hit reality TV show “Super-Vocal,” a singing contest where classically trained singers perform classic show tunes, which greatly increased the popularity of Broadway-style musicals in China. 

In 2021, the Chinese musical industry made over 1 billion yuan (then $155 million), up from 600 million yuan in 2019.

The growing popularity of the genre was evident on Tuesday evening, with dozens of audience members already in line 45 minutes before the show started. Some told Sixth Tone that this was already their second or third time seeing the musical, a week after its premiere. 

One of these people, Jia saw dozens of musicals every year before the pandemic, mostly foreign musicals touring the country. The pandemic barred these tours from happening, leading to a rise in popularity of small theaters in Shanghai showing domestic musicals. It was fine at first, but Jia is relieved to see foreign musicals again. 

“The original Chinese musicals have become fandom-oriented. As many fans want their favorite actors to perform more, companies arrange performances one after another to make money. As a result, many Chinese musicals are poorly produced,” she said.

This tension between quality and quantity worsened during the pandemic as China’s musical industry became ever more mainstream. On the one hand, professional musical theater actors participated in various popular variety shows to promote musicals. On the other hand, “ traffic stars ” with little to no musical theater background are being invited to perform in musicals to attract audiences.

Diehard fans like Qiu Jingru have been left unimpressed by the quality of such domestic shows. From the southern city of Guangzhou, she booked a high-speed train and hotel in Shanghai so she could attend the premiere on May 2. The pandemic provided an opportunity for the Chinese musical industry to develop, she said, but the return of foreign musicals and plays to China will force it to improve further. 

“It will force the current Chinese musical industry to either improve or eliminate the bad productions,” Qiu said.

Like other fans of the original musical, Qiu had low expectations going into the show. She was especially concerned about whether the Chinese actors would be able to handle the bel canto and operatic demands of the musical. In the end, her concerns were misplaced. “I was blown away by the actors, the choreography, and the translation,” she said.

For Jia, however, the Chinese version has been a mixed bag. She has already seen the show twice, and has plans to see it at least ten more times while it is in Shanghai. She was unsatisfied with the first show she saw but noticed an improvement in the second show. 

“I witness the actors improving their understanding of the roles in every performance. I see something new each time. The acting surprises me more than the entire show,” she said. 

Fortunately for the translation team, it is simply the performances of the cast that Jia takes most issue with, and not the translation. And even if she can’t say she likes the Chinese translation, she has made her peace with it. She compares it to buying clothes:

“The quality of the clothes may clearly be great, but I might still not like it,” she said. 

Editor: Vincent Chow.  

(Header image: The poster for the Phantom of the Opera seen at the entrance of Shanghai Grand Theater, May 9, 2023. Fan Yiying/Sixth Tone)

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Shanghai Ballet The Phantom of the Opera

Published on Jun 27, 2023

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Dates : August 18-20, 2023

Times : 7:30pm

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Features : The Shanghai Ballet will be presents original ballet The Phantom of the Opera at opera house of NCPA from August 18 to August 20 in 2023.

BRIEF INTRODUCTION

The Shanghai Ballet's original ballet The Phantom of the Opera is adapted from the novel of the same name by French writer GastLe Lu. It is the first stage work to perform the work in a ballet vocabulary. Set at the end of the 19th century, it tells the story of the phantom hidden in the Paris Opera House, trying to control the whole theater and dominate the fate of the ballet star Cristin.

The play is directed by Shanghai Ballet specially invited artistic director and British choreographer Derek Dean, the male costume designer of Swan Lake, Carl Davis, the BBC composer of Pride and Prejudice, and the musical Mom Mia! Howard Harrison Strong League. On the stage, the delicate and elegant Shanghai ballet, the powerful tension of British drama, the profound and mysterious stage presentation, and the dreamy and grand music gathered together will bring new vitality and shocking artistic power to the popular classic IP around the world.

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The Shanghai Ballet, formerly known as the The White-Haired Girl performing team, was established in 1979. As one of the most important Chinese ballets, The White-Haired Girl laid the foundation for the establishment of the Shanghai Ballet and cemented its leading position in Chinese ballet community. The White-Haired Girl was awarded the Classic Award in the 20th Century Chinese Dance Classics Competition and has been staged for over 2,000 times.

Started with The White-Haired Girl 40 years ago, the Shanghai Ballet has presented many ballet productions, including Swan Lake, Romeo and Juliet, The Sleeping Beauty, The Lady of the Camellias, Coppelia, La Sylphide, The Nutcracker, Giselle, Don Quixote and other classical ballets. Its repertoire also covers original ballets The White-Haired Girl, Bright Red Star, The Butterfly Lovers, A Sign of Love, The Last Mission of Marco Polo, Jane Eyre, Echoes of Eternity, Hamlet and Shanghai Grand Theatre’s version of The Nutcracker, as well as performances such as Balanchine and Beyond, The Ode of Joy-Gala Performance and The Charm of Ballet-Modern Ballet Classics. The Shanghai Ballet has developed an elegant “Shanghai artistic style” that draws on the strengths of others.

The glory of The White-Haired Girl has led to the success of ballet performers such as SHI Zhongqin, MAO Huifang and LING Guiming. The inheritance of The White-Haired Girl and other early productions of the company has raised XIN Lili, WANG Qifeng, YANG Xinhua and other ballet dancers to prominence. Today, the company’s varied repertoire has honed a number of exceptional ballet performers such as CHEN Zhenrong, JI Pingping, FAN Xiaofeng, WU Husheng and QI Bingxue. In the past four decades, the young performers of Shanghai Ballet have won 52 medals in international ballet competitions, breaking the status of Chinese ballet as an unknown in the international ballet world. China's first ballet medal, the first duo award and the first ballet "Olympic" gold medal were all won by the Shanghai Ballet.

Shanghai Ballet is active in cooperation and artistic exchange with artists and companies both at home and abroad. The company has toured not only in China but also throughout the world, giving performances in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Norway, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, North Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand, Finland, Poland and South Korea, as well as regions like Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan. It has showcased the unique charm of Chinese ballet to the whole world.

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"The Phantom of the Opera" cast holds hands onstage.

You only have a few more opportunities to see the iconic chandelier drop on Broadway.

That’s because Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record-breaking musical “Phantom of the Opera” is leaving the Great White Way when it officially closes on April 15, 2023.

Yes, after over 10,000 performances and seven Tony Awards, Christine (Emilie Kouatchou) and the masked Phantom (Ben Crawford) will take their final bows at the Majestic Theatre .

We know what you’re thinking, too.

With so few shows remaining on the legendary production’s calendar, which is the best one to go to?

That’s a great question and one we’d love to dive into.

At the time of publication, we found “Phantom of the Opera” Broadway tickets going for as low as $182 before fees on Vivid Seats.

Take that with a grain of salt, though — prices regularly fluctuate, and you may be able to snag a last-minute deal if you continually refresh the show’s calendar .

Now, here’s everything else you need to know about the long-running show with the mysterious masked man.

“Phantom of the Opera” 2022-23 Broadway schedule

A complete calendar including all upcoming show dates, start times and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found below.

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“Phantom of the Opera” cast

Although we don’t know much about the “Phantom” himself, here’s what we do know about the actors that play the lead roles onstage.

Ben Crawford (The Phantom) has appeared in five Broadway shows prior to his “Phantom” run. You may have also seen him in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “Shrek The Musical,” “Big Fish,” “Les Misérables,” and “On the Twentieth Century.” He assumed the role of The Phantom on April 16, 2018, making the final show his five-year anniversary.

Emilie Kouatchou (Christine) is making her Broadway debut in “Phantom.” A University of Michigan graduate, she took over for Meghan Picerno on Jan. 25, 2022. Once cast, Kouatchou made history as the first Black actress to play Christine on Broadway.

Paul Adam Schaefer (Raoul) knows Phantom inside and out. As his bio alleges, “he has also played The Phantom more times than he can count.” Other notable screen credits include “FBI,” “Uncoupled” with Neil Patrick Harris, “Blacklist,” “Baker and the Beauty,” and “Law & Order,” to name just a few.

Raquel Suarez Groen (Carlotta) also made her Broadway debut with “Phantom.” In addition to many Off-Broadway productions, Groen is an accomplished Opera vocalist having won prizes at the Giulio Gari International Vocal Competition and Florida Grand Opera YPO Competition.

Maree Johnson (Madame Giry) rejoins the “Phantom” family after having played Madame Giry in the Sydney Harbour production of the show. In the past, she has also taken on the role of Christine in “Phantom” as well. Johnson received a Barrymore Award nomination for her work in “Passion.”

All cast members and their official bios can be found here .

Musicals on Broadway in 2023

After “Phantom” closes, here are five of the biggest shows that will be aiming to take its throne as Broadway’s most tenured.

•  “The Lion King”

•  “Chicago”

•  “Wicked”

•  “Hamilton”

•  “The Book of Mormon”

Looking for other Broadway shows? Check out everything you won’t want to miss on The Great White Way here .

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