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Post  Raphael on Wed May 04, 2011 12:46 am

Just a quick question since I can't seem to find a definitive list online. Does anyone know what countries the World Tour played?

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  MajesticPhantom on Wed May 04, 2011 11:59 am

Offhand-

South Korea
China (Shanghai and Hong Kong)
Taiwan
Singapore
Malaysia

I have sometimes seen the original South African engagements listed as part of the World Tour.

Some of the above engagements occurred twice.

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Post  justin-from-barbados on Wed May 04, 2011 1:00 pm

It may not be officially listed as such, but to me, I consider the S.A. aussie return engagement and the recent Korean one as 'World Tour' cause I believe they all used the same set so it was basically the same production. And I am pretty cure it is the one that is going back to S.A in December

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Wed May 04, 2011 2:32 pm

justin-from-barbados wrote:It may not be officially listed as such, but to me, I consider the S.A. aussie return engagement and the recent Korean one as 'World Tour' cause I believe they all used the same set so it was basically the same production. And I am pretty cure it is the one that is going back to S.A in December
Yes, the original South African production was later re-defined as "World Tour" (no such notes were given when it opened or in the souvenir brochure, however). Before the original SA production you had the original Korean production. I don't think the original nor the revival Korean one were ever defined as World Tour. The original Korean one opened not too long after the original Aussie one closed, and inherited the sets and costumes. They've since been used in (as mentioned) South Africa, plus the various World Tour stops.

I also think the current Australian engagement with Anthony Warlow and Ana Marina was a part of the World Tour. At least, cast members define it as such.

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Post  Devon on Tue May 17, 2011 5:04 am

Can someone tell me what year Phantom came to Hong Kong for part of the world tour?

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Mon Aug 29, 2011 9:07 am

Seems like the "World Tour" just lives on. I.E. there are more South African + Asian stops in the horizon.

1 Nov 2011 - 15 Jan 2012
Artscape Opera House, CAPE TOWN

26 Jan - 6 May 2012
Monte Casino, JOHANNESBURG

28 Aug - 23 Sept 2012
Manilla, PHILLIPINES

4 Dec 2012 - 4 March 2013
Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

This comes from the Web site of on of the South African Christines. She's listed she'll do the role from 2011 to 2013, meaning she'll follow the production to Asia when it leaves South Africa. Elsewhere she writes they'll end the tour in Shanghai, China. So there might be more stops.

http://www.magdaleneminnaar.com/

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Tue Nov 08, 2011 2:27 pm

http://www.iol.co.za/tonight/music/teatergogga-hits-the-high-notes-1.1173578
A quite fun interview with South Africa's Carlotta; Pauline du Plessis. My favourite parts:

Du Plessis has been around long enough to tell some hair-raising stories about being part of the Phantom family. Like the time when Lana English (playing Christine in Cape Town) got her costume stuck in a groove on the floor, just before the chandelier came swinging her way.“Things like that happen, where you get stuck to the scenery and you think: ‘Oh my word, am I going to survive?’ ”

For her own part, the story she will share is about the ridiculously fast costume change between the first manager’s scene and an opera sequence. Her dresser once forgot the bodice part of her dress for the opera sequence: “She pre-set everything in the dark. So, out comes the skirt, I step out of the one and into the other… They’re taking my wig off and putting the other one on. People are undres-sing me, I just stand there like a dummy.

“And then, she froze, and she couldn’t even speak, and the sound girl started laughing. I’m, like: ‘What’s up guys, time’s running out.’ ‘Pauline, you have no top,’ says the sound girl.” The dresser tried to forcethe extra fabric on Du Plessis’s evening gown around her, but it didn’t work: “I couldn’t suck it in.”

Then the sound engineer put the sound up: “It was my cue and the entire audience heard: ‘Nee, ek kannie (no, I can’t), my darling,’ wonderfully loud and it wasn’t like it was in China where they wouldn’t know what was going on.”

“By that time, the sound lady was lying on the floor (laughing so hard) and she just held up the top that I had on before, so I had a very eclectic frock on. I looked like a complete nut.


So she wore the bodice of her b/w dress under her Il Muto frock, sans the decorated corset. Wow... That's one special outfit. Laughing


“She’s just a bitch,” Du Plessis said with a little chuckle. Although the character is written comically, Du Plessis plays her very sincerely: “In everything that she’s going through, she’s very honest. She knows she’s on her way out and she’s desperately holding on to the position she has. “It’s actually quite a sad character.”

That is of course one way of playing the character. But I don't think that is the definitive interpretation. I've seen several play it off as they were divine - that it is their God-given right to get the lead roles, to be the first lady and to NEVER EVER be outshone by a chorus girl. They are more offended than genuinely upset. I think I like that more. But I also like Pauline du Plessis a lot, she is a fine Carlotta. I hope she'll continue with the World Tour (Asian tour) this time around as well.

In the interview she also tells that she saw POTO for the first in in 2000, in London. Chances are big she saw Shân Cothi as Carlotta. VERY good introduction to the role, no?

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Tue Nov 22, 2011 10:33 am

Interview with South African Christine Magdalene Minnaar. It's in Afrikaans, but I took a quick look in Google Translator, and some interesting tidbits:

*The leads are performing the roles with "a degree of British accent", as this is deemed most proper for the musical. I noticed this was the case in the early US productions as well, but this practice has been abandoned, haven't it?

*A bit disappointed she thinks there is little to explore in the role. She describes it as "This is how Sarah Brightman did, this is how people for the past 25 years has done it." I don't agree with that. The interesting Christines are those who bring something else, something unique into the role. And God forbid people copy Brightman. I say that as a fan. She did create the role, and I love how she did it. Because she is who she is. Interesting voice, good dancer, and... erm... an acting of her own. The role was created to suit her, and I think it brought the best out in her. But I don't want people to copy her performance. I see what she means about the blocking and overall "package" being set, but within those limits there are a lot to add. That said, Minnaar did prepare by reading Gaston Leroux's novel, so it seem like she is exploring the basis material.

*Minnaar has mostly done classical music in the past. But this might change after Phantom. "I would love to do other musicals. It has opened my eyes to this genre."


http://afrikaans.news24.com/Vermaak/Nuus/Phantom-So-werk-dinge-agter-die-skerms-20111122

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  SenorSwanky on Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:54 pm

operafantomet wrote:I noticed this was the case in the early US productions as well, but this practice has been abandoned, haven't it?
For the most part, unfortunately.

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:11 pm

Uh-oh.... Seems like there were major issues at tonight's opening night in South Africa. I don't know with what or why, but someone has left this message on their FB wall:

Hi went to tonight's show, pity the sticky floors got in the way but nonetheless great cast and love the settings- I'm a bit puzzled as to what must we do with the tickets?? Could you let me know? Computicket wise, thanks and all the best / http://www.facebook.com/pages/Phantom-of-the-Opera-South-Africa/209472882399300 )

So bad they had to refund tickets? On opening night? If so, that's really bad. I'm really curious about what went wrong, and why. But most of all I hope the press is invited a second time, so the actual show can be reviewed.

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  Loettchen on Wed Nov 23, 2011 6:03 am

For those that don't follow the facebook, although I think Anéa does, here is the OP's answer about that:

"They painted the floors and it didn't dry on time so it became a hazard for the dancers therefore they couldn't use the stage and perform but they did sing and acted everything and great orchestra!! Smile"

Despite the old saying, I'm a little surprised the show went on, but kudos to them for getting through it. Sounds like the show should get right back on track, though. I'm glad it wasn't anything serious.

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Post  operafantomet on Wed Nov 23, 2011 8:46 am

So... they did the show without any dancing?! That is a major screw-up... If wet paint was the issue, they should have added a temporary rubber mat to the floor to make the premiere as fantastic and flawless as possible, and rather cancelled the second and third performances to fix the floor. You never mess with opening night. Never.

Ironically, one of the last updates from the South African page was "And also spare a thought for the stage crew who are painting the entire stage with a fresh coat of high gloss paint tonight, and into the early hours of tomorrow..."

Of course we only have one audience comment on what happened. It might have been less dramatic than it sounds. But if they really cut all the dancing, it means they did Hannibal without the slavegirls solo, and they didn't feature a ballet when Buquet was hung, and Masquerade must have looked kinda awkward... The dance might not seem a key feature in Phantom, but how Gillian Lynne integrated the dancers into the story is obvious first when you remove the dancing.

I hope they'll give a public statement about the incident so we don't have to speculate!



ETA: the person attending updated with "They sat on chairs on stage and stood up to sing their part and the songs, like I said, great cast :-) its fine, jus a rough start- they'll break a leg while the paint dries, singing dancing etc"

SERIOUSLY???

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Post  Phantomlove on Wed Nov 23, 2011 5:59 pm

Wouldn't it be a bit dangerous for the dancers if you were to add a rubber mat? I mean, if you have to get holes out for all the trapdoors? Or did you mean that they should roll it out just when the dancing occurs?

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Post  operafantomet on Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:04 pm

Phantomlove wrote:Wouldn't it be a bit dangerous for the dancers if you were to add a rubber mat? I mean, if you have to get holes out for all the trapdoors? Or did you mean that they should roll it out just when the dancing occurs?
I didn't think of a mat as much as a rubber layer; such ones used to make regular stage floors softer for dancers. Though I think you're right about the floor being too uneven still. I guess I'm just so surprised they didn't get the floor ready for opening night and did a concert version instead!

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Post  operafantomet on Thu Nov 24, 2011 8:00 am

So there is a total denial about the fiasco opening night in South Africa in the official Facebook sites. They call last night a "second preview". So the failed premiere just didn't happen in their eyes. Only source of info is those who attended the original opening night. They are not happy campers. Apparently they don't get a money exchange, but tickets for a new Phantom performance. Not all of them want that, or have the opportunity, so people are kinda annoyed... I can understand there not being too much talk about the incident, but I still think an official statement would be good. They've been good with hyping the production through social media, and should handle the negative side as well. Pictures from the "concert" they held, all cards on the table and total refund would have been so much more brave.

But anyway, it seems like they've invited to a grand VIP night this Saturday instead. I guess this is when the press is invited back to review the show, and that Saturday serves as the new premiere date.

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Post  Raphael on Fri Nov 25, 2011 10:29 am

Wow, that's awful (in terms of bad planning and poor PR management). Hope things go smoother from now on.

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Sat Nov 26, 2011 12:42 pm

Seems like the South African production is marred with problems. When they hold their second opening night tonight, it will most likely not be with André Schwartz as the Phantom. He has had voice issues all week, so alternate Phantom Jonathan Roxmouth has been performing in his place, and might do that tonight as well.

For the opening night this is not ideal. Both for the obvious reason of the lead Phantom being sick, and because the alternate Phantom is also principal Raoul. Which means Christine will be the only principal going on for the opening night! Unless, of course, Schwartz recovers, which I hope he will.

Anyhow, toi-toi-toi for a flawless show tonight, God knows they deserve it.

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  Loettchen on Mon Nov 28, 2011 7:28 am

Well, the Facebook reviews sure are good! I'm glad to hear it. I would have been amazingly disappointed to have seen a "concert" version with no refund myself. I rather agree with Anéa's comment that just owning up to the mistake would have been braver and much more honorable. But I'm glad they were able to get past it to what appears to have been a successful second opening night.

Would be incredible to see the tour. Too bad I'm not staying in Korea longer, heh!

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Fri Dec 02, 2011 1:45 pm

I've read probably no reviews of the 2004 South African production, but many of the 2011 production. This is the first I've seen to compare those two, which was rather interesting:

Robin Botha made every bit as big a splash on opening night. It might be premature to say that a star is born, but I'm going to stick my neck out anyway. The actress exudes real class and didn't put a foot wrong for the entire evening. She also shares good chemistry with Roxmouth, giving their scenes a real charge, something that was sorely lacking in the 'Phantom' production of 2004.


http://www.48hours.co.za/capetown/stories/2december/story03.html

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Post  operafantomet on Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:32 pm

Has it been mentioned that Brad Little probably returns as the Phantom? In the World Tour in 2012/13:

I never saw Brad perform, but he’ll be playing the Phantom when “Phantom of the Opera” comes to the Philippines. (Lea Salonga)

http://entertainment.inquirer.net/15491/‘ultimate-broadway’-in-shanghai

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Post  SenorSwanky on Sat Dec 31, 2011 5:28 am

He's the designated World Tour Phantom. Laughing

I was trying to imagine Lea Salonga singing Mme. Giry's parts, and I don't think she could do it. She was already a mezzo, and her voice has only matured (naturally) with age. She's probably not old enough to convincingly act the role yet either. But she'd certainly be the sexiest Mme. Giry I've ever seen. She could bang that cane and tell me what to do. Twisted Evil

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Post  phantom10906 on Sat Dec 31, 2011 7:07 am

operafantomet wrote:Has it been mentioned that Brad Little probably returns as the Phantom? In the World Tour in 2012/13:

I never saw Brad perform, but he’ll be playing the Phantom when “Phantom of the Opera” comes to the Philippines. (Lea Salonga)

http://entertainment.inquirer.net/15491/‘ultimate-broadway’-in-shanghai

Now if we could only get him to Broadway or in Vegas... Very Happy

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Post  operafantomet on Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:01 am

So André Schwartz has finally resigned from the South African Phantom production. Lately he's been doing 1-3 shows a week, alternating with Jonathan Roxmouth, to see if his voice was up for it. According to those who's seen him he sounded great, but it seems to be affecting the healing of his voice. I'm not sure exactly what is wrong, but I can see why such a conclusion was made. It seems, however, that he will be around as a standby Phantom? Or is he just kidding, saying he'll be there in spirit?

My voice will not recover doing 6 shows a week and I stand the risk of causing real damage. I cannot and wil not "play" The Phantom, I need to "be" The Phantom and vocally the voice isn't happy with that at the moment. It has been one of the most painful decisions of my life and I hope and trust that you will support me in this decision.

(...)

But- I will however be ghosting around the Teatro and will be there for any Phantom emergencies incl drinks!


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Post  AlwaysChristine on Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:25 am

operafantomet wrote:So André Schwartz has finally resigned from the South African Phantom production. Lately he's been doing 1-3 shows a week, alternating with Jonathan Roxmouth, to see if his voice was up for it. According to those who's seen him he sounded great, but it seems to be affecting the healing of his voice. I'm not sure exactly what is wrong, but I can see why such a conclusion was made. It seems, however, that he will be around as a standby Phantom? Or is he just kidding, saying he'll be there in spirit?

My voice will not recover doing 6 shows a week and I stand the risk of causing real damage. I cannot and wil not "play" The Phantom, I need to "be" The Phantom and vocally the voice isn't happy with that at the moment. It has been one of the most painful decisions of my life and I hope and trust that you will support me in this decision.

(...)

But- I will however be ghosting around the Teatro and will be there for any Phantom emergencies incl drinks!


https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phantom-of-the-Opera-South-Africa/209472882399300

It´s a good decision, hard, but right. I wish him the best.

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Re: Phantom World Tour

Post  operafantomet on Sun Jan 29, 2012 6:59 pm

Paint Never Dries?

Let's hope it will... Two days until opening night in Johannesburg, South Africa. The Cape Town premiere had to be stopped (or rather improvised) because the floor was still sticky from the new coat of paint. Let's hope this isn't the case in Jo'burg!

Also, André Schwartz has officially resigned from the role. He did a couple of performances towards the end of the run in Cape Town, but noticed his voice wouldn't heal while doing shows. So he's left the production, and as far as I know, young Jonathan Roxmouth is principal Phantom. He's 24 or 25, I think, and normally I would consider that way too young. But he's gotten rave reviews everywhere, so I'm curious to see/hear him.

In the mean time, a lovely picture of the Monkey musical box here:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Phantom-of-the-Opera-South-Africa/209472882399300?ref=ts

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Post  PhantomsGhost on Fri Feb 03, 2012 3:20 pm

Nice article from the South African Times today with some photos:

http://www.timeslive.co.za/entertainment/2012/02/03/backstage-revealing-the-phantom

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Post  operafantomet on Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:14 am

Loving all the South African footage. They've understood social media, and that just makes me so happy!

And ladies and gentlemen... The Johannesburg leg of the production is writing history. The alternate Phantom is black. As far as I know, this is only the second black Phantom in POTO history, following Robert Guillaume in Los Angeles. Nicholas Nkuna was originally cast as Passarino, and as far as I know he still does that role when not performing as the Phantom. I think he does Sunday shows.

Here's a headshot from his involvement in Dreamgirls:



Bravo South Africa!

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Post  SenorSwanky on Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:52 pm

Finally!

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Post  Madame Giry on Mon Feb 13, 2012 2:39 pm

Looks like the South African Phantom production has been nominated for several of that country's Fleur de Cap Theatre Awards.

Interestingly, Jonathan Roxmouth, the actor who stepped in to play the Phantom when the originally cast Phantom, Andre Schwartz, damaged his voice during rehearsals, is up as a nominee for Best Lead Actor in a musical.

More nominates excerpted from the article from the official Phantom website below:

Nominations for Phantom in Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards
8 February, 2012

CarlottaThe South African production of The Phantom of the Opera has this week gained six nominations in the country’s prestigious 47th annual Fleur du Cap Theatre Awards, including nods for three of the production’s actresses in the Best performance by a supporting actress in a musical or musical theatre category.

The Fleur du Cap Awards focus on professional theatre productions staged in the Cape Town area and its surrounds. On March 18th 2012, the winners of the 2011 Awards will be announced at a special ceremony at the Baxter Theatre, Cape Town.

Phantom’s nominations are:

Best performance by a lead actor in a musical or musical theatre - Jonathan Roxmouth (The Phantom).

Best performance by a lead actress in a musical or musical theatre – Magdalene Minnaar (Christine).

Best performance by a supporting actor in a musical or musical theatre – Anthony Downing (Raoul).

Best performance by a supporting actress in a musical or musical theatre - Angela Killian (Madame Giry); Hanlee Louw (Carlotta/ Mme Firmin); Pauline du Plessis (Carlotta/Mme Firmin).

Link to Original: http://www.thephantomoftheopera.com/news/latest-news/nominations-for-phantom-in-fleur-du-cap-theatre-awards

Congratulations to the South African Phantom company, and good luck when the awards are announced!

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Post  operafantomet on Mon Feb 13, 2012 4:17 pm

I mentionedon their FB site how I was bummed their other Christine - Robin Botha - wasn't nominated. Their Phantom replied she was. But according to this list she is not...? It's so strange, from all reviews I've read people seem to prefer Robin Botha. Both Christines are rated as very fine, but Botha is apparently more interesting in the acting department. Just so odd the nominations kinda indicates the opposite.

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