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First, let me say I have seen POTO is the past
several times and I was beyond excited when
I saw it was touring through. I bought tickets
for my young daughter hoping she would fall
in love with the story, the music, and the
grand performance that I did at her age.
Nope. What a mess of a production. The
cheap revolving stage, the NON
rising/crashing chandelier, the minimal
costumes, no masquerade staircase, and all
the changes to the choreography has
completely ruined what was once a most
spectacular and emotional experience. The
whole storyline is now so muddled. My
daughter was lost the entire time and I kept
having to explain the scenes to her. She was
not impressed. And, I, of coarse, was more
than sad and frustrated that the experience I
had hoped to share with her had been
ruined by someone's idea of "better". Well,
if no drama, no mystery, no heartpounding,
and no love for the characters is "better".
There you go.
from Tigard/Portland, Oregon
SHOCKINGLY AWFUL DISAPPOINTMENT-DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME/MONEY
and I'm a big fan of POTO! Saw this at the Keller auditorium last night. If it weren't
for ruining it for my wife I would have walked out early on. The main cast, save for
Carlotta (Trista Moldovan), was AWFUL! The Phantom (Quentin Oliver Lee) being the
worst, such a let down. The only time he had any power behind his voice was literally
the last line of the show. You could barely hear him the rest of the show, and when
you did it sounded like a whiny high school teenager. Christine (Eva Tavares) needs
to go! Also no power, she rushed through most of the actual lyrics without actually
singing them through, totally FAILED on 'The Point of No Return', my wife said she
sounded more like a high pitched Disney character. To make it worse there was
ZERO believable chemistry between the Phantom and Christine. The sets were small
and cheap looking, they shortened many of the original breathtaking scenes. I could
go on but you get the point. Fans of the original production WILL be disappointed
Norman Hulec from Cleveland, Ohio
DISAPPOINTMENT NAMED PHANTOM
Start with a frigid theater which was far from full, to a poorly done great play. Orchestra overpowered singers, acting was as if they all had just come out of a coma. Our party had to wear hats and coats to maintain some level of comfort. Perhaps I should say discomfort. This was not the level of entertainment season ticket holders or even individually purchased tickets are entitled to from Playhouse Square performances.
Rose from Cleveland, Ohio
We saw the POTO at the State Theater in Cleveland two years ago and it was magnificent! The chandelier scene at the start of the show was so impressive. The entire show was an experience of a lifetime! This time, we attended the Sunday, 4/14 show at 1:00 pm - at the same theater in Cleveland, the play looked like a high school production. The chandelier scene was very, very disappointing, the scene when Christine's costume changes was deleted and the way the Phantom disappeared at the end was again, disappointing. The Phantom's voice was very weak and it was hard to understand the other performers. We had family members with us this time and I was embarrassed that I bragged up this show. It did not deliver.
from Cleveland, Ohio
The acting was okay, the set was okay, but the story was destroyed! They cut out many scenes/lines and it made no sense to someone who hadn't seen it before. Incredibly dissapointed
Arlene from Denver, Colorado
2019 traveling tour was horrific. The stage and costumes were very dark and reminded me of a dinner play house. I almost cried during “Masquerade “. The music is always good. By far the worse production of phantom that I have ever seen.
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