Having relocated to a vivacious amusement resort in Coney Island, The Phantom of the Paris Opera House uses a pseudonym to invite renowned soprano Christine Daaé to perform. She and her husband Raoul have no idea what lies in store. Written by
Did You Know?
The Phantom is never referred to as 'the Phantom' during the show, but rather his pseudonym 'Mr. Y', 'master', 'sir' or 'you.' See more
In the 2004 rendition of "Phantom of the Opera" it shows Christine Daae's grave and the year of her death in 1917, however in "Love Never Dies" which is the sequel it reveals her death to be somewhere around 1905. See more
I took a little trip to Coney Island. I took a little trip because of you. I did as mother said, and followed where you lead, and tried to do what little I could do. But, here's the way it works on Coney Island, they make you pay for every little crumb. I gave what they would take, I gave it for your sake. Now look at me and see what I've become. Bathing Beauty, on a beach. Bathing Beauty in her dressing room. Bathing Beauty in the dark, on their laps, in their arms, in their beds.
What A Dreadful Town!
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lyrics by Glenn Slater
and Charles Hart
Performed by "Anna O'Byrne', Simon Gleeson
and Jack Lyall See more