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Directed by
Brett Sullivan 
Simon Phillips (stage direction)
Writing credits
Andrew Lloyd Webber (written by) and
Ben Elton (written by) and
Glenn Slater (written by) and
Frederick Forsyth (written by)

Charles Hart  libretto revisions and
Gaston Leroux  characters created by

Produced by
Clayton Jacobsen .... producer
Andrew Lloyd Webber .... producer
Helen Parker .... executive producer
Naomi Stevens .... line producer
Brett Sullivan .... producer
Film Editing by
Brett Sullivan 
David Tregoning 
Costume Design by
Gabriela Tylesova 
Camera and Electrical Department
Steven Bailey .... first assistant camera
Matthew Bate .... camera operator
Dane Clarke .... technocrane camera operator
Caitlin Dooley .... second assistant camera
Chaz Lyon .... first assistant camera
Warren Tiedgen .... camera operator: "a" camera
Music Department
Andrew Lloyd Webber .... music by
Other crew
Graeme Murphy .... choreographer

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Also Known As:
"Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies" - International (English title) (complete title)
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121 min
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While being the original Australian Meg in Love Never Dies, Sharon Millerchip was also the original Australian Meg in the Phantom of the Opera in 1990. However, while she wears a blonde wig in Love Never Dies, she wore a brown wig as Meg in Phantom.See more »
Continuity: When the carriage arrives for Christine, Raoul & Gustave, they're shown walking away from it. In the next shot, they're looking at it as Gangle greets them.See more »
Meg Giry:Christine. Christine. Always Christine!See more »
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4 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Another beautiful story being destroyed by its sequel., 16 September 2012
Author: joaovieira100 from Brazil

Since the time I went to SAO PAULO in Brazil and watched the Phantom of the Opera, I could confidently say that I was another lover of this story. The phantom of the opera is a set of beautiful sceneries, with beautiful music and a thrilling story. Nevertheless, as another author who got a little extra excited with the money made, Andrew Lloyd Webber created a sequel, based on a book that was just a floppy sequel for "the phantom of the opera" according to reviewers. Fortunately, who created this second book was not Gaston Leurox, which means, this book was pretty much a fanfic story. What to expect then? A new musical based on a fanfic story? Another big flop. "Love Never Dies" kills all the characters from the original, destroys the poetry existent in "The Phantom of the Opera", and in addition to it, it is full of clichés with a bad end. Nothing against New York, I particularly love this city, but not as a setting for "The Phantom". Music is just not as memorable, except for the "Till I hear you sing". The end, BLEEH, just made me cry. I was so disappointed with ALW. In my particular experience with theater, yes I have too agree they have SOME beautiful sceneries with lots of modernity. But the story is not just sceneries, and the big point that made the Phantom of the Opera the second most watched musical over the world was the truth behind the story; the passion that ALW created the musical, inspired by his ex-wife's (Sarah Brightman) voice. That's what lacks in "Love never dies"; the truth behind the characters, the love that just increases as the story goes by. I still think that ALW will get into his wits once again, and will get this story out of the theaters. Until there, the poetry from the original story will be trying to survive from this big shot in a hospital for killed dramas.

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