字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hi. I'm Chris Rokosz. Actor and director of both stage and screen. And I want to tell you what the Phantom of the Opera musical is all about. Well about an hour and forty minutes. Just kidding. An incredible show written by Andrew Lloyd Weber. Music by Andrew Lloyd Weber I should say. The show centers around Christine Daae. A chorus girl, an ingenue. Basically a nobody at the Paris Opera house. She is now in her remote dressing room from being given voice lessons by the Phantom of the Opera. Now the Phantom tells her that he is the angel of music sent by her dead father to give her voice lessons. Yeah, and her being a young girl she bought it. He also then proceeds to manipulate the new managers of the Paris Opera house to get Christine Daae out of the chorus and into the soprano role. Now Carlotta, the prima donna on every way you can imagine, doesn't like this obviously. And its what prima donna would like to be usurped by a young hot chick. So the Phantom has to make its point heard that his will is to be obeyed by well, in this case, dropping the chandelier practically on top of her but on the stage and ruining it. He does this because during the voice lessons he's fallen in love with her. She in the meantime has fallen in love with an old childhood flame by the name of Raoul. Raoul is the Viscount de Chagndy which basically means he's a French Count. So, you know, he's handsome, he's a Count and he's not a disfigured monster living in the bottom that she's never met before. Erik, the name of the Phantom, doesn't go for this too much. Ends up bringing her down to the bowels underneath where he lives. You know, and basically tries to manipulate her. Well when that doesn't work too well they, Raoul and Christine about a year later decide get engaged. And this brings us to the beginning of Act 2. After that he, the Phantom, is actually spending the time, biding his time, spying on them and basically makes demands. Produce my show, put Christine in it and his plot is to in the middle of the show to replace the male lead and kidnap her. Well Raoul doesn't stand for that. The rest of the people in the theater don't, People that run and operate the theater don't stand for that. A chase ensues and I'll let you figure it out when you go see Lloyd Weber's version of Phantom of the Opera. I'm Christopher Rokosz. Go see the show.