Love Never Dies on Broadway

Hi Love Bug,

love never dies playbill

Who doesn’t love Phantom of the Opera?! It’s one of the longest running shows on Broadway.  Did you know that you don’t have to say goodbye to your favorite masked man?  That’s right!  Love Never Dies is the sequel to Phantom of the Opera, and lucky for you, it’s on tour now!  Here are five reasons you should be running to the box office to see this amazing show!

5. The Inclusion

I love diversity and anything that goes against the norm.  Since this play incorporates a circus show, many of the actors are represented in unusual ways.  I felt this was a great way to promote diversity amongst others!

4. The Costuming

If you know me, you know I love anything vintage.  Since this takes place in the year 1907, you can imagine how vintage the costumes have to be.  The materials used for the dresses and suits is rich in color and looks elegant and beautiful.  I love how it all comes together with the stage backgrounds and props.  This stunning display is reason enough to see this show.

3. The Quirkiness

There is quite a bit of quirkiness to this show.  I guess this goes with the inclusion of characters and the way they portray them.  I really enjoyed it because there aren’t very many shows that are constructed in an artsy/quirky way.  The sound effects and cool features made everything look really neat.  For example, there is a scene full of mirrors, just like you would see in a fun house at a carnival.  When the actors are within the glass mirrors, it give off a really cool effect on the stage!

2. The Storyline

The Phantom graces us with his presence again as he takes us to Coney Island in the early 1900s, ten years after he has disappeared.  Here, he feels at home as he is sharing his music and living among the un-normal.  The only thing he longs for is his relationship with his true love, Christine.  She is struggling with her marriage to Raoul, so she accepts and invite to perform and a renowned opera house where the Phantom and he reunite!

1. The Singing

Opera singing isn’t always my favorite genre, however, I can appreciate it when relevant. The singing in this play is by far better than any play I have ever seen.  I was so taken back by the beauty of the voices of the cast, especially Rachel Anne Moore, who played the role of Christine.  It will truly take your breath away!


love never dies

Head on over and grab your tickets now before the show ends!

Have you seen Love Never Dies?  What did you think?  Comment below!


Disclosure:  All images and opinions are my own.

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