The Phantom of the Opera
Hamburg; June 30, 2001
Final performance of the original Hamburg production
Ian Jon Bourg, Colby Thomas, Kyle Gonyea, David Hunerjaeger, Anders Sohlmann, Vera Borisova, Linda Bruske, Marcello Roncietto, Kate Lawrence
One of my all time favorite videos, and one of my all time favorite videos of Ian Jon Bourg as the Phantom. Being the final performance, the cast is on fire and the audience is very very high energy and applauds like crazy during the show. The cast does lots of funny ad-libs as well.
I highly recommend this video just for the sake of Bourg, you will never hear a voice as incredible as his in the role and his acting, physical and emotional performance is just absolutely mind-blowing. He celebrates his 20 year anniversary with Phantom this year :)
The rest of the cast is excellent as well. The video itself is very good quality, far better than the other version of this performance out there, although its a tad shaky. It also includes some stage-dooring footage afterwards, as well as the special encore where Colby Thomas and Bourg sing a duet mashup of Think Of Me/Music of the Night.
Grab this one while you can! :)
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Just a reference doodle. I can tell that sloped section of the ceiling is going to be a constant perspectival headache.
WHEN HE WAS A YOUNG WARTHOGWHEN I WAS A YOUNG WARTHOOOOOOOOG
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Sharon Tate with Roman Polanski, playing in the snow on location in Italy for the filming of, The Fearless Vampire Killers (1967)
Just kidding, I know that there’s not a lot of french people here, so I’ve picked up some cool informations from this interview mostly about the movie, for you, amip fans !!!! Enjoy :
-In the initial scenario, Francoeur wasn’t playing guitar. -M- gave to Bibo this idea because he is himself a great french guitarist ^^
-Bibo chose the french voice actors at the same time he created the characters. He did a list of french actor from the beginning.
-Bibo worked on “The Road to El Dorado”
-Bibo wanted a scene in the flooded parisian métro (underground) but it wasn’t realized because this kind of scene was too expensive for this animated movie.
Oooh I can imagine some really cool things they could of done with the underground scenario.
Realizing that cool people follow you and they can see everything embarrassing thing you post or reblog
Frozen: Alternative Desing. (Anna) (x)