THINGS PHANTOM OF THE OPERA FANS SAY
(Potentially part 1 because I thought of 20 million other things as soon as this was done oops)
Anyway…enjoy! And remember this is just for fun so…yeah.
Thanks for 1,000+ followers! I love you all!
I might have died a little on “Oh My God Raoul is not a Fop!”
“HE IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE SEXY!”
“Why aren’t I Gina Beck?”
“Or, we could just read passages from the novel! ………….Hello?”
This is why the Internet needs to be real life. Because everyone here would have been like, “YES! YES! OH YES YES YES YES.”
Best thing ever.
*dies of laughter*
Yes! It’s that time again—it’s time for SDC’s Playbill giveaway! In line with the opening of Phantom in Manila this August, SDC is giving away a POTO Playbill to one lucky follower!
Contest rules and guidelines:
FOR TUMBLR USERS:
1. You must be following thestagedoorcanteen on Tumblr
2. Reblog this post to enter the raffle. You may reblog as many times as you want! Likes do not count.
3. Make sure your ask boxes are open so we can contact you.
FOR TWITTER USERS:
1. You must be following @sdcanteen on Twitter
2. Tweet “I want to win a Phantom playbill from @SDCanteen (thestagedoorcanteen.tumblr.com)!” to enter the raffle
3. Make sure your tweets aren’t protected so we can see it!
FOR FACEBOOK USERS:
1. Like The Stage Door Canteen on Facebook
2. Post “I want to win a Phantom playbill from The Stage Door Canteen” (tag us!) on your wall/timeline.
3. Make sure your posts are public so we can see it!
• Contest ends on August 17
• You may enter using any of the three ways, or all.
• Every post, tweet and reblog will be considered an entry.
• This is open to Philippine residents only (Sorry, we’re still broke!)
• We will assign numbers to each entry and pick a winner using a random number generator. If you’re curious, here’s how. We will be announcing the winner on August 19.
Good luck, everyone!
Playbill autoreblog :-D
Right. Here’s a fantastic video of the Final Lair. Yes, there are awkward moments and maybe the phrases weren’t perfect, but YOU GUYS these are teenagers in a high school play, and the set, costumes, and singing are all quite amazing. I actually teared up at “you are not alone” and “Christine, I love you”. Heartbreaking. I wish they recorded the actors taking their bows.
I had no idea Jonathan Roxmouth was so young! I think even Claire Lyon is older.