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Song Samples:
I Enjoy Being a Ghoul
He Who Can Creates
Too Good to Be True
Absent Without Leave
Patrons of the Arts
When the Fat Lady Sings
Time Wounds All Heels
One Man Military Industrial Complex

Phantom of the Op’ry (Musical)

Book by Tim Kelly Lyrics by Michael C. Vigilant Music by Gerald V. Castle Piano/vocal score arranged by Richard Threet

Age Level: Middle Grades to High School
Cast: 14F, 7M, optional extras
Time: 90 minutes, 2 acts

The musical restaging of Gaston Leroux’s famous mystery. No heavy stuff, just fun aplenty as the Phantom in this country version laughingly makes a star of "too good to be true" Christine Swansong. Eleven musical showstoppers. Lots of suspense and action with the music. "Dead" bodies fly across the stage, a chandelier "drops" on the audience, the mysterious phantom disappears and reappears.

To see a performance of "I Enjoy Being a Ghoul" click here.

To hear more of "Time Wounds All Heels" click here.

To hear more of "Too Good to Be True" click here.

To hear more of "When the Fat Lady Sings" click here.

To hear more of "I Enjoy Being a Ghoul" click here.

To hear more of "One Man Military Industrial Complex" click here.

To hear more of "Patrons of the Arts" click here.

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