Cruisin’ Connecticut – The Phatom of the Opera at the Waterbury Palace Theater


OF: ‘THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA!’ 3 WE WERE ABLE TO CATCH UP WITH THE STAR OF ‘PHANTOM OF THE OPERA,’ JORDAN CRAIG. HE PLAYS RAOUL. ONE OF THE THINGS THAT’S REALLY EXCITING ABOUT THIS PRODUCTION IS: WE TAKE ALL OF THE STAGE TECHNOLOGY THAT WE DIDN’T HAVE IN THE 80’S (WHEN WE DID THE ORIGINAL PRODUCTION) AND WE’VE INJECTED THAT INTO THE NEW STORY – MAKING IT BIGGER AND BETTER. CRAIG SAYS HE’S ABLE TO FEED OFF OF THE CROWD DURING SHOWS. THE ENERGY HERE IN WATERBURY HAS BEEN FANTASTIC. THE CROWDS GET LOUD, THEY LAUGH, THEY’RE UP ON THEIR FEET AT THE END. THE ACTOR EXPLAINS WHY HE FEELS ‘THE PHANTOM’ IS SUCH A WORK OF ART. WE’RE JUST TELLING A LOVE STORY. AND I THINK NO MATTER WHO YOU ARE, WHERE YOU COME FROM, WHAT YOU BELIEVE IN WHATEVER YOU RELIGION IS, YOU HAVE EXPERIENCE EMOTIONS. ALL BASIC HUMANS URGES THAT WE EXPLORE IN OUR PRODUCTION, WHETHER ITS JOY, LUST, LOVE AND THAT’S WHAT ALLOWS 2,500 PEOPLE TO COME IN HERE A NIGHT – ALL DIFFERENT WALKS OF LIFE, AND SIT ON THE EDGE OF THEIR SEAT THROUGH THE STORY. AND WHAT WOULD ‘THE PHANTOM’ BE WITHOUT A LITTLE OPERETTA WARM UP? 3 YOU CAN CATCH THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA AT THE WATERBURY PALACE THEATER IN WATERBURY THROUGH SUNDAY. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT “PALACE THEATER CT DOT ORG” THIS WEEKEND, WE ALL GOT THE CHANCE TO MEET SOME GREAT VIEWERS AT OUR “FORECAST TO HELP END HUNGER” FOOD DRIVE.PEOPLE CAME FROM

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