Yes, nice Photoshopping Here's my contribution. I despise the whole idea of this sequel. The original show ends wonderfully with the Phantom having realized that he can't force or lure Christine into loving him. He gives her up and at great cost to himself, he lets her go off with Raoul. With a sequel, his sudden understanding of what real love is and his sacrifice are negated. He's back to trying to lure Christine again. By the way, in the Forsyth book, he has built an opera house and wants her to sing his new opera in it--not do a concert. I think that the summary of the sequel's story is mostly guess work on the part of the writer of the article. I would guess that at this point only ALW and his collaborators know what the story will be and how much of Forsyth's book he uses. About the title, there is a book of fairy tales for children with the title ONCE UPON ANOTHER TIME-ANOTHER PLACE and a Spanish film from 2000 with the title ONCE UPON A TIME.
THE BOOK OF MORMON
AN AMERICAN IN PARIS
THE LION KING
THE KING AND I
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