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Sierra Boggess/ Ramin Karimloo Phantom and Love Never Dies

Theatrefanboy1
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I was listening to Ramin's podcast with Sierra and they had mentioned about interest in doing Phantom and then doing Love Never Dies in cycle. I love the idea. I'm curious if that would ever happen. I am hoping that they will take the tour set to Broadway. I think it could really work well. But I wonder how realistic it is to have Ramin and Sierra back together in a Phantom.

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Jordan Catalano
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I might be taking crazy pills here but I swear I remember this discussion from a while ago where they said they’d want to do this on the West End.
Theatrefanboy1
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Yes, and then they just mentioned it again but for Broadway for a Love Never Dies run

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jacobsnchz14
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I remember hearing this episode and I would definitely be onboard to watch the shows in repertory. I bought the new cast recording of Love Never Dies (which is essentially the Australian filmed production's audio with the new US tour arrangement of "The Beauty Underneath"Sierra Boggess/ Ramin Karimloo Phantom and Love Never Dies and I wish there were a recording with Ramin/Sierra with the "final" version of the score. I often return to the original London recording for their performances, but not for that iteration of the material. haha.

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EDSOSLO858
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Oh do I wish Ramin and Sierra would take LND to B’way. They were also wonderful together in the 25th anniversary Phantom capture from Royal Albert Hall.

It would just be wild if it were to eventually book the Broadhurst. With Phantom next door, 44th Street could be nicknamed “Lloyd Webber’s Corner” for a time.
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Theatrefanboy1
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I remember when there was talk of that. Back when love never dies was supposed to open on broadway west end and asia all at once. I still hope it takes the broadhurst as well even for like a 18 month period. Like the miss Saigon revival.
Theatrefanboy1
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I remember when there was talk of that. Back when love never dies was supposed to open on broadway west end and asia all at once. I still hope it takes the broadhurst as well even for like a 18 month period. Like the miss Saigon revival.
Theatrefanboy1
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I remember when there was talk of that. Back when love never dies was supposed to open on broadway west end and asia all at once. I still hope it takes the broadhurst as well even for like a 18 month period. Like the miss Saigon revival.
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Lot666
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Jordan Levinson said: "It would just be wild if it were to eventually book the Broadhurst. With Phantom next door, 44th Street could be nicknamed “Lloyd Webber’s Corner” for a time."



I've been saying this for years. I'd love to have ALW pull that off, if only to flip off all the critics and haters.

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