Love Never Dies Broadway

"LOVE NEVER DIES" continues the story of ‘The Phantom', who has moved from his lair in the Paris Opera House to haunt the fairgrounds of Coney Island, far across the Atlantic. Set 10 years after the mysterious disappearance of 'The Phantom' from Paris, this show is a rollercoaster ride of obsession and intrigue...in which music and memory can play cruel tricks...and ‘The Phantom' sets out to prove that, indeed, "LOVE NEVER DIES."

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by BWW News Desk - September 14, 2011
The continuation of Broadway's longest-running musical The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies, which is currently playing at Melbourne's Regent Theatre, is being filmed this week, and accordingto the show's Facebook page, will be available on DVD in February 2012.
by BroadwayWorld TV - March 15, 2011
Last week saw the new members of the Love Never Dies cast take to the stage at the Adelphi Theatre… and in this exclusive video clip, here they all are to introduce themselves and say hello!
by BWW News Desk - January 25, 2011
The continuation of Broadway's longest-running musical The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies will open in May 2011 at the Regent Theatre. It's now been announced that The Phantom and Christine will be revealed in Melbourne next week, in a special announcement that will also feature the pair singing two songs from the show ('Til I Hear You Sing and Love Never Dies) along with a full orchestra. Nearly 900 entertainers are said to have had auditioned for the parts.
by BWW News Desk - January 19, 2011
The continuation of Broadway's longest-running musical The Phantom of the Opera, Love Never Dies will open in May 2011 at the Regent Theatre in London. The Australian production will not be a carbon copy of the London production, and instead will have new design and a new director. Simon Phillips (Priscilla Queen of the Desert) will direct, with Gabriela Tylesova behind the design. Guy Simpson, who worked with the Australian production of Phantom, will serve as music supervisor, and Graeme Murphy will choreograph.
by BWW News Desk - October 12, 2010
Reps for LOVE NEVER DIES have confirmed to the New York Times this morning that indeed the production will not open on Broadway as planned in the Spring of 2011. Adrian Bryan-Brown of the Boneau Bryan Brown agency wrote in an e-mail to the Times: '‘Love Never Dies' will not be opening on Broadway this Spring...Further news about the show will be announced shortly.'
by BWW News Desk - October 7, 2010
Reps for LOVE NEVER DIES have confirmed to the New York Times this morning that indeed the production will not open on Broadway as planned in the Spring of 2011. Adrian Bryan-Brown of the Boneau Bryan Brown agency wrote in an e-mail to the Times: '‘Love Never Dies' will not be opening on Broadway this Spring...Further news about the show will be announced shortly.'
by BWW News Desk - October 1, 2010
Reps for LOVE NEVER DIES have confirmed to the New York Times this morning that indeed the production will not open on Broadway as planned in the Spring of 2011. Adrian Bryan-Brown of the Boneau Bryan Brown agency wrote in an e-mail to the Times: '‘Love Never Dies' will not be opening on Broadway this Spring...Further news about the show will be announced shortly.'
by BWW - September 11, 2010
Interviewed this week on Michael Ball's UK television show, Andrew Lloyd Webber himself has confirmed that LOVE NEVER DIES will next be hitting Australia and Toronto (which he said will be the pre-Broadway production) with different teams in place in each city. No specific dates, timelines or names for casting or creative have been revealed.
by BWW News Desk - August 31, 2010
According to the New York Times, Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Love Never Dies' might not be making an apearance in Broadway's Spring 2011 season after all. Though a spokesperson for the Phantom sequel claims that the show is still set to play at the Neil Simon Theatre with a date to be announced for the Spring, the paper reports that director Jack O'Brian and choreographer Jerry Mitchell have left the production to focus on 'Catch Me if You Can'.
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - May 20, 2010
In the third, and final, instalment of our dressing room interview with Summer - who plays Meg Giry - she tells us where her future plans lie, who her career role model is and talks of the pressures of coming from a show biz family…
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - May 17, 2010
In the second part of our video interview with Summer Strallen, who plays Meg in the show, she tells us how the keeps the role fresh - and how she winds down after a show, especially one as emotional as Love Never Dies…
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 16, 2010
LOVE NEVER DIES star Sierra Boggess sang 'Love Never Dies' from the sequel to THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA on the BBC's Over The Rainbow Reality TV show on May 16, 2010.
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - April 30, 2010
In the first of a two-part interview with Jo Miles - who, as Stage Manager for Love Never Dies, knows everything there is to know about the show - she talked us through what an 'average' day is like onstage and which actor she'd most like to see in a musical…
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - April 29, 2010
In the first of a two-part interview with Jo Miles - who, as Stage Manager for Love Never Dies, knows everything there is to know about the show - she talked us through what an 'average' day is like onstage and which actor she'd most like to see in a musical…
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - April 21, 2010
In our latest blog, we head back to Ramin's dressing room to catch up on how he feels about the character of the Phantom, his pet peeves, and how he keeps the role fresh.
by LOVE NEVER DIES Blog - April 19, 2010
Here our bloggers Adam Pearce (Squelch) and Niamh Perry (Fleck) tell us what's been going on in the past few weeks, and introduce their very special upcoming video blog feature…
by BWW News Desk - April 7, 2010
The New York Times reports that the anticipated Broadway productions of LOVE NEVER DIES or CATCH ME IF YOU CAN may possibly find themselves with a new director/choreographer team shortly. Director/choreographer duo Jack O'Brien and Jerry Mitchell are attached to both projects, but now that LOVE NEVER DIES has announced a delayed Broadway opening to the Spring of 2011 - the same time CATCH ME IF YOU CAN is slated to premiere - it is questionable as to whether the pair can realistically take on both anymore.
by BWW News Desk - April 6, 2010
The New York Times has confirmed that LOVE NEVER DIES will now aim for a spring opening on Broadway due to Andrew Lloyd Webber's health problems. LOVE NEVER DIES was scheduled to open on Broadway on November 11, 2010. Reportedly, Webber is experiencing 'post-operative problems' from his recent treatment for prostate cancer, a rep for the production told the New York Times today. As BroadwayWorld previously reported, speculation of a delay began weeks ago following the tally of mixed reviews for the production, which opened at the Adelphi Theatre in the West End on March 9.
by Rialto Chatter - April 2, 2010
Word is coming out this morning that the LOVE NEVER DIES opening on Broadway, which was scheduled for November 11, 2010 might be pushed into January/February or even to Spring in New York.
by BWW News Desk - March 21, 2010
LOVE NEVER DIES opened 9 March in London at the Adelphi Theatre and here's some new 'front of house' photos that just went up at the Adelphi from BWW's James Sims who's in London this week!