Essay On The Phantom Of The Opera
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This classic role takes not only a classically trained voice but also the acting skills to become this girl and go on this journey of psychological and physical battles with the phantom. Knowing Marissa as a Terry Scholar and peer in other classes outside of the theatre and performance world I knew she was a hard working and sweet individual, but I had no idea of the talent for the stage that she has. Working with David Gaschen she definitely had a challenge but she dove into the role head first and the time and work that she spent preparing for the role was extremely evident and made for a wonderful well rounded performance.
I am so fortunate that I was able to experience Lubbock’s own little Broadway for however a short amount of time it was. I can now happily say that I have had my Phantom of the Opera experience and understand what the obsession with the phantom is and why that it is regarded as one of the if not the most well know, successful, and extraordinary piece of work that had been brought to the stage in the last