Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies

Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies

Director: Brett Sullivan, Simon Phillips Cast: Benjamin Lewis, Anna O'Byrne

DVD (Wide Screen / Slip Sleeve / Subtitled)

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Andrew Lloyd Weber's long-awaited follow-up to The Phantom of the Opera comes to movie theaters across the country with this release of a performance captured live at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne, Australia. Ben Lewis and Anna O'Byrne star in a sequel that finds The Phantom fleeing from Paris to Coney Island, where his falls in with the local side show performers before attempting to entice Christine and her family across the Atlantic. An additional interview with Weber allows viewers a glimpse behind-the-scenes of this opulent production.

Product Details

Release Date: 05/29/2012
UPC: 0025192130489
Original Release: 2011
Rating: NR
Source: Universal Studios
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 2:01:00
Sales rank: 5,789

Special Features

Top 10 Fascinating Facts About Andrew Lloyd Webber & His Musicals

  • From the age of 3, Andrew developed a passion for music learning to play piano, violin and French horn
  • Andrew composed his first piece at 9 years of age titled The Toy Theatre Suite
  • His mother Jean was a violinist and pianist, while his father William was a composer. Musical genes definitely run in the family - and his younger brother Julian is a renowned cellist.
  • His show Cats (1981), based on poems by T. S. Eliot, was the longest-running production in Broadway history until The Phantom of the Opera set a new record in 2006
  • In 2000 he purchased 10 London theatres and variety halls, which, when added to the three he already owned, made him the dominant owner in the world's largest theatrical district
  • In 1991, Andrew became the first and only composer to have six productions running in the West End at the same time
  • Andrew wrote his first stage musical in 1961. It was called Cinderella Up the Beanstalk and Most Everywhere Else
  • Andrew Lloyd Webber was the first composer, in 1983, to have three musicals play simultaneously on Broadway and London’s West End-a feat he duplicated in 1988
  • Andrew's musicals have earned him a number of honours, including a knighthood, peerage, 7 Tony Awards, 3 Grammy Awards, an Academy Award, 14 Ivor Novello Awards, 7 Olivier Awards, a Golden Globe Award, and the Kennedy Centre Honors
  • Lloyd Webber’s successful collaborations with the lyricist Tim Rice began while he was still a teenager the first of which was The Likes of Us. Although composed in 1965 it was not publicly performed until 2005

  • Cast & Crew

    Performance Credits
    Benjamin Lewis The Phantom
    Anna O'Byrne Christine Daaé
    Maria Mercedes Madame Giry
    Simon Gleeson Raoul/Viconte de Chagny
    Sharon Millerchip Meg Giry

    Technical Credits
    Brett Sullivan Director,Producer
    Simon Phillips Director
    Clayton Jacobsen Producer
    Graeme Murphy Choreography
    Helen Parker Executive Producer
    Guy Simpson Musical Direction/Supervision
    Glenn Slater Songwriter
    Gabriela Tylesova Costumes/Costume Designer,Set Decoration/Design
    Andrew Lloyd Webber Score Composer,Executive Producer

    Scene Index

    Disc #1 -- Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies
    1. 'Til I Hear You Sing [6:26]
    2. Goney Island Waltz [4:29]
    3. Only For You [7:59]
    4. Christine Disembarks [2:03]
    5. Arrival Of The Trio [1:58]
    6. What A Dreadful Town [2:58]
    7. Look With Your Heart [3:37]
    8. Beneath A Moonless Sky [6:56]
    9. Once Upon Another Time [4:06]
    10. Mother Please I'm Scared [4:54]
    11. Dear Old Friend [6:16]
    12. Beautiful [2:51]
    13. The Beauty Underneath [4:34]
    14. The Phantom Confronts Christine [7:48]
    15. Why Does She Love Me? [6:09]
    16. Devil Take The Hindmost [3:18]
    17. Invitation To The Concert [:39]
    18. Bathing Beauty [3:38]
    19. Mother Did You Watch? [1:24]
    20. Before The Performance [8:02]
    21. Devil Take The Hindmost (Quartet) [2:37]
    22. Love Never Dies [5:54]
    23. Ah, Christine! [4:04]
    24. Gustave, Gustave [:45]
    25. Please, Miss Giry [14:15]
    26. Credits [3:02]

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    Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
    RickyM0 More than 1 year ago
    I think the music of Love Never Dies. The set is great and. while the story might not be as strong as Phantom of the Opera, it still holds its own.
    Anonymous More than 1 year ago
    As a firm and dedicated phan to The Phantom of the Opera, I was at first skeptical about the release to a sequel but obviously ALW has outdone himself again with another great musical. Ignore the very first reviews about the London production since he has revamped it since. These actors on the DVD are from the successful Australian Production and have truly brought back to life a legend that thought it could not be outdone. For those who can't get enough of Phantom, this is for you. If you're a true die hard phan and think the sequel shouldn't of been created, you are sadly missing out.
    jemangels More than 1 year ago
    This does start out slow and I wondered how much I would like it, but I had the beginning of tears in my eyes at the end. It has some of the music from the original sometimes with new lyrics, but much new music. The original doesn't always make sense to me and leaves me with questions. The ending of this makes much sense and ties together the beginning of the original with the auction and the ending of this new story. I'll need to rewatch both versions that I have of the original and then this one. The only thing that I wish - that they would have included a brochure/booklet about the DVD and production.
    1qazcomcast More than 1 year ago
    I saw this on PBS and I tremendously enjoyed it. My hat's off to Andrew Lloyd Weber for his brilliant and compassionate writing and music performance.
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    SusanVT More than 1 year ago
    I loved the music and the story line! The ending did not thrill me however but I suppose you can not expect a musical to go on and on. When Kiri te Kanawa sang "The Heart is Slow to Learn" at Andrew's birthday celebration I knew there was another musical in the making or at least in the thought stages. Andrew changed the lyrics for the musical but the original lyrics I think best suit Andrew's and Sarah Brightman's relationship and Kiri te Kanawa's relationship with Des. I love the song no mater what words are sung and the other music is brillant as is Andrew Lloyd Weber. Take care of yourself Andrew, I don't want to lose you ever!!!
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