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Earl Carpenter est un Acteur Britannique né le 9 mai 1970

Earl Carpenter

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Nationalité Royaume-uni
Naissance 9 mai 1970 (51 ans)

Earl Carpenter (born 9 May 1970) is an English musical theatre actor, recognised chiefly for his work in London's West End. He is known for his performances as Javert in the stage musical Les Misérables and as the Phantom in the London production of The Phantom of the Opera. He recently starred played the Phantom in the 25th Anniversary UK Tour, replacing John Owen-Jones, who left the tour in September. He made his return to Broadway in May of 2015, reprising his role of Inspector Javert.

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The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, 2h40
Origine Royaume-uni
Genres Drame, Horreur, Musical, Romance
Thèmes La musique, Musique, Adaptation d'une pièce de théâtre, Adaptation d'une comédie musicale
Acteurs Ramin Karimloo, Sierra Boggess, Hadley Fraser, Wynne Evans, Earl Carpenter, Garðar Thór Cortes
Rôle Auctioneer
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Prologue At the fictional Opera Populaire (based on the Paris Opéra House) in 1905, an auction of old theatre props is underway. Lot 665, purchased by the elderly Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny, is a music box in the shape of a monkey; it is familiar to him, and he speaks of a mysterious "she" - that the details of the strange little music box appear "exactly as she said." Lot 666 is a shattered chandelier that is claimed by the auctioneer to have been related to "the strange affair of the Phantom of the Opera, a mystery never fully explained," having appeared in some great disaster in years past. As the chandelier - which has been replaced, in part, with new electric wiring - is uncovered, it illuminates as the years roll back and the Opéra returns to its 1880s' grandeur ("Overture").