Paris, Late 19th century. Gifted with musical genius and cursed with a monstrous face, Erik lives in hiding deep in the catacombs beneath the Paris Opera House. When he hears Christine Daaé's angelic voice, he is determined to make her the new diva. Carlotta, the opera house's resident diva, is overcome with jealousy and devises a plan to ruin Christine's debut performance. Erik is enraged and takes his revenge upon her, setting in motion a series of events that leads to the revelation of his past and his tragic demise. Featuring K-Pop sensation Super Junior’s Kyuhyun, world renowned soprano Sunhae Im and world class ballerina Joowon Kim, this lavish Korean production of Maury Yeston and Arthur Kopit’s, “Phantom”, is an eye-dazzling and ear-pleasing take on Gaston Leroux’s 1910 novel “The Phantom of the Opera''.
Captured on film by WYS EN SCÈNE from the Charlotte Theater (South Korea)
Presented in Korean w/ English subtitles.
Running time: 2hr 57m
KyuHyun - Super Junior (SuJu)
Super Junior is Asia's No.1 multi-entertainment idol group whose members remain active across multiple genres — music, film, television, fashion, and musicals.
As one of SUJU’s main vocalists, Kyuhyun has had an explosive career across all genres with passionate fandoms that support his work from all around the world.
SunHae IM - Soprano
World-renowned soprano who has received rave reviews from globally recognized conductors such as René Jacobs, Manfred Honeck, Fabio Biondi, Philippe Herreweghe.
Primarily based in Europe.
JooWon KIM - Ballerina
The first Korean ballerina to be awarded the Prix Benois de la Danse in 2006 for her performance as Medora in Le Corsaire.
She retired as the prima ballerina of the Korean National Ballet in 2012 and has since begun a prolific career as a solo artist.
Dramatization & Direction by Robert Johanson
Music & Lyrics by Maury Yeston
Book by Arthur Kopit
Based on the novel by Gaston Leroux
Film Directed by Jaeseok Park
Film Produced by Kanghyun Lee
Presented by EMK Musical Company in association with WYS EN SCÈNE
Robert Johanson is an acclaimed musical director whose career spans across three continents. Since his foray into Asia, he has worked closely with EMK Musical Company for over 10 years on blockbuster musicals such as “Monte Cristo,” “Rebecca,” “Marie Antoinette,” “Phantom,” and “The Man Who Laughs.”
Upcoming Cinema Screenings
Chicago, IL – Wilmette Theatre – May 22 at 2 PM BUY TICKETS
Larkspur, CA – The Lark Theatre – June 30 at 7 PM & July 2 at1PM TICKETS SOON
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