Phantom of the Opera Presented by Anelena, Margaret and Kristen Presented by: Anelena, Margaret and Kristen
CULTURAL INTRODUCTION EDUCATIONAL ECONOMICAL CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION This field trip has been selected to expand knowledge, understanding and appreciation of the art form. The trip will give the students many important points about the “Phantom of the Opera” that not everybody knows about and that are considered like the most important characteristics of the play
The Pantages Theatre Paradox of lighting design CULTURAL
THE PANTAGES THEATRE * Transformations * North America’s finest theatres
Original Production Paradox of Shadows lighting design
The Educational Experience • A Learning Experience • Phantastic Facts • Many responsibilities of people in the theater.
The Phantastic Facts • The chandelier weighs 545.5kg (1200 lbs..) • It has 56 light bulbs and a total voltage of 1850 watts 12 volts • 230 costumes. 150 pairs of shoes. 70 wigs
The many responsibilities of people in the theater • 5 costume design • 39 people acting • Backstage crew consists of 39 people.
Tickets and Meals • Transportation • Schedule ECONOMICAL Pantages Theatre
Matinee Price: $37 • Restaurant : $8.00 Tickets & Meals
Bus Fee: $416.00 Before 9am and After 2pm: $60.00 1/2 Travel time to & From: $13.00 Total Mile Cost: $440.00 (734 miles times $0.60 a mile) Total: $929.00 TRANSPORTATION
Leave CHS at 7am • Eat Lunch 12:30pm • Phantom of the Opera 2-5pm • Dinner • Return to CHS 11pm SCHEDULE
Conclusion Now in the tenth record breaking year at the Historic Pantages Theatre in downtown Toronto, the original Canadian production “of the Phantom of the Opera” continues to enchant audiences as Canada’s longest running musical. The Story’s compelling blend of romance and horror is brought to stunning life by Lloyd Webber’s sweeping melodies and dramatic score.
Bibliography • Mc Kemy Mary, “Pantages theatre” -Toronto [Online] Available http://phantom.skywalk.com/toronto/toronto.htmlOctober 22,1998 Briefly describes the transformations that the Pantages Theatre has had. • Mc Kemy Mary, The Phantom in Toronto [Online] Avalible http://phantom.skywalk.com/locations/canada/html October 23, 1998 Information on the live Broadway showing of the Phantom in Canada.
No author. Livent Phantom Web Ed. [On line] Available • http://www.livent.com/pha/pha_web.html, October 19, 1998 • Description of the cultural, educational and musical experience that the • "Phantom of the Opera" offers. It refers the music as the basis of the play. • No author. "Theater 'Treat!" Clarkston Eccentric • October 23, 1998: 1 page • Briefly list of the most important points of the play, such as tickets prices, • tickets discounts, free calls to the theatre, packages and hotels to stay in. • No author. Theatre Review for Phantom of the Opera. [On line] Available • http://www.reallyuseful.com/news/Phantom/Pr/html, October 22, 1998 • It tells how people and students really enjoy the play and how it has affected • the lives of many people.
No author. The Phantom of the OPERA. [On line] Available • http://www.800tixx.com/ruwt_phantom.html, October 22, 1998 • It tells how many people have gone because of the Educational experience that • they can learn of the play.