Camelot Theatres to present two exclusive screenings of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s


The Phantom of the Opera and its long awaited hit sequel Love Never Dies

June 29, 2012, Palm Springs, CA Camelot Theatres, in association with SpectiCast and OmniVerse Vision, announced today that it plans to present two exclusive screenings of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s legendary classic The Phantom of the Opera as well as its long awaited hit sequel, Love Never Dies.

 The production of The Phantom of the Opera, which was filmed in the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London, is the 25th anniversary production of what has become Broadway’s longest-running show.  The production features over 200 cast members, orchestra musicians and luminaries involved with The Phantom of the Opera over the past 25 years.

Love Never Dies, based on the book by Ben Elton, is the hit sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, and follows the characters as they traverse 19th century New York City.  The fully-staged production of Love Never Dies was filmed at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne, Australia and features a lush 21-person orchestra.  With soaring musical scores and lavish costumes and sets, both productions will be a treat for the senses.

Screening Dates:

Phantom of the Opera 

July 10, 2012 at 2:00 PM and July 12, 2012 at 7:00 PM

Love Never Dies

July 24, 2012 at 2:00 PM and July 26, 2012 at 7:00 PM.

Ticket Information:

Camelot Theatres Box Office (11:30 AM to 8:00 PM, Daily)

Online at

General Admission $15.00, Senior Admission $12.00, Child Admission $12.00


Production Details: 

Phantom of the Opera

Directed by Laurence Connor From The Royal Albert Hall, London, UK


Ramin Karimloo – The Phantom

Sierra Boggess – Christine

Hadley Fraser – Raoul

Running time: 160 minutes (including one intermission)


Love Never Dies

Directed by Brett Sullivan and Simon Phillips From The Regent Theatre, Melbourne, Australia


Ben Lewis – The Phantom

Anna O’Byne Christine Daaé

Running time: 121 minutes

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