The Phantom of the Opera is certainly not an “Opera” at all. As a musical, it was adapted by Sir Andrew Lloyd Weber, which has been touring extensively since 1986 by and is one of the most successful musicals of all time.
Originally published by the French writer Gaston Leroux in 1909, this story has been adapted since it included a silent film and a Hollywood blockbuster. But none of the works can get as much success and popularity than the business as a musical.
The story tells of Christine, an up-and-coming opera singer who got a job at the Paris Opera. She began to hear a voice calling herself a musical angel. However, the sound is not the voice of an angel, but the cruel Erik of the ghost in the opera.
Erik has been disrupting the Opera's business for years, including claiming one of the boxes overlooking the stage.
In fact, Erik was not a ghost at all, but a man with a deformed scar was so terrible that he was forced to cover his face with a white mask.
Now, under the new management (nearly tolerant of ghost stories), the opera has performed the classic Faust, the classic "sell your soul" narrative, and when Erik does not act in the way of acting, he will be grand The chandelier was pushed directly to the stage at the end of the first act.
After the accident, Erik kidnapped Christine and showed her his true identity under the mask. She first saw her deformity. Christine finally agreed to marry Eric and, in conclusion, came back to bury him.
There is no real dress code for phantom of the opera clothing. However, the theater has an unofficial dress code. For modern pop music and rock concerts, the dress code is very casual. Shredded jeans, leather pants and a crop top are completely incompetent.
For drama and musicals, the phantom of the opera clothing has a modest dress code. You don’t have to wear crop tops, torn jeans or miniskirts. If you wear a graphic tee-shirt and jeans or shirts and pants, it is up to you.
The most memorable aspect of the musical is, of course, the iconic songs, costumes and dramatic stage effects that are most effectively translated into wearable and clothing.
You can find replicas of the stunning Christine wedding dresses, Gothic-style opera costumes, and mask-themed accessories:
Gothic Chandelier greeting card
This red and black Gothic-style greeting card will remind any phantom fan of the dramatic fall Chandelier. This red and black color scheme pays tribute to the dramatic expression of the opera.
Christine's Wedding Dress
Christine Ghost of the phantom of the Opera Dresses for wedding
This is an exquisite, personalized phantom of the opera clothing with a Victorian replica and a lace-up back. Made from satin, trim and lace, this magical dress can be made in any color, inspired by the character Christine in the Phantom of the Opera.
Opera velvet black and burgundy corset
This stunning black and burgundy velvet corset will set you apart from the opera. With a sparkling skirt and mask, it brings a mysterious charm.
Photographic print phantom mask
Phantom fans love hanging this photographic gothic print mask on the walls. This texture photo called "Crazy Talking" features a weird mask worn by a woman.
Leather oak leaf mask
This stunning leather oak leaf mask design pays homage to Phantom's mask. Your favorite musical will be unmistakable!
Victorian Monocle for Opera
This is a must-have for opera audiences. You need a cover to see the taste of the costume - of course, looks refined and elite!
The actual dress of the Phantom of the opera clothing is not as important as the mask, as it is a mask that makes Phantom recognizable. Phantom masks are easy to make using paper technology.
You can create your own phantom of the opera mask by following these steps:
What you need:
- Wallpaper paste
- Mixing bowl
- White craft paint
- Styrofoam wig form
- Sharp marker
- Fedora or top hat
- Opera House Cape
Place the wig on a flat open surface. Use markers to track the shape of the mask on the shaping surface of the wig. The most common shape of a phantom is a mask covering half a face or a mask covering the forehead, nose, and cheeks, but leaving a chin when speaking or singing.
Mix the wallpaper paste with water in a mixing bowl. Follow the instructions on the package.
Tear the newspaper into strips and paste them with wallpaper. Then use the mask map as a guide to applying them to the wig form. Allow the mask to dry before continuing.
Carefully peel off the mask from the wig form and trim the edges with scissors. The mask is then painted white using a process lacquer.
Punch holes at the edges of the mask and wrap the rope through these holes. Use this string to bind the mask to the face.
Choose a tuxedo or formal outfit, including a vest, white shirt, and black trousers. The exterior is a Victorian gentleman's opera evening gown.
Choose a fedora or a men's hat for the headwear. In some versions of the show, the phantom does not wear headgear. If you choose not to wear a headwear, fix your hair because the phantom is usually depicted this way.
Put on the opera shawl on your outfit. In almost every version of the "Phantom of the Opera", the phantom appears in an opera cloak, and he can pull himself to hide in the dark. The opera shawl also helps to hide the lack of detail in other costumes.
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