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CAST CHANGES IN "THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA" AS IT ENTERS ITS 15TH YEAR IN THE WEST END
There will be major cast changes in The Phantom of the Opera at Her Majesty's theatre from Monday 27th Nov.
Deborah Dutcher will take over the role of 'Christine', Michael Bauer the role of 'Monsier Firmin' and Janet Murphy 'Madame Giry'. Also joining the company are Alison Croft, Samantha Fawcett-Young, Anthony Gordon, Philip Griffith, Margaret Mary Kane, Alan Kensington, Tim Morgan, Jeremy Secombe, Mark Siney, and Ben Tyrell. Claire Louise Hammacott will continue playing the role of 'Christine' at certain performances.
Deborah Dutcher makes her West End debut playing the role of 'Christine'. She joins the West End production from the UK tour. She has also played 'Christine' in the German production of "The Phantom of the Opera", and she created the role of 'Cosette' in both the German and Flemish productions of "Les Miserables". Deborah has also recorded both original and cast albums in Flemish and German.
Scott Davies will continue to star in the role of 'The Phantom' and Matthew Cammelle in the role of ' Raoul', with Shan Cothi as 'Carlotta', Alan Vicary as 'Monsier Andre', Lee David Bowen as 'Piangi' and Hayley Driscoll as 'Meg'.