Andrew Lloyd Weber's long-awaited follow-up to The Phantom of the Opera comes to movie theaters across the country with this release of a performance captured live at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne, Australia. Ben Lewis and Anna O'Byrne star in a sequel that finds The Phantom fleeing from Paris to Coney Island, where his falls in with the local side show performers before attempting to entice Christine and her family across the Atlantic. An additional interview with Weber allows viewers a glimpse behind-the-scenes of this opulent production.~Jason Buchanan
The Making of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies
Maria MercedesMadame Giry
Simon GleesonRaoul/Viconte de Chagny
Andrew Lloyd WebberBook Author
Ben EltonBook Author
Frederick ForsythBook Author
Andrew Lloyd WebberComposer (Music Score)
Andrew Lloyd WebberExecutive Producer
Music DVDs,Documentary, Special Interests
Filmed Play [nf],Vocal Music [nf]
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies
Year of Release
Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel, stereo
English, French, Spanish
Universal Studios Home Ent.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies [DVD] 
Since I enjoyed Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera on Broadway and Sierra Boggess as Christine in the 25th anniversary of the Phantom. I had to buy Love Never Dies. It didn't disappoint.
I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Entertaining for Phantom & theater fans
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
This “sequel” can’t compare to the original Phantom of the Opera production, but the actors, set/stage designs, & music were well done overall. However, I am not a huge carnival/circus fan, so some scenes didn’t appeal to me as much as others. The story line & characters are a bit far-fetched when compared to the original Phantom ending (which can be a problem if viewed as a direct continuation). Therefore, it is better to treat this new production as an alternate fantasy or as a “what-if” scenario. I think that this production is worth checking out if you love the Phantom of the Opera and theater...just remember to treat Love Never Dies as a stand-alone piece, or you might be disappointed.