The Phantom of the Opera Test

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10 Questions - Developed by: Gemma Forshaw - Developed on: - 8.476 taken

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  • 1
    No more talk of darkness, forgot these wide eyed fears...... What two people sing this song?
    The Phantom and Christine
    Meg and the Phantom
    Christine and Raoul
    Meg and Christine
  • 2
    The musical, The Phantom of the Opera is written by:
    The Phantom
    Andrew Lloyd Webber
    Michael Crawford
    Elton John
  • 3
    The play's opening scene takes place at:
    A rainy street
    The White House
    The opera house stage
    An auction house
  • 4
    Raoul's disbelief at Christine's changes as a mature woman was exclaimed in which musical piece?
    Little Lotte
    Think of me
    I remember...
    Angel of Music
  • 5
    Who told Christine about the Angel of Music?
    Her father
    Ubaldo Piangi
    Madame Giry
  • 6
    The phantom threatened that if his demands are not met:
    "Monsieur Firmin will pay!"
    "A disaster beyond your imagination will occur!"
    "Christine shall never see the light of day!"
    "I will bring the roof down upon your very heads!"
  • 7
    Finish the lyric: Passing bells and sculpted angels cold and monumental seem for you the wrong companions you...
    rolled like a bag of lentil
    were warm and gentle
    protected the weak from scandal
    kept the darkness back like a candle
  • 8
    The phantom communicated to the people in the opera by what method?
    He told Christine to pass on his messages
    He gave Madame Giry his secrets
    He left them all little notes
    He had a post box to them that he sent letters to
  • 9
    The Phantom signed his letters with what signature?
    Angel of Music
    The Phantom
    O. G.
    The Demon of the Darkness
  • 10
    Who is the nicest looking in the phantom of the opera?
    The Phantom

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