Love Never Dies 'continues to evolve'
Andrew Lloyd Webber fans who have seen Love Never Dies might want to book tickets to see the production again.
According to a show insider, the musical is still being tweaked and amended several months after it first opened.
The source told BroadwayWorld.com that the welcome section, for example, is "much bigger now" and contains lots of new orchestrations.
"It's a massive new dance number and more of an entrance for Meg [Giry]," he commented.
The insider noted that the staging of the prologue has also changed, as it is now "very reminiscent" of the graveyard scene in the original Phantom of the Opera show.
Love Never Dies has already won rave reviews since it opened at the Adelphi Theatre earlier this year.
Charles Spencer of the Telegraph gave the production a four-star rating and described it as Andrew Lloyd Webber's finest show since the original Phantom of the Opera.
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