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Keywords Help. All or part of the Merchant's name or store name. The dress is a dream of tulle lined white silk taffeta. There are tulle swags on the bodice and flowing down the back bustle, which also has tails made of silver lame lined with ribbon. The overskirt is sewn with gold bullion and Swarovski crystals in a starry pattern. This outfit includes shoes so that milady won't have to go barefooted.
Richard Stilgoe and Lloyd Webber wrote the musical's book together. Stilgoe also provided additional lyrics. He was aiming for a romantic piece, and suggested Gaston Leroux 's book The Phantom of the Opera as a basis. They screened both the Lon Chaney and the Claude Rains motion picture versions, but neither saw any effective way to make the leap from film to stage. Later, in New York, Lloyd Webber found a second-hand copy of the original, long-out-of-print Leroux novel, which supplied the necessary inspiration to develop a musical: "I was actually writing something else at the time, and I realised that the reason I was hung up was because I was trying to write a major romantic story, and I had been trying to do that ever since I started my career. Then with the Phantom, it was there! Lloyd Webber first approached Jim Steinman to write the lyrics because of his "dark obsessive side", but he declined in order to fulfill his commitments on a Bonnie Tyler album.
Both the stage version and the movie version have costumes that are very similar and some that are very different. - Hi Anon.
Are these references intentional? Maybe, maybe not. This is your spoiler alert. Well… because why else do it right? Yes, the Sternenkleid is a really pretty dress but is it worth sacrificing continuity in such a major way?
Everything about it is breathtaking! The story—a heartrending tale of passion and unrequited love. The music—unforgettable! And the costumes. But first, let me explain why these costumes mean so much to me.