Christine Daae Defense League Phantoms of my Mind
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crisskisses:

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA HAS RUINED MY LIFE AND I LOVE IT



To all the Tumblr users who tend to use tags very liberally: 

thejadedkiwano:

Let’s play a game.

Type the following words into your tags box, then post the first automatic tag that comes up.

you, also, what, when, why, how, look, because, never


IF YOU’RE COOL WITH GETTING A KINDA AWKWARD ASK RIGHT THIS SECOND AND PLAN ON ANSWERING IT IN ALL HONESTY REBLOG THIS PLEASE.  


Yooo if anyone has 3 Musketiers de Musical with English subtitles I would love to trade for it :D


Anonyme said:  What? No your voice is gorgeous. You have a lovely tone and a very mature voice for your age. Your young and will have plenty of time to improve!

Thank you nonny <3 <3

I should start up lessons again, though. I haven’t had any since I moved, and that was over a year and a half ago.


fdelopera:

So The Phantom of the Opera animated film project just canceled their Kickstarter campaign…

fdelopera:

So The Phantom of the Opera animated film project just canceled their Kickstarter campaign…


People with names like Aloysius Gigl exist and that makes me very happy


Does anyone have any recommendations for good microphones? The one on my laptop is okay but… I’d like something with better quality.


thatshapeintheshadows:

Why Christine Daaé Is My Hero

Hi! Hello, I just wanted to talk about Christine, and how much I’ve come to adore her. She’s come to hold a very special place in my heart for infinite reasons, but I will refrain to talking about just three. First of all her kindness, her need to help little ballerinas even when the threat of her abuser constantly hovers over her, the compassion she shows to the Phantom, by loving him when no one else would, simply how much she tries and help everyone in the story. Be it Raoul, Madame Valerius, Erik, or anyone. Her strength is also something I am in awe of every single day, this girl has been poor all her life, worked for everything she has. Even when her father died, she didn’t allow grief to overcome her, even though she lost both her parents before she was even an adult. And when the Phantom comes in, manipulating her emotionally and scarring her for life, she does not give in. She is strong, level-headed, and compassionate no matter how much this man and the world have hurt her. And lastly, lastly, she survived. This is very important to me, you see, because we all go through many struggles in life where we don’t think we’re going to make it. Christine was faced with so much hardship and pain at such a young and tender age, I have no doubt the idea of giving up crossed her mind to time, that she often felt depressed. But in the end, this girl escapes her abuser, comes to accept her past, and, we all hope, has a bright future full of happiness. And in all the stories I’ve heard, all the characters I’ve loved, her’s is the one that gives me the most hope for myself and everyone around me.