THE MOST SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL IN HISTORY

Let yourself be seduced by the musical that has taken the world by storm for decades.
Intrigue, passion and incredible melodies through a passionate romance full of mystery. This season falls under the influence of the darkest love story hidden under a mask.             
Immerse yourself in a spiral of obsession through The Phantom of the Opera and discover a passionate story of love, death and disaster between a musical genius who lives hiding from the world in the bowels of a theater and Christine, a young woman with a heavenly voice who will soon discover the terror hidden beneath her mask, will she resist the ghost's spell, or will she be dragged into his world of darkness and madness?             

Arrives in Madrid The Phantom of the Opera, the musical that has already captivated generations of viewers around the world, and will you be next?

 

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SCHEDULE

Tuesday, Wednesday y Thursday - 20:00 

Friday - 17:30 and 21:30

Saturday - 17:00 and 21:00

Sunday - 18:00

During some moments of the show, smoke machines are used and the lights create a strobe effect. Exposure to certain flashes or intermittent lighting can cause epileptic seizures or fainting in photosensitive people. 


 

Cast

Creative Team

The cast may be modified without prior notice.  *exclusive first season Madrid

GERÓNIMO RAUCH
GHOST
GERÓNIMO RAUCH
GHOST

In 2000 he began his career in musicals with Les Misérables in Argentina, which was followed by other well-known titles such as Grease.

In Spain he became known as Jesus in Jesuscristo Superstar, which was followed by such emblematic titles as Chicago, Les Miserables (Jean Valjean), Sunset Boulevard (Joe Gillis), El Médico (Rob Jeremy Cole), La Llamada (GOD) and recently as Robert Kinkaid in Los puentes de Madison. In London's West End he has had the luxury of playing Jean Valjean in Les Miserables and the Phantom in The Phamtom of the Opera. He also has an extensive career in the recording world, both with his group Mambru and in Solitario, which have taken him to tour Spain and Latin America. In 2019, his album “Porque yo te amo” won the Gardel award for Best Melodic-Romantic Album. In Spain he has been awarded the Broadway World Award for Best Leading Actor for his roles in Les Miserables and El Médico. In 2023 he will present “This is me” his new show in Argentina and Spain and plans to record his third solo album.

“I am very happy to be able to play The Phantom again, put on the mask and sing to The Music in the Dark”

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TALÍA DEL VAL
CHRISTINE DAAÉ
TALÍA DEL VAL
CHRISTINE DAAÉ

Here is a woman from Madrid who began her training in acting, singing and dance as a child; at the same time she worked in the audiovisual field. It was at the age of 16 when she started her theatrical career. Since then you may have seen her playing Bella en La Bella y la Bestia, Cosette in Les Misérables over three seasons, Maria in the latest production of West Side Story, Mary in El Médico, Irene Adler in Sherlock Holmes during the pandemic. Among many other musicals. Without going any further, at the Teatro de la Zarzuela in Madrid she was Shirley Vernon for the American production of Lady, be good!; and Antonelli in El duo de la Africana, assigned to the Proyecto Zarza.

As a soprano soloist she has sung in countless concerts, with a repertoire that spans from Gershwin, Sondheim, Webber, Menken, to Radiohead. Creation and training it is a constant in her life. That is why she has composed a musical: Fugitives; and so today she combines the stage with her stage direction career at Resad.

She wants you to enjoy each performance, which will be done with so much enthusiasm and love.

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GUIDO BALZARETTI
RAOUL DE CHAGNY
GUIDO BALZARETTI
RAOUL DE CHAGNY

Born in Buenos Aires, he made his professional debut in theater at the age of 16. He works in youth TV series, and is part of the Argentine version of “Spring Awakening” and “Sweeney Todd”. In 2010 he arrived in Spain to play Marius from “Les Miserables” after being chosen in London by Cameron Mackintosh himself and was awarded Best New Actor for that role.

She continues her career in Spain starring in productions such as “Casi Normales”, “West Side Story”, “La Viuda Alegre” (directed by Emilio Sagi), “El Despertar de la Primavera” (her first title in Catalan) and, the last season is “El Médico” from Noah Gordon's acclaimed novel. He shares the stage with Broadway stars such as Alice Ripley, Jennifer Damiano and Josefina Scaglione. On TV he participates in the third season of “El Ministerio del Tiempo”; In film he plays Pablo Hall in “Un Dios Prohibido”, collaborating in addition to being an actor, in the main theme of the soundtrack. During his time in Argentina he is part of the film “Axiomas”, as well as “El Violinista en el Tejado”, the first Spanish version of “Waitress” and the latest great Broadway success “Dear Evan Hansen” where in addition to playing Connor Murphy, he signs the adaptation.

Guido develops, as producer and partner of DC GLOBAL, the first musical in immersive format “Next to Normal Immersive” within the framework of the Grec festival in Barcelona.
Playing Raoul in this new version of “The Phantom of the Opera” affirms him as one of the most outstanding performers of his generation.

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MANU PILAS
GHOST ALTERNATE
MANU PILAS
GHOST ALTERNATE

Manu Pilas is a Spanish multidisciplinary singer known for having provided voice for the latest version of the Italian popular song 'Bella Ciao' in the series 'La casa de papel'.

Musical productions such as 'Les Miserables', dubbing for Disney's 'Simba' in the remake of THE LION KING or collaborations with Melendi, Alejandro Sanz, Kanka or Rozalén are some of the projects worth highlighting in his work.

He is currently a member of the a cappella group Primital Brothers, a group that combines a cappella music with comedy, which has toured different continents and has been awarded prizes such as the Audience Award for Best Musical Work at the Avignon OFF Festival.

Manu Pilas is currently embarking on his career as a recording artist with 'In the Name of the Father', an album created with his father that allows us to get to know him in all of his records.

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JUDITH TOBELLA
CHRISTINE DAAÉ ALTERNATE
JUDITH TOBELLA
CHRISTINE DAAÉ ALTERNATE

Judith Tobella is a Barcelona singer-actress born in 1991.
She began her artistic education at the age of 12, training in musical language and violin.
After completing her secondary studies, she studied dramatic art at the Escola Superior d'Art Dramàtic Eòlia, and simultaneously completed the Higher Degree in Filmmaking and Production of Audiovisuals and Shows at ITES CIAPE.
She began her artistic career by participating in regional Catalan musical theater productions such as Josafat, Fang i Setge or L'Esbudellador de Whitechap. In 2014 she joins the Spanish national tour of Les Miserables as the first cover of Cosette and second cover of Éponine. She later continued with other titles such as Don Juan Tenorio or El Médico.
In recent years she has participated in symphonic productions such as Disney in Concert,
Maestro Flaix or Les millors BSO from Disney.

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MARTA PINEDA
CARLOTTA
MARTA PINEDA
CARLOTTA

Dramatic soprano and actress born in Madrid. She began in the world of theater in modest companies where she learned different body and acting techniques. She will give life to characters such as The Mother Abbess of the Calatravas of Seville in the production "Don Juan en Alcalá" by A. Guirao, Cesonia in "Caligula", María in "El Malentendido" or Mrs. Rowland in "Antes del desayuno" .

Her love for theater and music will discover another interpretive world: lyrical theater.
The symbiosis between her two passions will culminate in her graduating in Singing from the ESCM and continuing her studies to this day with the prestigious teacher Dale Fundling. She is a soloist in different Spanish Zarzuela and Opera companies, performing characters such as La Antonelli, Ascensión, La Roldán, Santuzza, Aída or Tosca, among others.

She has been awarded in various singing competitions, including the II Concorso di Canto Lirico SOI and the recent II Concurso de Canto Lírico de Alcalá de Henares.

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FRANCISCO ORTIZ
PIANGI
FRANCISCO ORTIZ
PIANGI

He begins his flute studies in Marbella. He sings lyrically at the Manuel Carra Conservatory, Málaga. She perfects her lyrical vocal technique with several teachers: Francisco Heredia, Coral Morales and Clara Migliari.

She moves to Madrid where she trains in acting and dance. She continues her training in musical style and interpretation with Gerónimo Rauch, Mamen Márquez, Josá Masegosa and Felipe Forastiere. She expands her repertoire with Arturo Diez Boscovich, Cesar Belda and Borja Arias. She has worked on major opera productions: “La Flauta Mágica”, “Carmen”, “Don Giovanni”, “Traviata”. He has also performed zarzuelas such as “Doña Francisquita” El Lañador, “Luisa Fernanda” El Saboyano, “Katiuska” Campesino, “Los Gavilanes” Mozo, “La verbena de la Paloma”, “Un patio del Albaicín” and multiple titles throughout the Spanish geography. His latest works are: “Jekyll&Hide” Bishop Basingstoke, “Annie” Roosevelt, “The Magic of Broadway” soloist, “Peter Pan the Musical” Captain Hook, “Robin Hood” Robin, “The Wizard of Oz” Cowardly Leon.

He combines his role as a performer with that of pedagogy, giving singing classes in Malaga.

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ENRIQUE R. DEL PORTAL
MONSIEUR ANDRE
ENRIQUE R. DEL PORTAL
MONSIEUR ANDRE

He has studied at the Madrid Conservatory, at the Higher School of Singing and at the Complutense University. She has performed more than one hundred titles, including musicals, zarzuelas, operas and operettas.

Highlights include "La del Manojo de Rosas", "Les Miserables" (1992 and 2010), "Doña Francisquita", "Oliver!", "The Phantom of the Opera", "La Bella y la Bestia", "The Tabernera del Puerto", "El Caserío", "La Bruja", "La Traviata", "Madama Butterfly", "Fantochines", "Estamos en el Aire", "El Conde de Luxemburgo", "La Viuda Alegre", "La Gran Duquesa de Gerolstein", "The Town of Greed", "Ascenso y Caída de la Ciudad de Mahagonny", "La Ópera de Tres Peniques", "Cabaret", "West Side Story", "¿Quién mató a Sherlock Holmes?", "Romeo y Julieta", "Peter Pan", and very recently "Los Chicos del Coro".

Appears in series such as "Si lo hubiera Sabido", "Heridas", "Stories from Norway", "Amar es para siempre", "Cambio de Sentido", "La que se cerca", "Cuéntame", "Centro Médico", "Servir y Proteger", "El Pueblo", the web series "Haciendo Cerveza" and the documentary "El dulce sabor del Éxito". He has several nominations and the 2011 BroadwayWorld Award for Best Supporting Actor for Thenardier in "Les Miserables."

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OMAR CALICCHIO
MONSIEUR FIRMIN
OMAR CALICCHIO
MONSIEUR FIRMIN

Argentine actor, director and presenter.

He began his career in 1984, he is one of the most important figures of musical theater in Argentina and since 2020 he has resided in Spain.

He has worked with prestigious directors and producers in both theater and television.
Some titles in theater: “Kinky boots”, “El violinista en el tejado”, “Entretelones”, “El cabaret de los hombres perdidos”, “Forever Young”, “El rey se muere”, “El joven Frankenstein”, “Víctor Victoria”, “El hombre de La Mancha”, “Sorpresas”, “La zapatera prodigiosa”, “Drácula”, “Jesucristo Superstar” among many. On television he has worked as a presenter and actor for Argentina and Brazil.

He has received 25 nominations for different awards. He has won 1 Ace Award, 3 Hugo Awards, 1 Florencio Sánchez Award, 1 Trinidad Guevara Award, 2 Atina Awards, 1 Clarín Award and 2 Konex Diploma Award for merit as one of the best artists of the decades 2000-2010 and 2010- 2020.

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SILVIA LUCHETTI
MADAME GIRY
SILVIA LUCHETTI
MADAME GIRY

Actress, singer and dancer. Silvia is one of the most important figures on the musical theater scene in Spain and Argentina. Beginning to work professionally as a dancer at the age of fifteen, she later found a passion for text theater and opera through her mother, the soprano, Edith Scandro.

Lately we saw her as: “Susan” in “Company” alongside Antonio Banderas. “La Condesa Lily” in “Anastasia” Dir: Darko Tresnjiak; “Diana Goodman” in “Casi Normales” Dir: Luis Romero “Valencienne” in “The Merry Widow” Dir: Emilio Sagi “Maria” in “Sonrisas y Lagrimas”; Dir: Jaime Azpilicuelta “Les Miserables”, “Babette” in “Bella y Bestia” “Jenny” in Mahagonny” Dir Mario Gas, “Catalina” in “Black el payaso” Dir: Ignacio Garcia, “Eva Perón” in “Evita” , “Clementina” in “El Diluvio que viene”, “Christine” “The Phantom of the Opera”. In Argentina: “Cosette” in “Les Miserables” “Stephanie” in “Saturday Night Fever”. With Sergio Fulqueris tr io has his own shows. “ENTRE DOS MARES” with his own songs and “ CONTRATANGO” addressing Buenos Aires music.

As a dancer she has joined the “Ballet de Julio Bocca”. Dir. Lidia Segni; the “Ballet neoclásico de Buenos Aires” by Guido de Benedetti; “The ballet of Ricardo Rivas”; Addressing classical repertoire. As a vocal coach she teaches numerous musical theater workshops throughout Spain.

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LAURA MARTÍN
MEG GIRY
LAURA MARTÍN
MEG GIRY

He was born in Andorra, where, at the age of 7, he began his training in music and piano. He has been part of different choirs, notably: Els Petits Cantors d' Andorra, with which he made various tours and sang at the Council of Europe.

At 16 she obtained the title of Estill Voice Craft with Helen Rowson, and at 17 she began her training in Musical Theater in Aules, Barcelona. In 2020 she moves to London to continue her studies at Mountview and ICMT. She has trained vocally with different teachers, notably: Celinde Schoenmaker, Barry Potts, José Masegosa and María José Santos. Mónica Portillo has been her acting coach since 2019, and she takes acting classes on camera with Manuel de Andrés.

She has participated in the fictional documentary about Christopher Columbus “STORYTRAINING” in addition to presenting the “Lendemá” awards. She has been a soloist at the General Council of Andorra, for Constitution Day, and at the Palau de la Música in Barcelona in several concerts.

She is very grateful to be a part of this production and to be able to play Meg in the Phantom of the Opera.

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SERGI ALBERT
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SERGI ALBERT
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Sergi Albert is popularly known for having created and performed the original character of "Scar" in the musical production of «El Rey León» in Spain during the first 8 seasons, a Disney and Stage Entertainment production, at the Teatro Lope de Vega in Madrid, 2011-2019. Additionally, he is the Spanish voice for the songs of actor "Luke Evans" in movies such as «Scrooge: Cuento de Navidad» on Netflix, «Pinocho,» and «La Bella y la Bestia» by Disney.

In Musical Theater, he has starred in musicals like «El Medico» as "Barber" by Beon Entertainment, «El Guardaespaldas» by Let's Go, «Romeo y Julieta» by Theatre Properties, «El Rey León» as Scar, «La Bella y la Bestia» as Gaston-Beast, and «Jesucristo Superstar» by Stage Entertainment. He has worked with Mario Gas in «Ascenso y Caída de la Ciudad de Mahagonny,» in «Spamalot» directed by Tricicle as Sir Galahad, «Boscos Endins-Into the Woods,» «Mar i Cel,» and «Poe,» all of them by Dagoll Dagom, «Balansiyya,» «Cuando Harry encontró a Sally,» and «Dracula, el musical.»

He has also appeared in concerts, films, and TV series such as "Los Pacientes del Doctor García," “Dos vidas,” “Amar es para siempre,” “El Ministerio del tiempo,” “La que se avecina,” “Centro Médico,” “Se Quién Eres,” and “Cuéntame.” And the Catalan series "Com si fos ahir," “La riera,” and “El Cor de la ciutat,” on TV3. Finally, he dedicates his work to his children and family.

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ROBERT GONZÁLEZ
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ROBERT GONZÁLEZ
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Robert González Ramírez, was born in Barcelona in 1982. He holds a degree in Dramatic Arts from the "Institut del Teatre". He studied music theory and clarinet at the music school "La Guineu". He has completed up to the fourth level in the singing school of the Conservatory of the Liceo de Barcelona.

Currently, he continues to take singing lessons at the Mev school in Madrid. He is a founding member of the company "Els Pirates Teatre", which currently manages the theater "El Maldà" in Barcelona. He has also been a member of the company "Dei Furbi" since 2005.

In his theatrical career, he stands out for his participation in musicals such as "Company", directed by Antonio Banderas and “Billy Elliot” directed by David Serrano. In text, he stands out for the monologue "Robert" by Laia Alsina Ferrer. And in dance theater, "Dies Irae" directed by Marta Carrasco. Besides his work in theater, he has participated in television series such as "Com Si Fos Ahir" on TV3, "Amar es para siempre” on Antena 3, and "La que se Avecina" on Tele 5. He has also acted in the movie "Contratiempo", directed by Oriol Paulo.

He is a lover of multidisciplinary theater who never gets tired of trying and learning new things.

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ALEJANDRO RULL
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ALEJANDRO RULL
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A professional actor and singer born in Madrid in 1986, with nearly 18 years of experience, his versatility has led him to dedicate himself to the world of performing arts and musical theater (Opera, Gospel, Zarzuela, Operetta, and Classical Theater), having toured the entire Iberian Peninsula and parts of America with most of the professional lyric companies in this country. Jovial, studious, and tirelessly hardworking, his notable works include "Don Juan Tenorio," "Antología de la Zarzuela," "Oliver Twist," "La Traviata," and "La verbena de la paloma."

However, he is most proud of "El proyecto socio-cultural de la compañía sevillana de Zarzuela," to which he has belonged as an artistic advisor and permanent cast member since 2010. This project, created alongside teachers and members of the University of Seville, aims to promote and preserve Zarzuela.

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ÍÑIGO ETAYO
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ÍÑIGO ETAYO
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Born in Pamplona, Íñigo trained in music and harmony, piano, drums, lyrical vocal technique, and acting from a young age. After studying Audiovisual Communication at UNAV and co-founding his musical theater association, he moved to Madrid, where he continued training in vocal technique (Voice Craft technique with Alejandro De los Santos) and acting at schools such as Jana Producciones and the Laboratorio de William Layton. His vocal training has continued to this day with masters like Jaume Giró and Felipe Forastiere, from whom he still takes lessons.

While training, he made his professional debut at 16 in the world of opera, starred in the feature film «Un dios prohibido» (nominated for Best Actor at the "Mirabile Dictu" awards), and was part of the cast of «Blancanieves Boulevard» (Jana Producciones), where he premiered on Madrid's Gran Vía.

Throughout his career, he has starred in major theater and musical productions such as «Kappa» for Juan Mayorga, «La familia Addams» (nominated at the PTM awards for Best Supporting Actor for Lucas Beineke), «Golfus de Roma» (nominated in the same category for Miles Gloriosus), «Anastasia» (nominated for Best Leading Actor for Dimitry), «El sobre verde» at the Teatro de la Zarzuela, and the most recent productions: «Bodas de sangre» by Federico García Lorca and «Una rubia muy legal», where he played the lead role of Emmett Forrest.

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ALBERTO SÁNCHEZ
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ALBERTO SÁNCHEZ
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Madrid-born in 1974, he trained in dance (Madrid, NY, and Brussels), singing, and acting (Madrid). He is a dance pedagogue (with a degree in classical dance from the Maria de Ávila Superior Conservatory) and choreographer, personal trainer, and digital marketer.

Cheerful, hardworking, committed, and eclectic. He has worked in musicals such as "Kinky Boots," "Billy Elliot," "Cats," "Mamma Mia," "The Producers," "Beauty and the Beast," "Saturday Night Fever," as well as other medium-sized musicals ("Lavar, marcar y enterrar," "El musical" or "Macabaret") and micro-musicals.

He combines his role as a performer with pedagogy, teaching jazz dance to actors, singers, and dancers (Madrid Dance Escool, Nebrija University, Scaena, or Cristina Rota). As a choreographer, he won the 6MasDanza de Maspalomas first prize, choreographed pieces for theater (Miguel del Arco, Juan Carlos Perez de la Fuente), musicals ("Like, el musicapp"), projects (Skydance Animation Studios), and shows of various formats (Musical Theater Awards or Jorge Blass).

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FRAN LEÓN
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FRAN LEÓN
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Originally from Tenerife, in 2005, he landed his first leading role in the musical comedy La verdadera historia de amor de Romeo y Julieta and the musical shows Quijotísimo and ConCiertos Objetos. In addition to being part of the Coro de la Ópera de Tenerife as a first tenor in productions such as Aída, Il Trovatore, and Norma, in December 2014, he returned to musical theater as Judas and Cover for Jesus in Jesucristo Superstar. In 2015, he played Perón and Che as an alternate for both roles in EVITA. In 2016, he portrayed Mark Cohen in the musical RENT, and at the end of 2017, he participated in the world premiere in Spanish of Sunset Boulevard, alongside Paloma San Basilio and Gerónimo Rauch, directed by Jaime Azpilicueta, where he played Sheldrake/Hogeye (Ensemble) and was the cover for Joe Gillis.

Since 2018, he has been part of the cast of 33 El Musical, directed by Toño Casado, where for two seasons, he played Santiago El Menor and was the cover for Juan at Espacio 33 in Ifema. In November 2021, he joined the company of El Médico El Musical as Meir (Ensemble) and cover 2 for Rob and Sha, touring theaters throughout Spain for two seasons under the direction of Ignasi Vidal. He also participated in the production of Tick Tick Boom as cover for Michael/cover for Jon, which was performed at the Gran Teatro Príncipe Pío in Madrid, directed by José Félix Romero. In the latest season, he has been part of the national tour of El Tiempo Entre Costuras as Swing, cover for Da Silva, and cover 2 for Marcus Logan.

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WILLIAM MAGALLANES
ENSEMBLE
WILLIAM MAGALLANES
ENSEMBLE

I was born in Venezuela in 1991, in Caracas, the capital district. At the age of two, I moved to Valencia, Venezuela, where I grew up until I was 26 years old. From childhood, I always had an interest in art in its various forms. In school, I painted murals, participated in small theater plays, and school dances. At the age of 15, I began my dance training in Latin and urban rhythms at the salsa school "Raíces y Cultura." At 22, I expanded my training studying jazz and lyrical dance at the TIMIDANCE dance school, and a year later, I started ballet classes at the ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE DANZA CRISTINA GUTIÉRREZ.

In 2018, I traveled to the United States and performed in a musical called "Visa para un sueño." In 2019, I moved to Madrid, Spain to live. From 2022 to 2023, I worked with Let's Go, being part of the cast of the musical "El Guardaespaldas." I also participated in the filming of a movie called "Rout to the Belem," and currently, I am working again with Let’s Go as part of the cast in the musical "El Fantasma de la Ópera!"

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LAURA ENRECH
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LAURA ENRECH
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She is a Madrid-born actress with a broad professional trajectory specialized in musical theater.

Continuing her education in the three disciplines required for the genre, she graduated from the "Circle in the Square" school in New York on a Fulbright scholarship, and has studied under renowned teachers such as Pablo Messiez, Thais Curiá, Sol López, Mamen Márquez, and Julia Möller, among others.

She began her professional theatrical career at the age of 18 in the musical "La Bella y la Bestia," and since then has balanced work in large-scale musicals such as "Les Misérables," "Mamma Mia!," "Dirty Dancing," "Anastasia," and "El Tiempo Entre Costuras," with forays into Zarzuela such as "La Verbena de la Paloma," directed by Pablo Messiez, and small-format productions where she has performed solo concerts, the monologue "La Sombra de Audrey" at Teatro Lara, and the play "El Ascensor" by José Masegosa, for which she was awarded the PTM for Best Outstanding Female Performance.

In the past season, she portrayed "Amy" in Antonio Banderas' production of "Company," thus reopening the Albéniz Theater in Madrid.

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MARINA BRISA
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MARINA BRISA
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Born in London, she moved to Granada at a young age and began training in flamenco and ballet, undergoing examinations with the British Royal Academy of Dance.

Since then, she has continued her studies in singing, acting, and dance across multiple styles with numerous renowned teachers. In dance, she studied under Fernando Lázaro, Iker Karrera, and Enric Marimon; in acting, with Juan Codina and Thais Curiá; and in singing, with Ruth Calvo and Felipe Forastiere. She graduated in Musical Theater from the Centro Superior de Artes Escénicas de Carmen Roche (SCAENA) in Madrid and furthered her training in London at schools like Pineapple and Studio 68.

She has starred in musicals such as 'El Mago de Oz', 'Alicia en el País de las Maravillas', 'La Bella Durmiente', 'La Cenicienta', 'Caperucita Roja', and 'Rapunzel', among others.

In 2017, she began participating in major productions such as 'Cabaret' (Texas), 'The Hole Zero' (Lady Studio, understudying Lucy), 'West Side Story' (Margarita, understudying Rosalía and Consuelo), and 'El tiempo entre costuras', the musical adaptation of María Dueñas' novel. She also appeared as a dancer in the film 'Voy a Pasármelo Bien', directed by David Serrano. Her most recent production was 'Matilda' at the Teatro Nuevo Alcalá.

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CARMEN PRADOS
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CARMEN PRADOS
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Actress, singer, and dancer from Córdoba. Recently Scarlett and cover for Vivian in "Pretty Woman, el Musical." She has studied the three disciplines in the best schools in Córdoba, Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, London, Paris, and NY. She holds a Professional Degree in Classical Dance, a Higher Degree in Dramatic Art in Textual Interpretation, a Master's in Musical Theatre, and the Training-Master for Actors in Madrid.

Since graduating in London, she has worked for four years abroad, two at Disneyland Paris as a performer, and two with the American cruise company Royal Caribbean, participating in their musical productions. However, her professional debut was at the age of 10 in the musical “Annie, el Musical!” as Pepper.

After 5 years outside Spain, she settled in Madrid in October 2019. She is part of “The Laraland Experience,” singing at events and ceremonies; she stars in “La Probabilidad de lo Imposible” (text theatre), a creative work presented at Sala Nueve Norte in December 2020/January 2021; she travels to Rhodes, Greece, to work with the English company “TED" during the summer season of 2021; she joins the cast of “Fama, el Musical” as ensemble, cover for Carmen Díaz, Serena Katz, and Mabel Washington, performing in the 2021/2022 season in Barcelona (Teatro Apolo) and Madrid (Teatro EDP Gran Vía); and finally, she begins her stint in "Pretty Woman, el Musical,” where she plays Scarlett every day, except Sundays when she plays the memorable Vivian Ward, performing in the 2022/2023 season in Barcelona (Teatro Apolo), and the 2023/2024 season in Madrid (Teatro EDP Gran Vía).

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XENIA GARCÍA
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XENIA GARCÍA
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Xenia García, born in Tarragona, studied piano at the Conservatorio de VilaSeca. She later moved to Barcelona and then to Madrid, where she continued her training as an actress (Thais Curiá, Cinemaroom, Txiki Berraondo) and singer (Enrique Baquerizo, Francesca Roig, Helen Rowson) in both cities.

She also trained in dance (Fernando Lázaro, Alberto Escobar). Although her most recent musical role was in "Tina, el musical" at Teatro Coliseum in Madrid, where she played Rhonda Graam, her professional career in musical theater began at Teatre del Sol in Sabadell, where she had the opportunity to portray Serena Katz in "Fama, el musical". Since then, she has participated in musicals such as "We Will Rock You" (Scaramouche), "Jesucristo Superstar" (ensemble, cover for María Magdalena), "Joseph, i l’Increïble Abric en Technicolor" (Narrator), "La Bella y La Bestia" (ensemble, cover for Bella), "Les Misérables" (ensemble, cover for Eponine and Cosette), "The Wild Party" (Queenie), "Anastasia" (Zarina, cover for Anya and Lily), and "El Tiempo Entre Costuras" (swing, cover for Rosalinda and Dolores).

Additionally, she is one of the creators of "Love in Black and White", a theatrical work that combines gesture, music, and text. She is also the voice-over for various shows and has participated in dubbing for films and commercial jingles.

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SOFÍA ESTEVE
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SOFÍA ESTEVE
ENSEMBLE. COVER MEG.

Born in Barcelona in 2003, she started her early studies in classical ballet at Laura Esteve Centre de Dansa. Later, she trained in Spanish dance at Centro Popular Andaluz. Gradually developing an interest in acting and singing, she began studying at Coco Comín, where she explored jazz dance, tap, hip hop, ballet, acting, and started her vocal training with Rosa Maria Conesa. At 18, she began her higher education in Musical Theater at Institut del Teatre.

In amateur productions, she has starred in various shows such as Matilda and Miss Saigon. Recently, she has also choreographed a version of the musical Spring Awakening in Barcelona.

Currently, she makes her debut in Madrid, joining the cast of The Phantom of the Opera.

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VIRGINIA ESTEBAN
ENSEMBLE. COVER CARLOTTA.
VIRGINIA ESTEBAN
ENSEMBLE. COVER CARLOTTA.

Singer and actress graduated in Musical Theater from ESAD de Málaga and in lyrical singing from ESCM. Recently, she has been part of the soloist and chorus ensemble in the 2023 Carmina Burana tour by La Fura Dels Baus. Over the past two years, she has been involved in the cast of "El Médico, el musical", as well as "La Gran Noche de los musicales" and "La Gran Noche de Eurovisión" with Beon Entertainment.

In her early career in musical theater, she played roles such as Olive in "Spelling Bee", Susan in the musical "Company", María in "Jesucristo Superstar", and Sophie in "Mamma Mia!" in Málaga and Aragón. She was also part of several children's musical theater companies. In her lyrical career, she has starred in the premiere of the new operas "Los Amantes" and "Codex Memoriae", been part of the chorus at Teatro Real in various productions, and currently collaborates with the RTVE choir, performing works under various international directors. She has also toured extensively with Drao Producciones in productions like "La Revoltosa", "Katiuska", "La Leyenda del Beso", and "La corte del Faraón".

She is now eagerly joining the production of "El Fantasma de la Ópera", excited and ready to take on this new challenge.

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HELENA CLUSELLAS
ENSEMBLE.
HELENA CLUSELLAS
ENSEMBLE.

Helena Clusellas is an actress, singer, and dancer born in 1997. She pursued her studies in dance, theater, and singing in Barcelona, eventually specializing in Musical Comedy. She made her debut in the genre at the age of 21, participating in productions such as "La Família Addams" as the first cover for Wednesday, "Cantando Bajo la Lluvia" as Zelda Zanders and first cover for Kathy Selden, and "Pretty Woman" as swing and cover for Vivian.

In addition to these productions, Helena has worked in Family Musical Theater productions such as "Orejas de Mariposa", "Tibipowers", and "Jumping Ducks". Her career also highlights her roles as a singer and dancer in orchestras like La Reina Show, La Metropol, and La Tropikana. She has appeared as a singer on television programs such as "Oh Happy Day" and "Tu cara me suena". For years, she combined stage work with teaching extracurricular activities and training at institutions like Aules, BTM Manresa, Let's Play Performing Arts, and Scennic.

Her personal project, in•Put, a musical group performing cover versions, started in 2020 and has participated in festivals like Palawan Market, White Summer, weddings, private events, among others.

Apart from her artistic career, Helena completed studies as a Veterinary Assistant and worked in this field during the pandemic, covering night shifts and emergencies.

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NATXO NÚÑEZ
SWING.
NATXO NÚÑEZ
SWING.

Natural de Mutxamel (Alicante), he holds a degree in Musical Theatre Performance from ESAD de Murcia under Silvia Montesinos. He has trained in singing with José Masegosa and Gloria Sánchez, jazz dance with Susana Ruiz, and tap dancing with John O’Brian, Elsa Álvaro, Toni Espinosa, and Jessica Flores.

He also holds a Higher Degree in Saxophone from CSM Óscar Esplá in Alicante. His notable roles include appearances in ‘The Hole’ (Let’s Go), ‘Las Nueve y Cuarenta’ and ‘Tres’ (JO!/Winner of BWS Best Small Format Musical/Finalist PTM Best Leading Actor), ‘El Jovencito Frankenstein’ (Let’s Go/First cover of Frederick Frankenstein, Igor, and Inspector Kemp/Hermit), ‘Billy Elliot’ (SOM Produce), ‘Castelvines y Monteses: los amantes de Verona según Lope de Vega’ (co-production of Barco Pirata and CNTC, directed by Sergio Peris-Mencheta), and ‘Matilda, el musical’ (SOM Produce, Mr. Wormwood).

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NATALIA PASCUAL
SWING.
NATALIA PASCUAL
SWING.

After completing a degree in Economics at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, she began her professional training in Musical Theatre at Escuela de Artes Escénicas Coral Antón. Following graduation, she continued her studies in classical ballet, jazz, and tap dancing at schools like 180o and Claquetap. She also studied acting with Thais Curiá and singing with José Masegosa and Patricia Gran, among others.

She was part of the cast of the musical "Charlie y la fábrica de Chocolate" as a Swing and cover for four characters. In her career highlights, she starred in the lead role of "A quién le importa" and served as a Swing in WAH Show, demonstrating her versatility across different styles from blues and jazz to rock and opera. She has performed in the Madrid season of original musicals such as "Juan sin miedo" and "PIN8," portraying characters like Electra and Troyana.

Additionally, she embarked on an extensive national tour of family musicals, including "Monster Rock," "Oliver Twist," and "Monster Party," while teaching dance and singing classes to groups of children and teenagers in Musical Theatre. During the summer seasons, she worked as a singer in orchestras like Diamante and La Brigada.

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NATALIA DELGADO
SWING AND DANCE CAPTAIN.
NATALIA DELGADO
SWING AND DANCE CAPTAIN.

Born in Málaga, I received my academic training between Málaga, Cannes (France), and Madrid. I studied Classical Dance at the Real Conservatorio de Málaga and Sevilla, complementing my education with Modern Dance, Jazz Technique, Lyrical Jazz, Contemporary Dance, and Tap.

My professional career began as a dancer in the contemporary dance company "Málaga Danza-Teatro," under the direction of Josep Mitjans and Thomé Araujo. Moving to Madrid, I have spent over 25 years working across various sectors including TV, Theatre, Independent Dance Companies, and Film. Notably, I served as an assistant choreographer and scenic movement designer for Pedro Almodóvar's "Los Amantes Pasajeros" and Carlos Vermut's "Quién Te Cantará."

A significant portion of my career has been dedicated to Musical Theatre as an assistant choreographer, dancer, actress, and singer. I have participated in numerous productions such as "Charlie y La fábrica de Chocolate, el Musical," "El Médico" based on Noah Gordon's novel, "El Jovencito Frankenstein," "El Rey León," "Fiebre del Sábado Noche," "Cabaret" directed by BT McNicholl (CieStageHolding 2003), "Chicago" directed by Ricard Reguant (1998), "Avenue Q" (winner of PTM Best Choreography Award), "Enamorados Anónimos" by Blanca Li, "Jekyll & Hyde," "Peter Pan," "Annie," "La Jaula de las Locas," among others directed by Luis Ramirez.

Currently residing in Madrid, I continue to contribute actively to the vibrant world of Musical Theatre.

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GERARD MÍNGUEZ
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GERARD MÍNGUEZ
SWING. COVER RAOUL Y MONSIEUR ANDRÉ

Born in Barcelona, I trained as a singer, actor, and dancer at MEV, Aules, Coco Comín, and L'Eix schools, under the guidance of instructors such as Jose Masegosa, Jaume Giró, Mamen Márquez, Daniel Anglès, Pilar Castro, Laura Jou, and Marta Mas, among others.

I have performed in various musicals including "Mamma Mia!", "Hoy no me puedo levantar" (understudy for Mario), "Más de Cien Mentiras", "Per sobre de totes les coses", "Sister Act" (Pablo and Eddie), "Cabaret", "El Jovencito Frankenstein", "Ghost", "La Historia Interminable", and "Chicago". I continue to be part of the company "Espiral Mágica", participating in productions like "El Pequeño Conejo Blanco" and "Orejas de Mariposa".

My acting credits extend to television projects such as "Com si fos ahir" (Televisió de Catalunya), "Centro Médico" (RTVE), and "The Night Shift" (Cannes 2014), as well as various advertising campaigns.

Additionally, I have collaborated and worked as a model for Bernardo Doral (Los Angeles), Baronne von Deneuve (Paris and Berlin), Paula Costas (Period Magazine UK), and "La Jaula de las Locas, El Musical".

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UMUSIC HOTEL TEATRO ALBÉNIZ

C. de la Paz 11, 28012 Madrid

How to get there

BUS

Bus line 76, 86, 130, 131, 448 y 469

Metro

Metro line 1, 2 y 3

Suburban train RENFE Sol Station

C-3, C-3a y C-4

BiciMad

34 - Jacinto Benavente

33 - Carretas

MORE INFORMATION

Show duration: 2h 30 minuts (rest included).

Type of audience: Show recommended for all audiences.

Tickets for minors: every natural person, regardless of age, must purchase and present their ticket to access the show.

PMR Accessibility: On sale on the Web and at the box office.

During some moments of the show, smoke machines are used and the lights create a strobe effect. Exposure to certain flashes or intermittent lighting can cause epileptic seizures or fainting in photosensitive people.

Cast*:

  • Tuesday and Friday at 9:30 p.m. 
    The role of Ghost will be played by Manu Pilas and that of Christine by Judith Tobella.
  • Wednesday 
    The role of Ghost will be played by Gerónimo Rauch and that of Christine by Laura Enrech.
  • Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 
    The role of Fantasma will be played by Gerónimo Rauch and that of Christine by Talía del Val.


*The cast may undergo changes without prior notice. 

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