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CharactersBackgroundPlot Literary Devices Potpourri
Who traveled with a circus and lived in a cage?
Who knew where the Phantom hid?
Madame Giry (200)
This was the first character killed by the Phantom.
She was loved by the Phantom and Raoul.
This is the second character killed by the Phantom, and the male lead at the Opera House.
How did they try to solve the problem of the water below the opera house?
A pump for eight months, 24 hours a day (100)
Who wrote the libretto?
Andrew Lloyd Webber (200)
Who won the contest to design the Opera House?
Charles Garnier (300)
What war took place during the construction of the Opera House?
When did work on the Opera House begin (what year)?
How do Andre and Firmin initally react to the Phantoms demands?
They dont take him seriously. (100)
What word could be used to describe Christines overall state when she is with the Phantom?
Why does Christine want her engagement kept a secret?
The Phantom will be angry. (300)
What two things does Phantom do to Piangi?
Kill him and take his role as Don Juan (400)
Whose grave does Christine visit?
Her fathers (500)
The story begins in 1905 and moves to an earlier date due to this literary device.
Name one of Christines internal conflicts.
Various answers checked at my discretion! (200)
Daily Double! Daily Double!
What is unique about the Phantoms talent, and what literary term does this show considering his deformity?
He is a brilliant musician, but cant show his talent to the world / irony (600 – Daily Double)
When Christine kisses and embraces the Phantom, what point of the plot have we reached?
Who are the protagonist and antagonists in POTO?
Protagonist = Christine; Antagonist = Phantom (500)
Who was the main patron of the Opera House and bought an item at the auction?
How much does the chandelier weigh?
seven tons (200)
What is auctioned during the prologue?
Music box (300)
When does the prologue take place?
What does Meg hold at the end of the musical?
The Phantoms mask (500)
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