Today, Sarah is featured in The Washington Post, ‘The Christines Take Their Final Bow: How 6 leading ladies helped make ‘Phantom’ a Broadway phenomenon”!
“Sarah Brightman was the blueprint for Christine Daaé. Andrew Lloyd Webber, her husband at the time of the show’s London premiere in 1986, wrote the role with her talents and her soprano skills at the front of his mind … ‘My voice was very much in his ears,’ Brightman said. ‘To be a muse of a composer that’s creating new things and wonderful things and very successful things — I think it was a beautiful thing.'”
Read the full article, available in today’s edition of The Washington Post and online HERE.