Phantom Masks

Phantom of the Opera Masks originate in the Paris Opera House, where a myth was made popular in a novel by Gaston Leroux in 1911 about some events that occurred in the Paris Opera House during the 1880’s. Indeed, when the Opera House was built, they did strike water, but an underground lake is an exaggeration. The Phantom too was fiction but Andrew Lloyd Weber brought him to a new generation, more believable, poignant & memorable than the original character. You can be the Phantom with a mask, perhaps a cloak and dramatic moves.