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  • Hello and welcome back to episode two of Dear Daae, here at Phantom of the Opera on

  • Broadway. So one of the coolest things I think about Phantom is its international

  • appeal. It's played in 35 countries in 15 different languages. And here on Broadway,

  • we happen to have a lot of incredible international performers, so because of

  • that and the fact that I just came back from an incredible trip to the

  • Philippines where I went to a family reunion that had 206 people attending. I

  • thought I'd do a little an internationally it kind of themed

  • episode, so hope you enjoy!

  • --Dear Daae, today is a very exciting day because I'm here with my beautiful friend

  • JAYGEE MACAPUGAY starring on Broadway in School of Rock right now.

  • And we are going to see

  • our Filipino idol

  • Lea Salonga!

  • She's a friend of ours too, like friend and idol.

  • --Fierce and majestic.

  • Queen.

  • --In Once on this Island. Can't wait.

  • --Hi! --You recognize this amazing woman as

  • Lea Salonga. The one and only. I just saw her in her show and I'm

  • wrecked, like weeping. --You still have

  • mascara. -- I still have a little bit on and

  • just barely because you know it was so wonderful. --Thank you.

  • --I've told you this before,

  • but you are a huge part of why I'm in this business

  • because I got to see Lea while she was doing Eponine in Les Mis also in Saigon

  • of course, but just like seeing you play a part that was not necessarily meant

  • for an Asian actor was like super influential to me, and also the fact that

  • you're amazing and were amazing in it. What were there any

  • any things that inspired you to join the business in the first place and into

  • being begin singing and performing?

  • --I kind of feel like it wasn't a choice

  • that I made, but rather a choice that was made for me. I mean, I had, well I still

  • have I have a first cousin, who in her prime, was a prima ballerina

  • ballet dancer amazing. And I've seen her dancing she's kind of a badass, and she

  • was the prima ballerina for the Atlanta Ballet and she says the same thing about

  • it. And even my brother who's a conductor and a musical director, I think we all

  • kind of had that philosophy because what the talents that we were given it

  • did not seem accidental. It did not... it was like you gave me this what else am I

  • going to be? So it was as if the choice was a divine

  • one yeah that I was not really privy to. But more like okay you there are these

  • people placed in my life to kind of lead me to this, but I mean

  • singing has always been enjoyable. It was always something that I liked to do and

  • found that I was pretty good at. --[off-camera] Mm-hmm.

  • Sorry... I know I'm not supposed to be the

  • cameraman quiet camerawoman... --JAYGEE understands.

  • --Mmmhmm. So, yeah, I guess it was just just kind of one led

  • to the next thing and the next thing and the next thing until Miss Saigon and it

  • was like I was a pre-med in college and it was like God was saying no no,

  • you can make your plans, but I'm gonna laugh at your plans, and I am going to

  • take you somewhere else! --Save people in other ways

  • --Exactly.

  • --Of course! Thank you.

  • --I'm glad I got to see this. Thank you for chatting with us.

  • --Bye!

  • --Hey guys! So I'm gonna go visit my amazing Raoul Rodney Ingram. You may

  • have heard of him. He actually grew up in Mexico and I think he's warming up now

  • so let's let's go see let's see what he's doing.

  • --Hey, rodney!

  • --Hey what's up? --What you doing?

  • --Nothing much in particular. How are you? This is... crazy.

  • --That was beautiful but we are singing in English English tonight.

  • Oh I thought we could like make a few like little alterations. I've been like man I

  • feel like there's something to the Spanish lyric. We're gonna make it happen

  • what do you say tonight? Going in.

  • --Spotted in the Phantom of the Opera

  • alleyway: international star Peterback

  • --Hi! I'm here with our gorgeous Carlotta --Raquel Suarez Groen.

  • --I made her say it for

  • you because I would have butchered it otherwise and Raquel is incredible and

  • she happened to live in Holland until she was 10 and then moved to Canada. Can you

  • do a little some Carlotta in Dutch for us.

  • --That's fierce!

  • --So, our amazing Elizabeth Welch, who you met last

  • week um she actually performs the role of Christine in Germany and she's not

  • here because she's in Colorado with her family, but she was kind enough to send

  • in a little clip.

  • --I hope no one forgets me, and please,

  • --I love her!

  • --As you know, Maree Johnson our amazing Giry is from Australia and

  • played Christine in Australia. --Many moons ago.

  • --And if this is an Australian

  • tradition is it? --This is an Australian tradition

  • at intermission yes. So I'm going to with a

  • bickie on the side we got biggie on the side. And first we pour the milk. Always

  • pour the milk first. --Okay.

  • Wow Americans don't know anything about tea.

  • --We have this little the milk and the sugar isn't that cool?

  • --So cute. --We also have manuka

  • honey from new zealand because of its healing properties we need that when

  • we're doing a show.

  • --Amazing. -- We have the brown Betty teapot from

  • London, which is

  • great it's you'll see as it pours and the very posh Tiffany's tea strainer. Not

  • that we're into labels or anything. --No no. If it's a wedding present.

  • --And the perfect, oh, do you like the

  • first cup? That's kind of weak.

  • --That's all right. I don't mind

  • --We'll see how the other one goes.

  • --It's late in the night I don't want too much caffeine.

  • --Sugar? Honey?

  • --Ah honey honey. What was is there anything different in doing the

  • Australian production? Or did you love what the how is it playing Giry now

  • that you played Christine?

  • --Oh you know I feel it's it's just complete full circle

  • and especially being older and now also in my other life I'm a mother. So I feel

  • very protective of my girls and especially of Christine because I have

  • such a connection you know so it kind of plays out in your real life you know you

  • definitely bring a lot more of lot more of your own experience

  • to the role. --Yeah.

  • --Now being a little bit older.

  • --She's gorgeous.

  • She's amazing.

  • --Hey! --Hi, Ali.

  • How are you? --How much do you love

  • being on Broadway.com vlogs? --I don't...

  • --Leone is very famous because

  • he was a major player in Sierra Boggess a series Daae Days, if you may recall. And

  • he actually worked internationally with Phantom right?

  • --Yes that is correct. --Where

  • were you?

  • --I was in Sweden. --Very cool.

  • --We did a production in Sweden last year 2017,

  • which has closed, which is done, but we have Peter Joback here this year.

  • --Yay, and he's so wonderful. It's nice having him back right ?

  • --Yes, it's quite wonderful. --Okay I'll

  • stop torturing you now.

  • --Dear Daae, fun fact: I'm getting ready for my second show of the

  • day right now and sometimes I leave my I leave my makeup on in between because

  • lazy but sometimes I cry a little too much in the first show and I have to

  • research my eyelashes, so that's what I'm gonna do now.

  • Just a little on the outside. Fake eyelashes, just for the record.

  • --Hey Laird! So, I'm doing this like international kind of episode and

  • Laird actually played a Raoul in the Canadian production. So I was wondering

  • if you could answer say something in Canadian.

  • --Sure. How about this: Christine

  • Daae, where is your red scarf? -- Yeah but like in like Canadian like

  • Canadian.

  • --Okay let me try again...Um Christine Daae a where is your red

  • scarf? You mean the way we did it in the Toronto production?

  • --Well that's sounds like the way do it so like more Canadian...

  • Like if you were in Canada. --Oh, I

  • know what you mean. I know what you mean. This is how we did it in Toronto.

  • Christine Daae, where is your red

  • scarf, eh?

  • --We are all finished with Saturday night on Broadway looking

  • forward to a day off tomorrow! I hope you enjoyed this week's episode. See you next

  • week and remember like my friend and former Raoul Jordan Donica says,

  • --\"Immigrants,

  • we get the job done.\"

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第2話:ディア・ダイエ。アリ・エウォルトが語る「ファントム・オブ・ザ・オペラ」の舞台裏 (Episode 2: Dear Daae: Backstage at THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA with Ali Ewoldt)

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