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Sierra has been involved in several productions of The Phantom of the Opera beginning with the Las Vegas production in 2006.In 2010 she was cast to reimagine the role of Christine Daae in Phantom's sequel "Love Never Dies".The Broadway production began previews on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 3, 2007.The show was then temporarily shut down on November 10, 2007 until November 28, 2007, due to the 2007 Broadway stagehand strike.They divorced 21 years ago, but separation has not withered Andrew Lloyd Webber’s affections for his ex-wife Sarah Brightman as he called her ‘my angel of music’ during an extraordinary reconciliation.Hugging each other tightly on stage, the multi-millionaire composer was clearly tearful as Miss Brightman, 51, performed The Phantom of the Opera at the end of the gala evening at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night.I gave it all that night,” actress Sierra Boggess says nearly overrun with emotion as she describes her critically acclaimed performance as Christine Daaé in the 25th Anniversary of .
She performed with the show in its pre-Broadway tryout in Denver at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' Ellie Caulkins Opera House which it ran from July 26, 2007 through September 9, 2007.He told the Daily Mail that upon the musical’s premiere in London, he was more fearful for Miss Brightman than to critical reaction to the show, admitting: ‘It is hard for me, there are loads of memories…‘The answer is that she was in the show because she was the right person to be in the show at the time.I was much more worried on opening night about her, not about my show at all, I was more concerned about whether she was going to get through it.Although the 25th anniversary concert was remarkably high profile — a recorded broadcast was shown in movie theaters worldwide — it came as no surprise to fans that Boggess filled the role with aplomb.
She returned to the character again for the 2013 Broadway production opposite Hugh Panaro, and again in a limited engagement Broadway run with Norm Lewis, ending September 2014.
“[Christine was] my first lead role professionally, and it changed my life,” Boggess muses.