The Measure of a Musical – Love Never Dies on DVD

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Behind the Phantom Mask: Meet Ben Lewis | Stage Whispers

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LOVE NEVER DIES Special Interview: Ben Lewis

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Why Phantom's a Thriller for Ben Lewis in Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical Love Never Dies |

Family act for the Lewis family - Yahoo!7

Love Never Dies Stars Ben Lewis & Anna O'Byrne on the Aussie Production's 'Thrilling' Big-Screen Debut | Broadway Buzz |

Love Never Dies - BARITONE Ben Lewis is on a fast-track to stardom with the sequel to The Phantom of the Opera, writes Simon Plant.

Anna O'Byrne in Barnum at Chichester Festival Theatre

Is LOVE NEVER DIES Heading For America? Andrew Lloyd Webber Says 'Yes'!

Love Never Dies – Inside Rehearsals | Stage Whispers

Andrew Lloyd Webber On 'Love Never Dies,' 'The Phantom Of The Opera' Sequel 20 Years In The Making

Designing Love Never Dies | Stage Whispers

Sharon Millerchip: Love Never Dies and So Much More | Stage Whispers

Simon Gleeson: The Dark Side of Raoul | Stage Whispers

Sydney Bids Farewell to Australia's latest success story - Love Never Dies to close this week

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Love Never Dies premiered March 10, 2014 in Japan. Andrew Lloyd Webber joins the premiere's curtain call

Exclusive! Love Never Dies Creators Andrew Lloyd Webber & Simon Phillips on Getting the Show to Broadway, Maybe With a New Ending!

“Preview week, I had 6 or 8 line changes. One of them was four completely new lines to be swapped at the end of Act 1. I got back from the dinner break and realized I had no chance of remembering them. They wanted them in that night, so I wrote them on the mask cause it’s the bit where I take the mask off. I shamelessly acted hard into the mask and read the lines straight off the back.” (Ben Lewis, speaking to Stage Whispers magazine, for their May/June 2011 issue.)