Andrew Lloyd Webber tribute stronger as night goes on

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Posted: Sunday, February 2, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 2:02 pm, Thu Jun 5, 2014.

Ernest Richardson’s Broadway pipeline once again delivered musical thrills to Omaha Saturday night, capped by a bona fide Phantom of the Opera beckoning his Christine to lose herself with him in “The Music of the Night.”

When an offstage Teri Dale Hansen replied with a brief reprise of the achingly lovely “All I Ask of You,” it spurred Richardson, the Omaha Symphony and Hansen’s vocal partner, Nat Chandler — veteran of a thousand performances as Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom — to the powerful climax awaited by the capacity Holland Performing Arts Center audience.

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