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Claire Moore

Claire Moore

Claire Moore


Claire Moore (2 January 1960, Over Hulton, Bolton) is an English soprano singer and actress, best known for her leading role as Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera and as Ellen in "Miss Saigon". She played the role of Christine Daaé in the original cast of The Phantom of the Opera, as alternate Christine to Sarah Brightman performing 3 shows per week. When Sarah left the production after a year, Claire then took the role full time. Read more on Last.fm
Claire Moore (2 January 1960, Over Hulton, Bolton) is an English soprano singer and actress, best known for her leading role as Christine in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera and as Ellen in "Miss Saigon". She played the role of Christine Daaé in the original cast of The Phantom of the Opera, as alternate Christine to Sarah Brightman performing 3 shows per week. When Sarah left the production after a year, Claire then took the role full time. She was voted "favourite Christine" by the Phantom Appreciation Society.[1] In 1989 she left the role to play Ellen, in the London and New York productions of Miss Saigon, until 1992. Other work includes appearing alongside Richard Harris in the 1982 London production of Camelot; playing the lead role of Audrey in the 1983-85 Comedy Theatre production of Little Shop of Horrors; Mrs Anna (as alternate for Elaine Paige) in the London Palladium production of The King and I 2000-2001; [2] Madame Thenardier in Les Misérables;[3] and in the musicals of Bernard J. Taylor.[4] Apart from musicals, her work also includes opera, and acting roles with the McKellen/Petherbridge Company's Royal National Theatre productions of The Duchess of Malfi, The Critic, The Real Inspector Hound and The Cherry Orchard.[5] She also features on album recordings including the original cast album of Miss Saigon, The Phantom of the Opera - Highlights, Cabaret, Oliver! and Les Miserables, as well as The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Leading Ladies and two solo albums of songs by Bernard J Taylor.[6] Living and working in London, she returns regularly to perform at her home town at events such as Bolton Choral Union concerts.[7] She was seen in April and May 2008 as a vocal coach on BBC TV's "I'd do anything Read more on Last.fm.

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