Black Despair
The Unknown Figure
phantamxrose:

Parody of “No, David!

phantamxrose:

Parody of “No, David!


songofthehumanheart:

Better to have loved than never loved at all
Better to have dreamed than never taken the fall


his-beloved-mrs-mikaelson:

Phantom of the Opera + Tumblr Posts + BONUS.


ooc: I just saw that one of my favorite Phantom-related blogs deactivated and now I’m so sad.


Anonymous asked:
What are your favorite songs?



"Ask a painter his favorite colour, Monsieur. Ask a designer his favorite fabric. In such pigeon holes you will never find the great minds confined.”


Anonymous asked:
Hello Mr. Phantom You have many wonderful outfits, but which one is your favourite?



"In ornament, I suppose The Red Death will always be a particular favorite. In practicality, I shall always prefer the simple elegance of a well fitting suit." 


Anonymous asked:
Monsieur, besides French and English, which languages are you fluent in?



"Both as a magician and genius, I know better than reveal all my secrets, Monsieur." 


Anonymous asked:
Regarding your last ask on cultural difference, I'm sure that you would have observed from afar the performers at your theatre (i'm going to assume you have hired mostly americans). I'm pretty sure they have differences in work ethic and outlooks compared to those in france? Do you notice any difference?



"Yes, I suppose. Though to be quite frank I have yet to witness enough to be sure these differences are truly cultural in their work ethic, and perhaps not just the wills of these particular performers.

Though I will say this much, for both my employees and their audiences, America is far more… let us say, enthusiastic… in all it endeavors.”


Anonymous asked:
I think you need more hugs. Hugs are always fun.



"Persistent type, aren’t you. Perhaps I’m not being clear enough in my refusal. Perhaps my tongue has not been sharp enough to do the job.” 


Anonymous asked:
Do you have any food cravings or favorite snacks?



"I do occasionally have a — well, as you call it: craving — for the pastries back home. Wonderfully fresh, in France. And not packed so with preservatives as they are here.”