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Faure and Krauss had sung; and, on that evening, Christine Daae had revealed her true self, for the first time, to the astonished and enthusiastic audience.
But the real triumph was reserved for Christine Daae, who had begun by singing a few passages from Romeo and Juliet.
Daae revealed a new Margarita that night, a Margarita of a splendor, a radiance hitherto unsuspected.
On that evening, Philippe, after applauding the Daae, turned to Raoul and saw that he was quite pale.
More than one chaffing phrase darted from little made-up lips, to which he did not reply; and at last he was able to pass, and dived into the semi-darkness of a corridor ringing with the name of "Daae! Daae!" The count was surprised to find that Raoul knew the way.
Postponing his usual visit to Sorelli for a few minutes, the count followed his brother down the passage that led to Daae's dressing-room and saw that it had never been so crammed as on that evening, when the whole house seemed excited by her success and also by her fainting fit.
Meanwhile, Christine Daae uttered a deep sigh, which was answered by a groan.
Raoul thought that Daae might go to it and he waited in the silent solitude, even hiding in the favoring shadow of a doorway.
One idea alone filled Raoul's burning brain: of course, Daae wished to be left alone FOR HIM!
To his great astonishment, the door opened and Christine Daae appeared, wrapped in furs, with her face hidden in a lace veil, alone.
Broadway Entertainment Group CEO Liz Koops said: "We are so excited to be able to announce that Claire Lyon will return to the role of Christine Daae in the UAE debut of The Phantom of the Opera.
Reaching astounding high notes, Rebecca Leigh, as Christine Daae, gave West End stars a run for their money as she became the centre of The Phantom's attention.