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What does POTO stand for?

POTO stands for Phantom of the Opera

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Cellophane from Chicago Vanilla Ice Cream from She Loves Me Mamma Mia Medley Jesus Christ Superstar Overture Don't Cry For Me Argentina from Evita Phantom of the Opera Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera Susan Egan starred in Beauty and the Beast as the original Belle, Thoroughly Modern Millie (Millie), Cabaret (Sally Bowles), Triumph of Love (Leonide--original), State Fair (Margy).
Byline: CHRIS MOONEY The Phantom of the Opera Edinburgh Playhouse, September 29 ***** LIVE shows can stay with you long after the event, the hairs on the back of your neck standing on end at the memory days later.
The Phantom behind the white mask has left London's majestic Opera House for New York's tacky Coney Island and has emerged a new man--but many of the critics of the Phantom of the Opera sequel can't come to terms with the more mature phantom in Love Never Dies, played by Iranian-born Ramin Karimloo.
He said: " If everybody worried about those, you'd go back to the days of Cats, Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera - if there'd have been the net then, you'd have almost given up.