Thanks very much!
In regards to Esmeralda’s costume: the red dress I believe you’re talking about is only worn for publicity shots. (Such as with Tina Arena) The only version to actually use the red dress in performances was the Russian version. It was also sometimes used to distinguish the understudy Esmeralda and the one that played Esmeralda for that performance, as the understudies often come out during the finale. I hoped that answered your question.
Hello everyone! Hope you’re having a wonderful day! Wanted to update you all on a few things:
- In regards to the translator needed to translate a few scans, we’ve had a few volunteers, and it looks like we’ll be able to get that exciting article translated! It may take a while, but it will certainly be worth the wait!
- I went on a massive picture hunting spree, and you will not believe the pictures I’ve found. I’m taking super rare photographs of Tina Arena, Patti Russo, Alexander Marakulin, and lots more! Look forward to lots of rare finds coming soon.
- Working on getting the affiliate page up. Contacting a few other NDdP related blogs to get a network going so everyone can get their NDdP fix!
- The submission section has been reworked. You may now submit anything you’d like. Graphics, videos, fanfiction, fanmixes, anything related to NDdP or any of the cast members.
- Don’t forget that if you ever have a question related to the musical, cast members, etc. to go ahead and ask! I’ve had a few people ask about certain elements to the musical, so don’t be afraid to ask!
While scouring the internet trying to find pictures of the musical, I came across a true treasure!
Scans of a magazine published in 1999, called: “101 Secrets of Notre Dame de Paris!”
It features trivia, secrets, and fun facts about the cast and show!
Sadly, it’s entirely in French.
So if anyone with French skills would be up for translating the scans, and maybe writing all the facts down and sending them to me, that would be amazing.
Anyone up for it? Just contact me!