Christa Price

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Introduction In 1911 the first modern novel of the gemstone emerged. Decades passed before another appeared. All of them are connected by shared details. It's been a journey in itself unraveling their mystery. Thanks to Gaston Leroux for believing "the ghost" was real in The Phantom of the Opera, as well as the collaboration of music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, and Richard Stilgoe that transformed the original novel; Winston Groom, Eric Roth, and Forrest Gump for their guidance; Dan Brown and Akiva Goldsman for teaching us how to look at words from different angles in The Da Vinci Code; Raymond Khoury and Suzette Couture for unearthing the astrolabe and reminding us of codes used to decipher ancient documents in The Last Templar; Brandon Camp and Mike Thompson for the screenplay Love Happens; and Deborah Kaplan and Harry Elfont for bringing the audience back home in the movie Leap Year. Then came Glee. A very special thank you to Eleanor of Aquitaine, who planted the seed of the tale 831 years ago. The rest is up to the audience and for the final performance there is a seat reserved for each and every one of us.