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Phantom mental pains

One of the the world's great Phantom of the Opera singers gave a Riverview woman a chance to sing onstage with her the last time he performed at the Riverview Arts Centre. He also set her on the path to better mental health. In advance of his return engagement to the RAC, Peter Karrie and Cheryl Albert talked to Jonna about their remarkable shared story.

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