The Phantom of the Opera Broadway Show
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The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway
The first production of The Phantom of the Opera opened at Her Majesty's Theatre on October 9, 1986 with Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the leading roles and there have been dozens of productions worldwide since then. Awards include the Laurence Olivier and Evening Standard Award for Best Musical and seven Tony Awards. A movie version of The Phantom of the Opera was released in 2004, directed by Joel Schumacher.
The spectacular Broadway production of Phantom opened in 1988 and was immediately a mammoth must-see hit. Not only has it been the first Broadway show for many a New York visitor, but The Phantom of the Opera is a musical that people love to experience again and again. In 2006, it became the longest running Broadway musical in history.
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In The Phantom of the Opera, a young singer, Christine, is charmed by a mysterious specter who haunts the Paris Opera house. Based on Gaston Leroux's famous novel, the musical's tale begins as unexplained accidents have been occurring throughout the Paris Opera, and the stuck-up diva, Carlotta, refuses to go on. Christine takes her place and is a triumph. At her opening night, she meets her childhood friend, Raoul. Alone in her dressing room, she finally meets the Phantom who has taught her to sing so beautifully. Taking her to his lair in the misty catacombs beneath the Opera House, the Phantom declares his love for Christine, but she soon learns his terrible secret. The story moves from the Phantom's underground hideaway to the dizzying roof of the Opera House, as the Phantom and Raoul battle for Christine's love.
2 hours and 30 minutes, with a 15-minute intermission
Harold Prince (Director)
Gillian Lynne (Musical Staging and Choreography)
Maria Bjornson (Production Designer)
Andrew Bridge (Lighting Designer)
Martin Levan (Sound Designer)
David Caddick (Musical Supervision and Direction)
Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music)
Charles Hart (Lyrics)
Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber (Book)
Gaston Leroux (Original Novel)