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The Phantom of the Opera - Broadway

For over 30 years, The Phantom of the Opera has been haunting New York! The longest running musical in Broadway history, Andrew Lloyd Webber's unforgettable score has become synonymous with the musical theatre.

"Phantom" won seven Tony Awards in 1988, including Best Musical. Based on the classic french novel of the same name by Gaston Leroux, thePhantom of the Opera tells the story of the hideously deformed Phantom who lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera.

However, when the Phantom falls in love with the young Soprano, he devotes himself to turning the chorus girl into the opera's new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents and employing all the skills at his disposal.


Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission

Mondays: 8:00pm

Tuesdays: 7:00pm

Wednesdays: 8:00pm

Thursdays: 2:00pm and 8:00pm

Fridays: 8:00pm

Saturdays: 2:00pm and 8:00pm

Majestic Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
245 West 44th St.
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Featured Reviews For The Phantom of the Opera

A grand 'Opera' - New York Daily News
It is a spectacular entertainment, visually the most impressive of the British musicals. Perhaps the most old-fashioned thing about it is it's a love story, something Broadway has not seen for quite a while. To say the score is Lloyd Webber's best is not saying a great deal. His music always has a synthetic, borrowed quality to it. As you listen you find yourself wondering where you've heard it before. In this case you've heard a lot of it in Puccini, in the work of other Broadway composers and even the Beatles. Nevertheless he seems to be borrowing from better sources, and he has much greater sophistication about putting it all together. There are some droll opera parodies, several beautiful songs, an impressive septet and a grand choral number, all richly orchestrated.

STAGE VIEW; Now, About That Chandelier That Goes Crashing - New York Times
In the end, The Phantom of the Opera can be no more than the sum of its pictorial effects. It's no opera (not with those bland melodies, not with lyric phrases like "Be My Guest" and "Make My Night"), it's not a display case of serious acting, it's not humor (not even self-mockery). It's pyschologically lightweight, long on melodramatic grotesquerie, and it can only on its visual chills. Will three chills, plus candles that swarm like fireflies, do you?


The Phantom of the Opera Broadway Cast


by BWW News Desk - March 25, 2021
Calling all sopranos! The Phantom of the Opera is seeking video submissions for 'future replacements' for Christine in Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera. The character description specifically notes the the role can be played by any race.
by Bella Bevan - February 15, 2021
Since the pandemic forced an early end to his four year stint as Ubaldo Piangi in the West End’s The Phantom of the Opera, Paul Ettore Tabone has been keeping busy working on his debut album. The music is in the classical crossover style, with each song reflecting a part of his journey from growing up in rural Australia to being taken all over the world by his lush lyrical tenor.
by BWW News Desk - February 11, 2021
Work is underway on Her Majesty's Theatre in London, for a newly renovated venue upon the reopening of The Phantom of the Opera in the West End. Details are emerging on what audiences can expect when the show returns, as per a planning application submitted last month.
by BWW News Desk - January 29, 2021
As BroadwayWorld previously reported, work is underway on Her Majesty's Theatre in London, in preparation for the return of The Phantom of the Opera on the West End. In a recent interview with The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show, Andrew Lloyd Webber teased that Phans will be pleased with the theatre's improvements.
by BWW News Desk - January 26, 2021
On this day in 2013, producer Cameron Mackintosh, original star Sarah Brightman, and director Hal Prince accepted a Proclamation from the city of New York naming January 26 The Phantom Of The Opera Day! 
by BWW News Desk - December 15, 2020
Work is underway on Her Majesty's Theatre in London, in preparation for the return of The Phantom of the Opera on the West End. The show's official Twitter account shared a video of the theatre, in its various stages of renovation.
by BWW News Desk - October 18, 2020
Andrew Lloyd Webber took to social media to share a video of himself playing a bit of Music of the Night on piano.
by BWW News Desk - August 17, 2020
Andrew Lloyd Webber took to Twitter to post a video of himself performing Music of the Night from The Phantom of the Opera. He also provided Phans with some encouraging words, promising that the show will return to the West End.
by BWW News Desk - July 29, 2020
Andrew Lloyd Webber has responded to the news of The Phantom of the Opera closing its London and UK touring productions, in a statement posted to Twitter.
by BWW News Desk - June 24, 2020
The Phantom of the Opera is coming to the small screen in the form of a TV miniseries!
by BWW News Desk - May 24, 2020
Andrew Lloyd Webber is kicking off a new series on his social media accounts, where he reflects on how some of his shows began.