The Phantom of the Opera Schedule
With haunting songs, amazing special effects and a spectacular story that will
send chills up your spine, The Phantom of the Opera has long been considered one of the finest musicals that Broadway has
to offer. Now, this fantastic drama is coming to Philadelphia!Theater fans will be able to enjoy the show this year with The
Phantom of the Opera tickets forupcoming performances in the the City of Brotherly Love.Theater tickets are on sale at this
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The Phantom of the Opera is scheduled to run on March 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30; April 1,
2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9,10, 11, 12 and 13 at the Academy of Music Philadelphia.Recognized as the oldest opera house in the United
States that is still used for that very purpose, the Academy of Music serves as the home for the Opera Company of Philadelphia
and the Pennsylvania Ballet. It is also the host to The Phantom of the Opera. Enjoy this timeless production at the National
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The Phantom of the
The Phantom of the Opera has been a smash hit ever since its arrival on the theatrical scene. The Andrew
Lloyd Webber masterpiece was generated from a novel of the early 1900s, Le Fantome de l'Opera by Gaston Leroux. The novel
transitioned into a riveting musical in the mid-1980s, becoming an instant hit upon arrival on the big stage.
tells the tale of the Phantom, who is shamed by his physical appearance and feared by all he comes into contact with, but
the love he carries for his lovely protegee Christine Daae is so powerful that even her heart cannot resist.
debuted at Her Majesty's Theatre, starring Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman in the main character roles. And there have
been dozens of productions globally since then.
In fact, as recorded in 2011, it has been viewed by over 130 million
people in 151 cities and in 30 countries, including Holland, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, New Zealand, Scotland,
Singapore, Spain, Sweden, South Africa, Taiwan, Switzerland, Ireland, Japan and more! See why The Phantom of the Opera has
sustained its popularity and longevity.
Since its premiere, the Phantom of the Opera has claimed more than 70 major
theater awards. It won the 1986 Olivier Award and the 1988 Tony Award for Best Musical. The total global box office receipts
of over $5.1 billion include a record-setting Broadway gross of $845 million, earmarking the production as the highest-grossing
entertainment event of all time.
It became Broadway's longest running show ever when it overshadowed the record set
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The Phantom of the Opera Trivia
They say that the "devil is in the details," and
there are certainly a number of things that go on behind the scenes of the award-winning production of The Phantom of the
Each performance features 14 dresses, 230 costumes, 120 automated cues, 281 candles, 22 scene changes, 10 fog
and smoke machines, and 250 kg of dry ice.
There are additionally 130 cast, crew and orchestra members directly participating
in each performance. And 2,230 metres of fabric are utilized for the set's drapes with 900 of them specially colored.
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of the Opera Plot
The Phantom of the Opera revolves around a mysterious phantom who haunts the Paris Opera House, dwelling
in a labyrinth system of sewer canals. What happens when this mysterious, disfigured musical genius falls in love with a beautiful
soprano? What plans does he have for her and will she find out what's underneath that mask?
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The Phantom of the
Opera Musical Numbers
The cast album of The Phantom of the Opera has claimed platinum status six times in the U.S.,
two times in the U.K., nine times in German; four times in the Netherlands; 31 times in Taiwan; and 11 times in Korea.
numbers include: Think of Me, Angel of Music, Little Lotte/The Mirror (Angel of Music), The Phantom of the Opera, The Music
of the Night, I Remember/Stranger Than You Dream It, Magical Lasso, Poor Fool, He Makes Me Laugh, Notes/Prima Donna, All I
Ask of You and more!