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The Phantom of the Opera Vancouver TicketsThe Phantom of the Opera has captivated audiences all over the world for more than 30 years now, but it wouldn't have the title of longest running Broadway production in history until the January 2006 performance that overtook Cats for the honor. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical masterpiece follows the story of The Phantom, a deformed musical genius who lurks deep in the confines of the Paris Opera House and his obsession with a gorgeous young soprano, Christine Daae. Luring Christine under the pretenses of making her his star pupil, The Phantom falls madly in love with her only to find out that her heart already belongs to Raoul de Chagny, the newest patron of the Opera House. Filled with jealousy and betrayal, The Phantom wreaks havoc on the company that performs in the Opera House and causing chaos during performances.
The Phantom Of The Opera Haunts The Queen Elizabeth Theatre in VancouverHaving traveled to more than 150 cities in 30 countries around the globe, it's no wonder that The Phantom of the Opera found its way to the stage of the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. Between the sweeping staircases of the atrium, to the reflective surfaces and whimsical chandeliers throughout the auditorium, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre offers an atmosphere that is both modern and comfortable at the same time. The Phantom of the Opera has welcomed many a talented actor to play the role of The Phantom over the years, but a few names are worth mentioning. Firstly, Colm Wilkinson gave a haunting performance as The Phantom during a sit-down production of the show at the Pantages Theatre in Toronto in 1989; the show was such a success that it went on for a decade at the theatre. Hugh Panaro is another notable mention for his advancement from the role of Raoul, which was only supposed to be a stand-in at the time, to the part of The Phantom a few short years later.
Where can I buy The Phantom of the Opera tickets?Whether you want to see when The Phantom of the Opera will return to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver or you simply want to catch a live performance in your hometown, you can find all the best seats at stubhub.com.
Is The Phantom of the Opera appropriate for children?Although some little ones under the ages of five and six find the character of The Phantom to be a little bit too scary, older children find him no more frightening than the bad guys they already encounter in their favorite shows at home.
How long is The Phantom of the Opera performance?The show lasts a total of two hours and 30 minutes, but guests can take advantage of the included 15-minute intermission which occurs between the first and second acts of the show.
Who are some of the current cast members on The Phantom of the Opera tour?Derrick Davis and Emma Grimsley currently star as Christine Daae and her mysterious tutor, The Phantom. Jordan Craig lends his talents to the role of Raoul de Chagny and SarahGrace Mariani stars as Meg Giry. The production also stars Tristan Moldovan as Carlotta Guidicelle and Susan Moniz as Madame Giry.
What awards has The Phantom of the Opera won?Throughout its long-lasting career on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera has won over 70 prestigious theatrical awards, including seven Tony Awards, one of which was presented for Best Musical, an Evening Standard Award, seven Drama Desk Awards, four Olivier Awards and five Outer Critic Circle Awards.
What songs can I expect to hear during The Phantom of the Opera performance?The Phantom of the Opera includes many memorable songs that have been made popular by the show. A few of the infamous tunes are "All I Ask of You," "The Phantom of the Opera," "Past the Point of No Return," "Masquerade" and "Think of Me."
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