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9 Jan 1988 -

The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway Information

The Phantom of the Opera returns to the Majestic Theatre from October 22, 2021. Get The Phantom of the Opera tickets now.

The Phantom of the Opera musical continues to entice crowds with the music of the night at the Majestic Theatre. It's considered the most iconic piece of work from composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, with Charles Hart and Richard Stilgoe also creating the musical. Moreover, it is the longest-running musical in Broadway history, having played the Majestic since 1988. It became the first musical ever to play 10,000 Broadway performances in 2012.

The Phantom of the Opera tells of the treacherous love triangle centered on Christine Daaé, the rising star at the Paris Opera. The Phantom, a mysterious man who dwells in the opera house's underground and hides a hideous deformity behind a mask, battles with Christine's childhood sweetheart Raoul for Christine's affections. The production boasts a plethora of iconic moments, most notably the infamous chandelier that crashes down from the ceiling of the auditorium. There's also the splendorous dance sequence "Masquerade" as well as the descent into the Phantom's underground lair during the title song, and the romantic rooftop ballad of "All I Ask of You." All of these have become synonymous with the standard-bearers of musical theatre.

The musical had its world premiere in London in 1986, winning the Olivier Award for Best Musical. When it transferred to Broadway in 1988, The Phantom of the Opera won Best Musical that year at the Tonys, too, in addition to six other awards. It has been performed in dozens of countries worldwide.

A film adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera was released in December 2004, starring Gerard Butler in the title role. But, the original musical is a Broadway must-see. Visit the angel of music and fall under the Phantom's spell.

Tickets to The Phantom of the Opera in New York are on sale now.

Photos by Matthew Murphy

A hideously deformed Phantom lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, exercising a reign of terror over its occupants. The Phantom falls in love with the young Soprano devoting himself to creating a new star for the Opera by nurturing her extraordinary talents and employing all the skills at his disposal.

Run time

2hr 30min (incl. intermission).

Opening date

January 9th, 1988

Categories

Musicals

Booking from

October 22nd, 2021

Booking until

March 6th, 2021

Previews from

January 9th, 1988

Venue

Majestic Theatre

Age

Children under 4 are not permitted in the theatre.

Cast and creative

By: Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Charles Hart & Richard Stilgoe, with a Book by Richard Stilgoe & Andrew Lloyd Webber
Director: Harold Prince
Producer: Cameron Mackintosh & The Really Useful Theatre Company, Inc
Cast list: Ben Crawford as The Phantom, Emilie Kouatchou as Christine Daaé, John Riddle as Raoul, Bradley Dean as Monsieur André, Craig Bennett as Monsieur Firmin, Raquel Suarez Groen as Carlotta Giudicelli, Maree Johnson as Madame Giry, Carlton Moe as Ubaldo Piangi, Sara Esty as Meg Giry
Design: Maria Bjornso
Lighting: Andrew Bridge
Costume: Maria Bjornso
Choreography: Gillian Lynne
Sound: Mick Potter, based on original sound design by Martin Levan

Latest The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway News & Features

The music of the night will no longer play. Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera is set to end its Broadway run at the Majestic Theatre. The musical's final performance is set for February 18, 2023, shortly after its 35th anniversary on Broadway on January 26.The Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show in Broadway history, but even after closing, it will maintain its record for a while. At the time of closing, Phantom will have played nearly 14,000 performances; the 1996...

He's here, the phantom of the opera...and he's been haunting Broadway since 1988. The Phantom of the Opera, by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, and Richard Stilgoe, is the longest-running Broadway show of all time. This musical has appealed to theatregoers for over three decades, but after a record-breaking run that will go down in history, the music of the night will soon play for the last time when the show closes in February 2023.The Phantom of the Opera is part romance, part Gothic...

Broadway has a new angel of music! Emilie Kouatchou, who has been the Christine Daaé alternate since The Phantom of the Opera reopened in October, will assume the role full-time from Meghan Picerno. Picerno will play her final performance January 23 and Kouatchou will begin on January 26, the 34th anniversary of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway.Kouatchou is making her Broadway debut in the role. In October, she also became the first Black actress to play Christine Daaé on Broadway, and now...

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They'll be singing the music of the night! The full reopening cast of The Phantom of the Opera has been announced, with multiple actors performing in the show as of March 2020 returning to their roles. Returning principal cast members include Ben Crawford as The Phantom, Meghan Picerno as Christine Daaé, John Riddle as Raoul, Bradley Dean as Monsieur André, Craig Bennett as Monsieur Firmin, Raquel Suarez Groen as Carlotta Giudicelli, Maree Johnson as Madame Giry, and Carlton Moe as Ubaldo...

Photo credit: The Phantom of the Opera cast (Photo by Matthew Murphy)

Following the news that Broadway theatres can reopen at full capacity from Sept. 14, 2021, productions are beginning to confirm when they'll resume performances. The Phantom of the Opera will return to the Majestic Theatre from Oct. 22, 2021, continuing its run as the longest-running Broadway musical of all time.The Phantom of the Opera tickets will be on sale soon. Performance dates and a performance schedule are to be released.The Phantom of the Opera is the first show that was shut down by...

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The Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera, the longest-running show in Broadway history, welcomes a new leading lady to its company at the Majestic Theatre tonight. As previously reported, Meghan Picerno assumes the role of Christine Daaé tonight, succeeding Kaley Ann Voorhees, who played her final performance on October 13.Ms. Picerno, who makes her Broadway debut tonight, has previously starred in the celebrated world tour of the musical, and also originated the role of Christine...

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Broadway's longest-running show of all time The Phantom of the Opera is set to reach a monumental milestone in January and will celebrate its 30th Anniversary on the Great White Way. The New York production will have grossed over $1.1 billion at the box office and will have played 12,500 performances to 18 million people at the Majestic Theatre when the musical enters its fourth decade on Broadway. The 30th Anniversary celebration will be held on Wednesday, January 24, 2018.Producers Cameron...

Sierra Boggess assumes the lead female role of 'Christine Daae' on 21 Jan 2013 in Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera, the longest-running show in Broadway history. Boggess, who is assuming the role from Marni Raab, is joining the cast just in time for the show's 25th anniversary which the production will celebrate on 26 Jan 2013. Boggess has been specifically chosen by the creative team to join the cast in time for the production becoming the first Broadway show ever to celebrate...

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