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The Phantom of the Opera Celebrates 25 Years on Broadway

What would a trip to New York be without the opportunity to catch Broadway’s longest running musical, now in its 25th year, the legendary Phantom of the Opera?

Produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber, this musical version of Gaston Leroux’s famous novel won the Tony for Best Musical the year of its debut in 1988, along with six other Tony awards, and has been going strong ever since. The story of a hideously deformed outcast who spends his life hiding underneath the stage of the Paris Opera House, Phantom is a timeless story of love and redemption, as the phantom falls in love with a chorus girl.

Combining a powerful story line with musical genius and mind-blowing theatrical effects, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s cherished production continues to enthrall audiences nightly, in New York’s Majestic Theatre. Starring Hugh Panaro as the cursed phantom and Sierra Boggess as the hapless chorus girl, the story is as magical as ever and the music is positively mesmerizing.

For anyone visiting New York, this is a must see; a remarkable story in an extraordinary venue that is rapidly becoming something of a national monument. The show, which debuted first in London in 1986 starring Michael Crawford and Sarah Brightman, still continues to captivate audiences simultaneously at Her Majesty’s Theatre in London’s West End, with over 10,000 performances in that setting. There have also been dozens of other productions worldwide during the last 25 years.

New York’s Phantom of the Opera continues to get rave reviews from critics and audiences alike, using words like “spectacular,” “thrill,” “visually overwhelming,” and “extravaganza.” For tickets and showtimes in both New York and London, go to TicketSupply.com and don’t miss this historical Broadway musical!

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