The Phantom of the Opera

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The Phantom of the Opera
The Phantom of the Opera

The Phantom of the Opera

Running Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes
Intermission: Yes
 

About
For more than 25 years, this has been the Broadway musical all others are measured against. The timeless story, the unforgettable score, the undeniable obsession that could never die... Winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stunning masterwork is more than just the longest-running musical in Broadway history—it’s an international phenomenon that unmasks emotions like no other show can, leaving audiences everywhere breathless. Now it’s your turn to surrender to Broadway’s most haunting love story.


Standard Schedule
Schedule can vary by performance and is subject to change.
Monday: 8PM
Tuesday: 7PM
Wednesday: 8PM
Thursday: 2PM & 8PM
Friday: 8PM
Saturday: 2PM & 8PM
Sunday: No Performance

Critics' Recap

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Workshop Information
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Study Guide
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Categories

Musical, Student & Family Friendly

Theatre

Majestic Theatre

247 West 44th Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues)

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Group Minimum

10

For Ages?

Broadway's longest running show, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has been thrilling audiences for over two and a half decades. Some frightening stage effects and the Phantom's disfigurement may score younger children; recommended for older elementary school and up.

CAST
 

JAMES BARBOUR - The Phantom of the Opera 
James has starred on Broadway as Sydney Carton in A Tale of Two Cities (Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle awards nominations), Czolgosz in Assassins, The Beast in Beauty & the Beast, Billy Bigelow in Carousel, Officer Lockstock in Urinetown and Edward Rochester in Jane Eyre (Drama League nomination).  James also appeared on Broadway in Cyrano, opposite Jeremy Irons in Camelot and in the national tour of The Secret Garden.  Other recent credits: Jean Valjean in Les Misérables (LA Ovation Award, Best Actor), Daryl Van Horne in The Witches of Eastwick (U.S. premiere), Daddy Hogan in Anna Nicole (BAM).  TV: “The District,” “Just Shoot Me,” “Flashpoint,” “Sex and the City,” “Ed,” “That’s Life,” “Beauty & the Beast in Concert” (CBS), “Great Performances,” “An American Experience,” “A Tale of Two Cities” (PBS). Film: Alchemy, Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights, Waiting for Lefty, Twinkle Toes with Sally Kirkland.

ALI EWOLDT - Christine Daaé
Ali Ewoldt made her Broadway debut in 2006 in Mr. Mackintosh’s first Broadway revival of Les Misérables as Cosette. She joins direct from playing Tuptim in the Chicago Lyric Opera production of The King & I. She also appeared in the original cast of the current Lincoln Center Theater production. Other credits include Luisa in The Fantasticks (Off-Broadway), Maria in West Side Story (first national tour), Lili in Carnival! (Musicals Tonight) and the national tour of Les Misérables. BA in Psychology from Yale University.

RODNEY INGRAM - Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny
Rodney Ingram is elated to join the Phantom cast! He was last seen understudying the title role in Disney’s Aladdin on Broadway. Regional credits include Little Women (Laurie, Theatre Aspen), The Little Mermaid (Prince Eric, WPPAC), Kiss Me Kate (Gremio, Gretna Theatre).
 


CREATIVE

Harold Prince - Director

Harold directed the premiere productions of Cabaret, Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, The Phantom of the Opera, She Loves Me, Company, Follies, Candide, Pacific Overtures, Evita and Parade.

Cameron Mackintosh - Producer
For nearly 50 years Cameron Mackintosh has been producing more musicals than anyone else in history, including the three longest-running musicals of all time, Les Misérables, The Phantom of the Opera and Cats, which are still running extraordinarily successfully across the world.

Andrew Lloyd Webber - Composer, Book, Co-Orchestrator
Webber is the composer of The Likes of Us, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat®, Jesus Christ Superstar, By Jeeves, Evita, Variations and Tell Me On A Sunday later combined as Song & Dance, Cats, Starlight Express, The Phantom of the Opera, Aspects of Love, Sunset Boulevard, Whistle Down the Wind, The Beautiful Game, The Woman in White, Love Never Dies and Stephen Ward. He composed the film scores of Gumshoe and The Odessa File and a setting of the Latin Requiem mass.

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