Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera at the Pantages Theatre
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The last date listed for Phantom of the Opera was Wednesday February 11, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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After dazzling audiences in New York and Boston -- and winning the 2013 Tony Award for Best Musical revival -- this exciting new staging of Pippin comes to the Pantages. This updated version of the Broadway classic infuses the production with amazing acrobatics and wondrous magical feats, along with the music and lyrics of Stephen Schwartz, award-winning composer of Wicked and Godspell. With classic songs "Corner of the Sky," "No Time at All," "Magic to Do" and "Extraordinary," and recreated versions of Bob Fosse's original choreography, this sexy and sophisticated version of Pippin tells the story of the son of Charlemagne, leader of the Holy Roman Empire, who goes on a death-defying journey to find meaning in life. He encounters love, sex, war and politics, and must ultimately choose between a life that's ordinary or a flash of singular glory. Learn More
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Not counting the mannerless and uncouth people sitting behind us, who kept on talking (LOUDLY), the night would have been perfect. The show was awesome! The actors were all great. And oh, the costumes are beautiful! For the $44 ($88 regular...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“God’s gift to the musical theatre.” — The London Sunday Times
The Phantom of the Opera became the longest-running show in Broadway history on January 9, 2006, when it played performance #7,486 – surpassing the 7,485 performance run of Cats.
The Broadway production has grossed over $675 million, more than any other show in Broadway history.
The dazzling replica of the Paris Opera House chandelier features 6,000 beads. It weighs one ton and has traveled 3,201,776 feet (606 miles). The original version (in London) was built by 5 people in 4 weeks.
There have been four U.S. productions: New York and three national tours. The First National Tour played Los Angeles and San Francisco for a combined total run of almost 10 years. The Second National Tour had an eight and a half year run. The Third National Tour (the only production currently touring the U.S.) has played over 6,000 performances celebrated its Fifteenth Anniversary on the road in December 2007.