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  • The Phantom of the Opera NYC is based on the 1910 novel by Gaston Leroux.
  • The Phantom Broadway debuted at the Majestic Theater on Jan. 9, 1988.
  • The Phantom of the Opera NYC features a memorable score by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, and Richard Stilgoe.

Show Info

Show Dates:
Jan. 9, 1988 - Ongoing

Performance Times:
Mon. 8pm, Tues. 7pm, Wed. 2pm and 8pm, Thurs.-Fri. 8pm, Sat. 2pm and 8pm

Running Time:
2 hours 30 minutes

Majestic Theater
245 West 44th Street
New York, New York 10036

Nearest Transit:
8th Ave-42nd St (A, C, E, 1, 2, 3, S, 7, N, Q, R, W); 42nd St-5th Ave-6th Ave (7, B, D, F, V)

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Age Restriction:
Ages 4 and up

25 ticket limit per 7 day period

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Features: Based on the 1910 novel by Gaston Leroux, the Tony Award-winning Phantom of the Opera tells the story of the hideously deformed Phantom who lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, terrorizing its occupants. When the Phantom falls in love with the young and talented soprano Christine, he finds himself town between the two sides of his personality - that side that is devoted to love, and that side that is nurtured by hate.

Why We Go: As a Broadway classic, pop-culture phenomenon, and one of the most lucrative entertainment enterprises of all time, The Phantom of the Opera NYC is a must-see. Full of mystery, romance, and suspense, The Phantom on Broadway is sure to impress even the stingiest critics with its timeless score and its haunting cast performances. 

  • Awards: The Phantom of the Opera NYC was the winner of seven Tony Awards in 1988, including Best Musical, Best Direction of a Musical, Best Book of a Musical, Best Scenic Design, Best Costume Design, and Best Lighting Design. 
  • Outstanding Score: Nominated for a Tony Award in 1988, the unmistakable score to The Phantom of the Opera NYC was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Charles Hart, and Richard Stilgoe and features classics such as the memorable title song and "The Music of the Night."
  • Hugh Panaro: One of the few actors to have been cast as both the Phantom and Raoul in the Broadway production of The Phantom NYC, Hugh Panaro made his Broadway debut in the original production of Les Misérables as Marius and has since gone on to win acclaim for his performance as Fagin in Oliver!

Inside Knowledge: First opening in 1988, The Phantom of the Opera NYC is the longest-running and most financially successful musical in Broadway history; indeed, with $5.1 billion of worldwide box office receipts, it is the most lucrative entertainment event of all time.

Do's and Don'ts:

  • Do Enjoy Discounts: The promo offers tickets to The Phantom on Broadway and other Broadway shows at significantly discounted rates. Definitely worth looking into.
  • Do Bring Tissues: Those prone to tears will want to bring tissues, as The Phantom of the Opera, while romantic, is ultimately quite tragic.
  • Don't Wait to Buy Tickets:  Buy your tickets in advance to make sure you get a good seat (those seated in the central lower level will enjoy a special surprise).
  • Don't Bring the Kids: While children ages four and up are welcomed in the theater, The Phantom on Broadway, with its subtle intrigues and intense final act, may be too frightening for some children and too slow-paced for others. This is a show best enjoyed by adults.

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