The Phantom of the Opera Tickets
Majestic Theatre | Manhattan, New York
If you want to witness the finest in awesome theatrical productions, then your search ends today, because The Phantom of the Opera is coming back to New York City, New York for a special live appearance on Saturday 11th April 2020 at the iconic Majestic Theatre. This award-winning theater group has won fans all across the country with their unforgettable performances which have a history of sell-out crowds and this April may be your last chance to see them perform live while they are in the state. Critics often say that The Phantom of the Opera is the can’t-miss performance of 2020 with many fans sharing rave reviews across social media. If you have never seen this awesome company perform live, then now is the time to see what all the hype is all about. To get your tickets, click the Buy Tickets button today. But act quickly, because The Phantom of the Opera and the Majestic Theatre will sell out quick!
Obsession, madness, and jealousy married to catchy tunes and flamboyant costumes.
These are just some of the reasons why The Phantom of the Opera remains a staple of international musical theatre over three decades.
Ever since its premiere in London in 1986, the Andrew Lloyd Weber production has been performed virtually every night and remains a staple of both London’s West End and New York’s Broadway theatre districts.
With the story juxtaposing between the rich and vibrant theatre scene to the cold and murky underworld where the Phantom resides, big production values are necessary to do the tale justice.
The Broadway Entertainment version delivers. The scenery changes seamlessly, courtesy of stage backdrops descending or entering from the stage wings. There are over 200 costumes, each filled with great detail. From the lush regalia worn by the French nobility to the lavish ballgowns and ballet attire worn by the characters involved in the theatre-side of the tale. The Phantom’s Gothic lair is also beautifully realized with candelabras and exquisite furniture steeped in a smoke-machine-created fog. With chandeliers crashing to the floor, a boat cruising a Parisian canal and dramatic use of stage lighting, the production is visually appealing.