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This lush romantic smash is Broadway’s longest-running show.

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Performances ended on Apr. 16, 2023.

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About The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway

2 hours and 30 minutes, including one intermission.
Children under the age of 4 are not permitted.
Contains live gun shot sounds, strobe lighting, theatrical fog, smoke and pyrotechnics.
Latecomers are seated at the discretion of management.
Previews: Jan 9, 1988 • Opening: Jan 26, 1988 • Closing: Apr 16, 2023
Broadway Musicals Classics Drama Award Winning
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Majestic Theatre
245 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036
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The longest-running show in Broadway history, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera debuted in 1988, winning seven Tony Awards® including Best Musical. Based on Gaston Leroux’s horror novel, it tells the enticing story of the Phantom, who haunts the stage of the Paris Opera and subsequently falls in love with a beautiful young soprano. Audiences are in for a thrilling night of spectacle and romance, accompanied by Broadway’s most unforgettable score.

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Both romantic and scary, The Phantom of the Opera is a thrilling night of theater with grand emotions. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s score, with its beloved signature song “Music of the Night,” sets the mood, but you may also find yourself humming the gorgeous period costumes and simple yet grand sets (even the famous chandelier, which probably falls slower than you’d expect, is a thrill).


A collection of our favorite reviews from professional news sources.

"Phantom rules! It remains as fresh and spectacular as ever. Andrew Lloyd Webber's score has a visceral tug more than almost any score written in the past 20 years. Beautiful and romantic, I have to tip my hat: The Phantom of the Opera has aged divinely."


Roma Torre

"Phantom still delivers the goods! Judging by sheer invention, emotional punch and onstage talent, the venerable blockbuster still beats out almost all of the shippersnappers currently on Broadway. Maria Bjornson's flamboyant gothic design and Harold Prince's fantastical staging still have the gleam of finely polished professionalism."

The New York Times

Jason Zinoman

"Phantom is still wonderful and isn't showing its age one bit! The chandelier still falls on cue and the show still rises to the top of all the musicals ever to appear on Broadway. I hope I listen to the music of the night forever!"

WOR Radio

David Richardson

"It may be possible to have a terrible time at The Phantom of the Opera, but you'll have to work at it. Only a terminal prig would let the avalanche of pre-opening publicity poison his enjoyment of this show, which usually wants nothing more than to shower the audience with fantasy and fun, and which often succeeds, at any price. The physical production, Andrew Bridge's velvety lighting included, is a tour de force throughout–as extravagant of imagination as of budget."

The New York Times

Frank Rich

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Cast & Creative


The Phantom
Meg Giry
Madame Giry
Monsieur Firmin
Monsieur André


Andrew Lloyd Webber
Richard Stilgoe and Andrew Lloyd Webber
Charles Hart
Harold Prince
Gillian Lynne
Set and Costume Designer
Maria Bjornson
Lighting Designer
Andrew Bridge
Sound Designer
Martin Levan
Andrew Lloyd Webber and David Cullen
Musical Director
David Caddick
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