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A Broadway classic, this musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is one of the most popular shows on Broadway. Buy tickets for The Phantom of the Opera, playing at the famous Majestic Theater in New York.
The Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show on Broadway. It is one of the most successful musicals in the history of musical theater. If you have never seen a musical before, The Phantom of the Opera is a perfect place to start. Stunning decorations, acting, and of course the Andrew Lloyd Webber score make Phantom an undying hit.
How long is The Phantom of the Opera?
Running time is 2 hours 30 minutes.
1 intermission of 15 minutes.
Who created The Phantom of the Opera?
Music - Andrew Lloyd Webber
Libretto - Andrew Lloyd Webber and Richard Stilgoe
Lyrics - Charles Hart
Producer - Cameron Mackintosh
Based on the novel by Gaston Leroux.
Where is The Phantom of the Opera performed in New York?
Theater: The Phantom of the Opera has played in New York’s Majestic Theater from the moment it opened in 1988. There are 1,645 seats in the theater. The building was constructed in 1927.
Nearest subway stops: Times Square (subway lines 1, 2, 3, and N, Q, R), 42nd Street - Port Authority Bus Terminal (subway lines A, C, E).
Dress code: there is no official dress code in Broadway theaters. However, smart casual is recommended.
Is Phantom of the Opera suitable for all audiences?
Phantom is good for all ages. Please note that children under 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
The Phantom of the Opera – musical numbers
- Think of Me.
- Angel of Music.
- The Mirror.
- The Phantom of the Opera.
- The Music of the Night.
- I remember/Stranger than You Dreamt it.
- Magical Lasso.
- Prima Donna.
- Poor Fool, he makes me laugh.
- Why Have You Brought Me Here?
- All I Ask of You.
- All I Ask of You (Reprise).
- Twisted Every Way.
- Wishing You Were Somewhere Here Again.
- The Point of No Return.
- Down Once More.