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"With the distance of more than a decade - and a couple hundred new musicals - since my last visit, I found myself with a new appreciation for this beloved show's gothic theatricality."

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

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90 of 152 people found the following review helpful:
Time for noise insulation,
Dec 13, 2011
reviewer: from Louisville, KY, USA
I love the Phantom and enjoyed seeing it in NYC last week. However, the street noise through the side exit doors was so loud that it was distracting and difficult, often, to make out what the actors were saying. I think it is time to rennovate!
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79 of 134 people found the following review helpful:
A Must See Show,
Sep 04, 2011
reviewer: from New York, NY USA
When I first heard of this show, I didn't think too much of it. I went because the person I was going with had a free ticket & wanted me to go with her. Once I heard the music, I was immediately hooked onto the performance. The songs the cast sung were very powerful & even in the top row, the audience was moved by it. The story to it all was a romantic-horror show, but none-the-less, an amazing performance. I first saw this when I was 15 and Im 20 now. The show, the songs, everything about the performance will stay with you forever. I know it will for me.
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75 of 127 people found the following review helpful:
Phantom- Phantastic ~ Theater Personnel- Obnoxious!,
Aug 29, 2011
reviewer: from Lexington, KY USA
Okay, I know we were in NYC, but seriously! A floor attendant was barking orders at theater patrons like a bad teacher trying to control the classroom by screaming at the poor students. His performance, was unfortunatley, the one I remembered the most. Please reconsider your technics for audience control. As for the REAL performers, "BRAVO". It was "Phantastic".
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77 of 128 people found the following review helpful:
Simply Haunting,
Jul 28, 2011
reviewer: from Anytown, AT 55555
My daughter and I celebrated her 13th birthday by seeing Phantom at the Majestic as her first Broadway show. No strangers to the stage, she has already performed in 10 musicals, and taken dance for 5 years, while I performed throughout my teen years. I have seen Phantom performed in Toronto previously, which I now know does not hold a candle to the NYC production. The Majestic is a perfect venue, while the set, costumes, and special effects were stunning. The talent of the cast, particularly Hugh Panero, whose performance I daresay rivaled Michael Crawford's was amazing. The power and control of his voice, and his pure tone was the most beautiful thing I have ever heard. Sara Jean Ford interpreted the role of Christine beautifully. We left the theatre in awe, and 2 weeks later are still reeling from the performance. Thanks to the cast and crew for a fantastic show and unforgettable experience. But then, how can you go wrong with an Andrew Lloyd Webber show?! A must see!
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82 of 138 people found the following review helpful:
A triumph of musical theatre,
Jul 28, 2011
reviewer: from New York, New York
I have seen "The Phantom of the Opera" at the Majestic Theatre 16 times. At this point, I simply cannot attend other, lesser shows with the knowledge that this is playing. It has spoiled me in a way no other musical, play, or opera has ever managed to spoil me before. As I write this review, Hugh Panaro and Sara Jean Ford lead the company as the title character and Christine DaaƩ, respectively. Hugh Panaro's voice is sublime; those few high notes that give some Phantoms pause simply do not stand a chance against him. Hearing him sing is like being caressed by an angel. Then you mix Sara in and you feel that you are hearing the personal choir of God almighty. While some Christines struggle in their middle and lower ranges, Sara's voice hits each and every note with a precision I have yet to find in any other performer. These two performers, combined with an excellent supporting cast, a haunting score, and Maria Bjornson's unforgettable scenery and costumes yield an incredible show.
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