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MAJESTIC THEATER

247 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036

PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Now showing, Open Run

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Tony Winner

Tony Winner

Mr. Lewis makes a fine meal of the role. His Phantom is imposing in his willfulness, as his lustrous voice comes booming down from the heavens, and touching in his energetic but unrequited love for Christine.

Charles Isherwood, The New York Times

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Completly Astounded !,
May 13, 2010
reviewer: from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I am 15 years old and went to see the Phantom of the Opera as a late Christmas gift and could not wait to see it live after falling in love with the movie and book. When I went, I sat in the orchestra section and the view was spectacular. My mother went with me to see it and had no idea of anything having to do with the Phantom and she loved it. I cannot express how much of a state of awe I was in the entire show, especially the ending. I wanted to practically cry because it was over even though I knew it was coming. I bought various items of nice merchandise and recommend it to everyone! I am attempting to persuade my mother into seeing it again, this time with my brother and step-father!
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Wonderful first musical!,
May 01, 2010
reviewer: from New England, USA
This was my first time seeing a broadway musical and my parents took me to see Phantom of the Opera at the Majestic Theater. It was such a breathtaking experience! The singers were excellent and operatic. You couldn't ask for better melodies, because the music is haunting and beautiful. I still have many of the songs stuck in my head from seeing the musical. I saw this on a friday night at 8pm and Paul A. Schaeffer played the phantom, not John Cudia. Nonetheless, he did a fabulous job and I was thoroughly impressed with the entire musical. You will not regret seeing this show!
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The Best Show On Broadway,
Apr 13, 2010
reviewer: from Virginia
I read the book, saw the movie, seen the play 3 times... and on my way to see it the fourth time... I never get tired of it... I always cry at the end... I love it so much! Its my birthday present from my parents... LOVE IT! RECOMMEND IT FOR EVERYONE! Phenomenal! Breath-taking!
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Absolutely incredible.,
Apr 01, 2010
reviewer: from New York, USA
After the performance, everyone in the group was speecheless. Everything was...to say the least, incredible. Everything from the singing, dancing and acting was flawless. You could tell all the actors and actresses really had a deep personal connection with all of their roles. Anyone reading this I would reccomend and suggest this beautiful musical 100% Thank you, Jennifer Hope Willis, and John Cudia, for making yesterday MAGICAL. :)
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A True Feat of Broadway,
Dec 25, 2009
reviewer: from West Chester, PA
Wow. Nothing I say can ever make up for the show. It is AMAZING! If you're a Broadway fan you HAVE to see it. I saw it twice, once in Philly in 2006 (As my fisrt show) then this past October (2009) in NYC with school. The sets, effects, costumes, story, music...everything is the best. I look back on it and I get chills when I think of the Overture and the Boat Scene. It's great for the family. The only scary part is 2 seconds long. Also, near the theatre is The Hard Rock Cafe (which is where we ate with school) SEE IT!
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