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PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

Now showing, Open Run

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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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42 of 63 people found the following review helpful:
As Good As It Gets,
Mar 24, 2014
reviewer: from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
I originally saw this show on Broadway a few years ago and was deeply affected (and I am a stoic guy).But this show exceeded all expectations : not only was the production far more creative and colorful, there was a certain sense of humor at times. Also, the show seemed a little shorter and therefore tighter.However, by far and away, the transcendent performances of the "Beauty" and Phantom were stunning. The Phantom evoked the sense of pain/ angst we all feel at some point in our lives, made all the more poignant by the remarkable Beauty, who radiated the beautiful and necessary elements of innocence, yet more, a truly idyllic female with which to contrast the Phantom's fate.And of course their voices were magnificent, full of energy and emotions. A must experience.
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42 of 62 people found the following review helpful:
Excellent,
Mar 22, 2014
reviewer: from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
SAW IN LONDON AND NEW YORK AND WILL SEE IT IN PHILADELPHIA IN A COUPLE OF WEEKS....BEST SHOW EVER..I HOPE THE NEW PRODUCTION IS JUST AS GOOD...EVERYONE SHOULD SEE IT.....
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33 of 49 people found the following review helpful:
Amazing production,
Feb 09, 2014
reviewer: from Chicago, Illinois
The 5th time I've seen the Phantom and I was not disappointed. This production although different was still outstanding . The cast was terrific and I did not want to see the performance end! Loved every minute of it!
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33 of 48 people found the following review helpful:
All in all, AMAZING!,
Feb 04, 2014
reviewer: from Chicago, Illinois
First off, I just have to say that Cooper Grodin (Phantom) has the voice that will warm the cold off of your frostbitten cheeks and melt your heart into a puddle of pure satisfaction. That man can sing! The rest of the cast did not fall short. Julia Udine (Christine) is very talented and likable. The choreography was impressive, the singing was phenomenal, (although a bit enigmatic at some parts), and the set was unbelievable. The small changes made to the plot are refreshing and entertaining. However, I did not feel a strong emotional bond between the Phantom and Christine, and between Christine and Raul. (Ben Jacoby). I didn't feel as if Raul and Christine passionately loved each other, or that Christine thought of the Phantom as anything else but a creep. Also, for a Phantom newbie, like my fiancé, some parts were confusing. I had to explain during intermission. Overall, a fantastic play! My sister went with her middle school choir, she loved it! I Recommend this for your family!
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39 of 55 people found the following review helpful:
Phantom January 22, 2014 FIRE THOMAS THE USHER!,
Jan 27, 2014
reviewer: from New York, New York
Theatre was beautiful, front door staff was friendly. Needed Handicap access but none, this was a problem.

 

Thomas, one of the ushers was RUDE! He spoke to everyone like they were a child and as he put it "getting on his last nerve". He yelled as patrons reached to pick up a Playbill, "Put those back, PUT THOSE BACK!" " This is NOT a buffet you do not help yourself.". He was impatient with everyone. I suggest if he doesn't like working with the public he chose another profession! Our seats were on row two of the Mezzanine and right by the stairs, so we had no choice but to hear him rant on and on! Visiting from TX I will say most other New Yorkers were friendly an d hospitable but Thomas left a sour note in our head!

 

Sorry Thomas but your need to be fired!

 

Vicki Cluley940.782.9194cluley8@sbcglobal.net
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