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The Phantom of the Opera is Reopening on Broadway!
Scarlet May 6th, 2021
The 19-month wait is coming to an end, the longest-running show is returning to Broadway!
Phantom of the opera reopens on broadway october 22
After a long and quiet 19-month wait, Broadway's longest-running show in history, The Phantom of the Opera sets its reopening date for October 22! The angel of music can sing once again.
The announcement came shortly after the news of Broadway reopening to full capacity as early as September 14. The Phantom of the Opera joins Diana and the revival of The Music Man in announcing their Broadway returns. Guidelines may change in the run up to its reopening, but the production is preparing itself for audiences to return in full capacity. You will be required to don the Phantom's signature look (wearing a mask) and provide proof of either vaccination or a negative test result.
During the shutdown, Phantom remained very present for their fans (phans), with streaming presentations, casting notices, virtual reunions and Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber making the full musical available to watch for a limited time on YouTube.
What Is Phantom of the Opera about?
Underneath the Paris Opera House, there lurks the Phantom. Horribly deformed and mentally unstable, he stalks the building's cellars, plotting malevolent acts against the Opera's owners and whichever actors dare to take to the stage. Despite his terrible reign, he is infact blessed with extraordinary musical talent, and when one day he spies the beautiful singer Christine Daae, he knows he has found the star who can truly do his own music justice. Yet Christine is engaged to another, and blinded by jealousy, The Phantom kidnaps her and takes her to his lair in the Opera's foundations.
Though she's terrified at first, Christine begins to understand the awful events which have turned the Phantom into a monster. But will Christine empathy be enough to put a stop to the Phantom's reign of terror, or will the murderous mob, led by Christine's fiance, get to him first?
We look forward to seeing you all back at the theater!
The sight was as unbelievableand fantastically theatricalas "Phantom's" own perseverance, as memorable as a Broadway show returning to performances as it has for 32 years and as an opera ghost, slighted yet determined, in search of love.