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Here's your chance to meet members of the cast of Phantom of the Opera. NewYork.com's Connected to Broadway Series includes a 90-minute cocktail party before the show, preferred seats for the performance, and a moderated chat with cast members after the curtain. The event takes place Thursday, August 22, 2013.
Thanks to NewYork.com's Connected to Broadway Series, you can now get up-close-and-personal with the cast of some of Broadway's biggest shows. There is a limited number of tickets to these exclusive events that include a reception before the show, preferred tickets, and a post-show chance to meet members of the cast.
The event gets you into the theater before the rest of the audience, kicking off with a 90-minute cocktail party that includes hors d'oeuvres. Then you will see the show from a preferred seat in the orchestra or front mezzanine. After the curtain goes down, you won't have to leave with the crowd. Instead, you will take your seat in the front rows for a moderated meet-and-greet with members of the cast.
The Phantom of the Opera
event takes place on August 22, 2013 at the Majestic Theater. Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's epic musical, celebrating its 25th year on Broadway, is one of the longest-running hits on the Great White Way. The tale is set in a Parisian opera house at the turn of the century, and revolves around a masked genius who becomes obsessed with Christine, the ingénue. The score and the music are instantly recognizable, including standards like "The Music of the Night" and "Think of Me." And even if you have seen the show before, the climactic crashing of the chandelier will take your breath away.
Did you know?
The Phantom of the Opera has been seen by an estimated 130 million people worldwide.
The chandelier is decorated with approximately 6,000 beads.