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If you have not yet seen the longest running show in the history of Broadway, you may want to get yourself a seat for a performance of "The Phantom of the Opera". Any performance will be stunning thanks to the music, costumes, and the famous story.
Few people of the modern era remain unaware of the famous story behind the "Phantom of the Opera" and whether introduced to it through a modern film version or the terrifying silent film from 1925, it is a story for all time.
The contemporary musical version was originally created by Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1986 and opened in England. It eventually came to New York and has been running on Broadway for more than two decades. It won the Tony award as the best musical and is consistently viewed as a "must see " show when on a visit to the "Big Apple". Fortunately, the touring version became available in the United States during 2013 and beyond, and this means that thousands can take in the splendor and spectacle of the tale.
Focused on "Erik", the Phantom of the title, it becomes a love triangle between beautiful Christine, heroic Raoul, and the warped and torn Erik. Christine receives a role in the Paris Opera and is continually hearing a lovely voice that seems to sing especially for her. She befriends the owner of this voice, who also offers to help her improve her own singing. This sets the stage for the rest of the tale to ensue.
Equal parts mystery and romance, the story usually succeeds in captivating audiences. The terror of the Phantom and the beauty of the sets and costumes are only part of the experience. The special effects and the amazing orchestrations also carry the viewers away into the heart of the tale.
If you are interested in one of the most impressive stage experiences of all times, you must make a point of catching a performance of "The Phantom of the Opera" whether in a major city or on the upcoming tour. You will find yourself humming the different tunes and songs long after the show is over, and you might catch yourself buying tickets to see it again.