The Phantom of the Opera ends its run on Broadway

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It’s true, The Phantom of the Opera ends its historic run on Broadway, E! News has learned. Andrew Lloyd WebberThe musical, which has been on Broadway for 34 years, will officially bring down the chandelier for the last time in February 2023, but not before commemorating its 35th anniversary.

Producer Cameron Mackintosh said in a statement to E! News, “All the shows are finally coming to an end, and after lengthy discussions between The Shuberts, The Really Useful Group, Andrew and myself, we have concluded that the right time to Phantom was after the show’s 35th anniversary on February 18 – a double celebration of Phantomis a phenomenal success.”

As for Phantom productions around the world? Mackintosh confirmed that international productions will continue, including the scaled-down London West End production (which launched after it closed during the pandemic), production in Australia and the first Mandarin production, which is set to debut in China next year.

He even teased that a Broadway revival could happen, adding, “Our gratitude to American audiences who fell in love with The Phantom is endless.”

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