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NYC: The Phantom of the Opera Broadway Tickets

1. NYC: The Phantom of the Opera Broadway Tickets

"The Phantom of the Opera", winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards including Best Musical, and now the longest-running show in Broadway history, is based on the novel by Gaston Leroux. The timeless tale tells the story of the hideously-deformed Phantom who lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, exercising a reign of terror over its occupants. The phantom then falls in love with a young soprano, devoting himself to creating a new star for the opera by nurturing her extraordinary talents and employing all the skills at his disposal. "The Phantom of the Opera" has enchanted audiences with its haunting story and breathtaking music for over 25 years. Now you can experience Broadway's longest-running show, brought to life by Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic score.

Broadway Theatre District Tour

2. Broadway Theatre District Tour

Your tour begins in front of the Majestic Theatre home of the Phantom of the Opera. Your guide will discuss the mega-musical that inhabits the theatre now, and the other famous shows that opened there. Walk down the street to visit the St. James and Broadhurst theatres before stopping at Sardi's to talk about the history of this theatre disctrict watering hole. You'll then head into Shubert Ally, discuss the Shubert Theatre (and the history of the organization) before turning onto 45th Street. 45th Street is a mecca of theatres. It's home to the Booth Theatre, Minskoff Theatre, Schoenfeld Theatre, Jacobs Theatre, Golden Theatre, Hirschfeld Theatre, Imperial Theatre, and Music Box Theatre. See the Marriott Marquis Hotel and visit the Marquis Theatre while discussing the history of the hotel and what used to be where it stands. After leaving the hotel we visit the Richard Rogers Theatre currently home to the Pulitzer Prize smash hit Hamilton than discuss the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.  Next, go to Duffy Square, literally the heart of Times Square where you will learn how this area became the crossroads of the world. After seeing the Palace Theatre head north to visit the Edison Hotel, the Barrymore Theatre, and discuss Hell's Kitchen history. Walk by the Walter Kerr Theatre, the Eugene O'Neill Theatre, The Ambassador Theatre (home to smash hit Chicago), and New World Stages, where you'll learn about Off-Broadway Theatre. End the tour in front of Circle In the Sqaure and Gershwin Theatre (home of the mega smash hit Wicked). 

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What people are saying about Majestic Theatre NY

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 28 reviews

Be sure to have your voucher and even the email you received ready when claiming your ticket. We went to Majestic the day before to get our tickets and I showed the voucher but the man behind the counter wanted me to show him the email I received so I also showed him that as well. We got good seats in orchestra row K with good view of the scene. Be there at least half an hour before as there’ll be a queue and security checks. Also, don’t miss the start of the second act so be sure not to get stuck in the restroom queue.

At the end of the play I felt that no matter how loud I applauded, it was not enough to recognize the excellent work of the team of actors and production of this play. A work where the staging, the music, the singing, the emotions come to us as in life "by surprise" and in this excellent work. Coming from so far just to see her was very gratifying, the applause will not reach you. I recommend it.

Perfectly!

Tickets for the voucher were issued without a queue. The seats in the hall were very good. The theater and the scenery were pleasantly impressed. Read the book in advance

Great performances,magical music,i will see you again!

its amazing.. if you are in NY need see this show.