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  The Phantom Of The Opera at Pantages Theatre

The Phantom Of The Opera

Pantages Theatre
6233 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood

Based on the classic novel Le Fantôme de L'Opera by Gaston Leroux, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it. He falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents and by employing all of the devious methods at his command.

Thru - Jul 7, 2019

Tue, Jun 25: 8:00pm
Wed, Jun 26: 8:00pm
Thu, Jun 27: 8:00pm
Fri, Jun 28: 8:00pm
Sat, Jun 29: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sun, Jun 30: 1:00pm & 6:30pm
Mon, Jul 1: 8:00pm
Tue, Jul 2: 8:00pm
Wed, Jul 3: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Fri, Jul 5: 8:00pm
Sat, Jul 6: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sun, Jul 7: 1:00pm


Show Type: Musical


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  The Phantom Of The Opera Reviews
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LA Daily News - Highly Recommended

"...But there's no debating the popularity of this show, and this sit-down of the tour at least highlights the humor - and the music."
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Dany Margolies


Edge - Somewhat Recommended

"...But honestly, it's not going to matter. While this was a prestigious musical back in the '80s, it has become sort of a tourist staple like visiting the Statue of Liberty or the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Everyone has to see it at some point in their life and they'll probably never forget the throbbing techno beat of the theme song or the slow motion crash of the chandelier. The songs, the voices, the sets - all of this will impress those that don't make theatre a regular event. And there's nothing wrong with that. But for those that want a more fulfilling experience, this version will lack the emotional component that is needed to make the Phantom mean something and make us feel something."
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Kevin Taft


On Stage and Screen - Highly Recommended

"...This new production, presented by Cameron Mackintosh and directed by Laurence Connor with choreography by Scott Ambler, is not anything extremely different from previous iterations, but there are a few moments where Phantom diehards may notice a change. Perhaps most notably, the grand staircase that once housed "Masquerade," the triumphant act two opener, is gone, replaced by an opulent hall of mirrors. Mackintosh has said he was aiming for a more organic and realistic feel that fleshes out the sprawling nature of the Opera House, with all its nooks and crannies."
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Erin Conley



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