Based on the classic novel by Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera tells the story of the hideously deformed and masked Phantom who lurks beneath the stage of the Paris Opera, exercising a reign of terror over its occupants in his quest to turn the young soprano he loves into a star.
Written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Phantom of the Opera won 7 Tony Awards®, has grossed over US$3.2 billion, and has been seen by over 100 million people.
History in the making
The Phantom of the Opera surpassed Cats to become the longest-running show on the Great White Way in early January of 2006. And Howard McGillin, the longest-running Phantom, returned to play the masked man on October 3, 2005. Be part of this historical show and book your tickets today.
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- Admission to The Phantom of the Opera
2 hours and 30 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission
Majestic Theatre, New York
All seats are located in the equally priced Orchestra or Front Mezzanine sections; seats will be assigned based on best available.
You should arrive 45–60 minutes prior to the beginning of the performance. All persons entering the theater, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Children 3 and younger are not permitted in the theater.
|After you book your ticket, follow these 3 easy steps:|
1. Print your voucher; locate the voucher in your travel confirmation email or in the My Trips/My Itineraries link on the site.
2. Follow the redemption instructions on your voucher; it is critical to do this before you depart.
3. Take all vouchers with you; you must redeem 1 voucher per person.
Exchange your voucher for ticket:
Tickets are held at the Majestic Theatre box office under your name, as displayed on your voucher. Voucher(s) and photo identification must be presented to the box office prior to entry to the theater. Please arrive 4560 minutes prior to the beginning of the performance; everyone entering the theater must have a ticket. Ticketing provided by Broadway Inbound.
|Terms and conditions|
|Children younger than 4 are not permitted in the theater. Under New York City law, all cell phones and beepers must be turned off prior to the start of the show. Please note that some shows will not seat late arrivals until a suitable pause in the performance; late seating is entirely at the theater management's discretion.|
Cancellations and Changes: This Activity cannot be changed or cancelled. No refunds, credits, exchanges, or cancellations of this Activity are allowed. Refunds will not be issued for unused or partially used attractions or services.