The Phantom of the Opera at The Stranahan Theater

. December 1, 2016.
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The longest running Broadway show, with over 10,000 performances, makes its way to the Stranahan in Toledo as part of its North American Tour. The classic musical, written by Andrew Lloyd Webber, which is based on a book by Gaston Leroux, which tells the story of a beautiful opera singer who becomes the obsession of a man whose disfigurement has forced him to live underneath the opera house. This hauntingly spectacular show features famous songs such as “The Phantom of the Opera,” “All I ask of you,” and “Masquerade.” The updated costume, scenic designs, and orchestration creates a much grander to amaze audiences of all ages.

Dec. 4th | 2pm | Tickets are available at the Stranahan theater box office. The Stranahan Theater | 4645 Heatherdowns Blvd | Toledo | Ohio (419) 381-8851 | Stranahantheater.org

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