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Due to high demand, ‘The Phantom of the Opera” will be extended Broadway run for an additional eight weeks

The night’s music will continue for eight more weeks than anticipated.

The Broadway musical “The Phantom of the Opera” was announced in September as closing due to declining ticket sales. However, plans have since changed.

Cameron Mackintosh (the show’s producer) announced Tuesday that the show would now run through April 16.

According to The New York Times, the longest-running Broadway show earned $2.2 million last week thanks to unexpected sales gains and a busy Thanksgiving week.

Mackintosh said to the Times, “What an incredible response there has been for the show ending.” “We have sold almost everything we had on sale.”

In January, the musical will mark its 35th anniversary.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s music is “Phantom”. It features a haunting Paris Opera House masked lover of music.

Hal Prince is the Broadway director. The show was nominated for seven Tony Awards in 1988.

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