Phantom to Leave Longtime San Francisco Haunt, Dec. 13

News   Phantom to Leave Longtime San Francisco Haunt, Dec. 13
 
Andrew Lloyd Webber's international hit musical, The Phantom of the Opera, will leave one of its longtime haunts, San Francisco's Curran Theatre, Sunday, Dec. 13, one day after the production's fifth anniversary. The show will have played 2,102 performances at the Curran, making it the longest-running musical in Frisco history, according to the production's press rep, Shannon Raffetto.

Andrew Lloyd Webber's international hit musical, The Phantom of the Opera, will leave one of its longtime haunts, San Francisco's Curran Theatre, Sunday, Dec. 13, one day after the production's fifth anniversary. The show will have played 2,102 performances at the Curran, making it the longest-running musical in Frisco history, according to the production's press rep, Shannon Raffetto. Phantom opened at the Curran on Dec. 12, 1993. The show has since packed in over 3 million people and grossed $150 million.

The Bay Area cast features Franc D'Ambrosio as The Phantom, Lisa Vroman as Christine and Christopher Carl as Raoul.

For information, call (415) 551 2020.

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