Phantom's D'Ambrosio Will Bring Broadway to the Triad

News   Phantom's D'Ambrosio Will Bring Broadway to the Triad Franc D'Ambrosio, who played the title role in the San Francisco production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera for six years, will go it solo at the Triad Theatre Jan. 21.

At 9:30 PM the singing actor will present Franc D'Ambrosio's Broadway, which was written and directed by Abe Reynolds. The concert features musical direction by John Boswell with arrangements by Reynolds and Boswell. Franc D'Ambrosio starred in the San Francisco production of The Phantom of the Opera for six years. Having performed that role 2,600 times, he was given the title "The World's Longest-Running Phantom" in 1998. The actor-singer earned a National Theatre Award nomination for Best Male Performer in a Musical for his work as Tony in the pre-Broadway tour of Copacabana. He was also seen as Anthony Corleone, Al Pacino's opera-singing son, in "The Godfather Part III."

D'Ambrosio will soon begin touring his new show, Franc D'Ambrosio's Hollywood, which celebrates the music of the motion pictures.

The Triad Theatre is located in Manhattan at 151 West 72nd Street. There is a $25 cover and a two-drink minimum. Call (212) 362-2590 for reservations or visit www.triadtheatre.com.

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