September 04, 2015

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A Look Back at Phantom: How Do You Sing "Music of the Night" in Japanese?

To celebrate The Phantom of the Opera's 27th anniversary, Playbill takes a look back at a very special video feature. The longest-running show in Broadway history is also one of the most successful shows in the entire world. Some 100 million people have seen Phantom since it began in London in 1986. Long-time Broadway company member Marni Raab shares stories from her stint as Christine on the world-wide tour and shares clips of Phantom's international companies. See photos from the 25th anniversary.








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