George Lee Andrews Chats About 22 Years in Phantom (Video) | Playbill

PlayBlog George Lee Andrews Chats About 22 Years in Phantom (Video)
Actor George Lee Andrews recently filmed an interview discussing his 22 years in the Broadway production of Phantom of the Opera. The interview is available courtesy of Phantom’s YouTube channel.

Andrews, who holds a Guinness World Record for having the longest run in a single show, talks about how he got cast in Phantom and what he enjoys about staying in the production. He initially began as an ensemble member and has since moved up to play both opera managers, Monsieur Firmin and the role he currently plays, Monsieur André.

Andrews’ other stage credits include A Little Night Music, On the Twentieth Century, Merlin, The Fantasticks and Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris.

The Phantom of the Opera is currently playing at the Majestic Theatre.

— Thomas Peter

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