Phantom of the Opera broadway show is coming to Dallas! I love that while we are now where near broadway, our city has a thriving arts calendar. Here are all the details about Phantom’s visit to Dallas.
Phantom Comes to Dallas
If you are Christmas’d out – change that tune with some Phantom! Dallas Summer Musicals is bringing the Phantom of the Opera broadway show to the Fair Park Music Hall this holiday season. This renowned musical is a classic, something you and your family won’t want to miss.
Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA for its highly anticipated return to Dallas, presented by Dallas Summer Musicals and Broadway Across America at The Music Hall at Fair Park Dec. 19 through Jan 6.
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To purchase tickets, visit DallasSummerMusicals.org, call 800-745-3000 or visit the Music Hall at Fair Park’s Box Office at 909 1st Avenue, Dallas TX 75210.
Ticket prices start at $26 (pricing subject to change).
Longest Running Musical
Let’s talk about run time. WOW. Phantom of the Opera is the longest running musical on Broadway! It is currently in it’s 30th year on Broadway.
The Phantom of the Opera broadway show in Dallas has just announced their cast!
- Quentin Oliver Lee will portray the man behind the mask, The Phantom
- Eva Tavares as Christine Daaé
- Jordan Craig as Raoul
- Trista Moldovan as ‘Carlotta Giudicelli,’
- David Benoit as Monsieur Firmin
- Rob Lindley as Monsieur André
- Susan Moniz as Madame Giry
- Phumzile Sojola as Ubaldo Piangi
- SarahGrace Mariani as Meg Giry
The Ensemble includes Adam Bashian, Stephen Mitchell Brown, Daniella Dalli, Kaitlyn Davis, Tynan Davis, Dan Debenport, Patrick Dunn, Mark Emerson, Jordan Ensign, David Foley, Jr., Emma Grimsley, Jim Hogan, Edward Juvier, Adryan Moorefield, Sarah Mossman, Shane Ohmer, Constantine Pappas, Lily Rose Peck, Herb Porter, Nicholas Ranauro, Stephen Tewksbury, Carmen Vass, Jessica Wagner, Victor Wallace, Micki Weiner and Marguerite Willbanks. The Corps de Ballet includes McKenna Birmingham, Daniela Filippone, Charlotte Hovey, Jordan Lombardi, Danielle Reinstein and Tara Sweeney.