Broadway production breaks another record…

PRESS RELEASE: Longest-Running Show in Broadway History To Celebrate Unprecedented 22nd Anniversary on January 26

The longest-running show in Broadway history, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, last week broke the house record at The Majestic Theatre (247 West 44th Street) to have its best weekly gross in the production’s nearly 22 year history. For the week ending January 3, 2010, the production grossed $1,374,874.96 for 8 performances. This surpasses the show’s previous record of $1,371,452.50 for the week ending January 1, 2006 (which, notably, was a 9-performance week). Set to celebrate an unprecedented 22 Years on Tuesday, January 26, the Cameron Mackintosh/Really Useful Group, Inc. production, directed by Harold Prince, continues to play at The Majestic with no end in sight.

Find ticket information for the New York production here.

2 Responses to Broadway production breaks another record…

  1. James says:

    I just LOVE William Joseph !! On Oct 30 /08,he came to my town of Brampton Ontario.We were in the 2nd row dead centre He is truly aminazg in person, and these videos.William also came out to the foyer, and met his fans. He signed autographs, and had his picture taken. I had my pic taken with him and talked with him. He is truly a sweet gentleman and VERY VERY TALENTED !!!

  2. James says:

    I just LOVE William Joseph !! On Oct 30 /08,he came to my town of Brampton Ontario.We were in the 2nd row dead centre He is truly aminazg in person, and these videos.William also came out to the foyer, and met his fans. He signed autographs, and had his picture taken. I had my pic taken with him and talked with him. He is truly a sweet gentleman and VERY VERY TALENTED !!!

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