Phantom to return to Singapore!

The world’s most successful and longest-running show on Broadway – The Phantom of the Opera – is returning to Singapore on Jul 16, 2013, for a strictly limited season.

The award-winning musical is set to take Singapore by storm when the show opens at The MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s critically acclaimed masterpiece is now enjoying its 27th year on the West End stage, and its 26th year on Broadway, and continues to play to full houses around the world.

The Phantom of the Opera has been seen by over 130 million people worldwide, in more than 27 countries, has grossed more than US$5.6 billion and has won over 50 major theatre awards.

Producer Kerry Comerford of The Really Useful Group said “The Phantom of the Opera is an exceptionally unique musical for so many reasons, and sits in a class of its own. It has received incredible acclaim over the years, and to this day remains unrivalled by other musicals in its world-wide successes.

“This touring production of The Phantom of the Opera is as fine as any version you might see on the West End or Broadway – it is the same exquisite design that the audience is familiar with, and we invest a great deal to ensure it is of the highest standards.

“Our stellar cast assembles the industry’s best performers, with members coming from leading entertainment destinations of the world; UK, USA, Europe, Australia and South Africa. The Phantom of the Opera has enjoyed huge success throughout the Asia-Pacific region, having experienced a sold-out season in Singapore in 2007 as well as Shanghai and Seoul, and I am confident that audiences in Singapore will welcome the return of this legendary musical.”

With 130 cast, crew and orchestra members, jaw-dropping scenery, breathtaking special effects and more than 230 costumes by international designer, the late Maria Bjornson, The Phantom of the Opera contains some of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s most famous and stirring music, including “The Phantom of the Opera”, “Music of the Night”, “Angel of Music” and “All I Ask of You”.

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical is based upon the novel Le Fantome De L’Opera by Gaston Leroux.

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19 Responses to Phantom to return to Singapore!

  1. Gabriel Yeap says:

    I’ve gotten VIP tickets for the last show on 11th August and I’m taking my mum with me! Woohoo!

  2. Daphne Tang says:

    Hi im a 15 year old girl anticipating this show. May i know who will be playing the phantom for this show? Thank you.

  3. James says:

    Is the Singapore show, with the original casts from London?

    • Anna says:

      hi there, same doubt with previous posts, is it the same cast from the of the 25thanniversasy , or the new cast will show in Singapore?

  4. amanda says:

    the cast list is out.
    Brad Little – The Phantom
    Christine Daaé – Claire Lyon
    Christine Daaé at certain performances – Kristi Holden
    Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny – Anthony Downing
    Carlotta Giudicelli – Andrea Creighton
    Monsieur Firmin – John O’May
    Monsieur André – Jason Ralph
    Ubaldo Piangi – Thabiso Masemene

    • Kazu says:

      The production is now performing in Bangkok and it is very fabulous show and you will not be disappointed especially Brad Little as The Phantom & Claire Lyon as Christine are so good to be this roles.

    • Cleopetra says:

      Brad Little was the same Phantom for 2007 show in Singapore, he was already great back then.

  5. yvonne yeo says:

    quite disappointed that it isnt the original cast… but still looking forward to it!

    • Fan says:

      original casts won’t be able to perform as well as the newer actors who have taken their place. Original show took place more than 25years ago!

    • Kristal says:

      yvonne, What did u mean by “originial cast”? michael crawford can no longer sing, sarah brightman hasn’t play in the stage as christian for a long time….

  6. fan says:

    Any idea when you would do this in Malaysia?

    • Fun says:

      Yes. Agreed with fan. Looking forward for the show in Malaysia. :)

  7. Ern says:

    Yup. I missed this one in SG last week during my short trip. I didn’t know. Would you come to Malaysia, please? :D

  8. nik says:

    Yahoo!…travelling down south this weekend to SG to see the play with family. :-) Tot 31st August is supposed to be the last day of the play. Now extended to Sunday though :-(

  9. Jeff says:

    i miss the singapore show can someone tell me via email when it coming to singapore again? i want Ramin and Sierra to be cast

  10. jonathancunning says:

    hi phantom of the opera I watch moive about opera chost has face not good

    Christine she was great voice is good that sound and Patrick Wilson Raoul she

    save her she die end movie raouil I love her Christine she kown raouil say

    not a father to have to be Christine she kown now be come musical best

    performance winner

  11. jonathancunning says:

    hi phantom about chost by light your father be come fateful love triangle rest

    night she save not this phantom of the opera she not be come for by

    Christine he be come power for you he will kill you

  12. Christina says:

    Will you come to Hong Kong?

  13. Sid Madan says:


    I was wondering if you could provide me with a contact email address to get in touch with the organizers of international tours for the show? I have a proposal which I would like to share.

    Thanks, I look forward to your reply.


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