Phantom of the Opera Milwaukee Tickets
Phantom of the Opera Milwaukee tickets are among the most sought-after musical treats in Milwaukee this year. The touring production of Phantom of the Opera is visiting the city for a limited engagement at the Marcus Center. The musical initially opened in 1986 at London’s West End and has since captured the hearts of many with its touching tale and brilliant music. In 2012, the show celebrated its ten-thousandth Broadway performance. With an estimated Broadway gross total of more than eight hundred million, the show is the biggest financial success to date. Come watch the story of the beautiful and gifted Christine Daaé whose voice compels the opera’s disfigured musical genius to reveal himself. With its magic, tragedy and charm, this is one perfect love story.
Broadway’s longest running show, Phantom of the Opera, is coming to Milwaukee to be performed at the Marcus Center for Performing Arts. The staging is part of the musical’s touring production by Cameron Mackintosh, featuring Andrew Lloyd Webber’s critically acclaimed musical score. This new production brings us breathtaking new scenic designs by Paul Brown. The costumes are done by Maria Bjronson. The musical’s new creative team includes choreographer Scott Ambler and staging director Laurence Connor. The performance boasts of brilliant special effects that include its legendary chandelier.
This heartwarming story and its beautiful songs will played by an orchestra and cast of fifty-two, making the production one of the biggest to tour. It will include the performance of ever-beloved tracks such as Masquerade, Music of the Night and All I Can Ask of You. Critics have been raving about the production calling it ‘better and bigger than ever before’. Phantom of the Opera Milwaukee tickets are up for grabs, so hurry to book yours.
Phantom of the Opera Milwaukee show will be performed at Marcus Center’s Uihlein Hall which is designed particularly for the performance of musicals, operas, theatrical productions, dance programs and orchestral concerts, among other events. The hall can seat up to twenty-three hundred guests and is the biggest theater the Marcus Center has to offer. Other Broadway shows being hosted at the Center include War Horse, Flashdance the Musical and Evita, which are all touring productions. Don’t miss Phantom of the Opera at the Marcus Center.