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The Phantom of the Opera

It is 1911 and the contents of the Paris Opera House are being auctioned off. Present are the auctioneer, porters and bidders. Raoul, now seventy years old and in a wheelchair, buys a poster and a music box. As the auctioneer displays the Opera House chandelier, he explains that it is connected with the legend of The Phantom of the Opera. With a flash of light, the audience is flung back in time, when the Paris Opera was at its height.

The winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has been seen by over 140 million people in 144 cities in 27 countries.

  • Full Length Musical
  • Romance, Melodrama, Drama

  • Time Period: 19th Century
  • Target Audience: Pre-Teen (Age 11 - 13), Teen (Age 14 - 18), Adult, Senior
  • Set Requirements: Unit Set/Multiple Settings
  • Orchestra Size: 27

  • Performance Group:
  • Community Theatre

  • Accolades:
  • Winner! 7 Tony Awards
THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA tells the story of a masked figure who lurks beneath the catacombs of the Paris Opera House, exercising a reign of terror over all who inhabit it. He falls madly in love with an innocent young soprano, Christine, and devotes himself to creating a new star by nurturing her extraordinary talents and by employing all of the devious methods at his command. 

Its sensational score includes "Think of Me," "Angel of Music," "Music of the Night," "All I Ask of You," "Masquerade" and the title song.


The winner of seven 1988 Tony Awards, including Best Musical, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has been seen by over 140 million people in 144 cities in 27 countries. Worldwide, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA consistently plays to larger audiences and in longer engagements than any other musical in history

* Performances must be Non-Replica productions. “Non-Replica” means not reproducing any stage directions, stage designs, choreography, costumes or other creative element (save for the music and lyrics) from any previous production of the Play.


"A gorgeous operatic extravaganza that is a thrill to the blood and a sensual feast for the eye."

Richard Barkley, Sunday Express

"A gorgeous operatic extravaganza that is a thrill to the blood and a sensual feast for the eye."

Richard Barkley, Sunday Express

"It's a major achievement in the musical theater and a high water mark in the phenomenal Lloyd Webber career. The bonus this time is that the glittering technical wizardry and pop-opera music have been wedded to a strong story and characters. gloriously old fashioned romantic musical spectacle."

Richard Hummler, Variety

"soaring ballads and sensational stage effects. ... this is as spectacular a piece of true theatre as London has seen in years."

John Barber, Daily Telegraph

"Four words sum up the unstoppable success of Andrew Lloyd Webber's triumphant re-working of this vintage spine-tingling melodrama. Stars, spectacle, score and story. ... Together they add up to that old magic ingredient: theatricality. There is simply nothing on earth to transport you so quickly or so far into phantasy than a feast of illusions."

Jack Tinker, Daily Mail

  • Casting: 6M, 4F
  • Casting Attributes: Strong Role for Leading Woman (Star Vehicle), Strong Role for Leading Man (Star Vehicle)
  • Casting Notes: Original Broadway cast doubling is indicated, but these parts may be split among the ensemble.

  • CHRISTINE – a chorus girl (soprano)
    THE PHANTOM – a composer and magician known as the Opera Ghost (baritone/tenor)
    RAOUL, VICOMTE de CHAGNY – patron of the Opera, childhood sweetheart of Christine (baritone/tenor)
    MONSIEUR FIRMIN – co-manager of the Opera (baritone)
    MONSIEUR ANDRA– co-manager of the Opera (baritone)
    CARLOTTA GIUDICELLI – the Prima Donna of the Opera (soprano)
    MADAME GIRY – the ballet Mistress (mezzo-soprano)
    UBALDO PIANGI – leading tenor of the Opera, Carlotta’s husband (tenor)
    MONSIEUR REYER – the chief reptiteur/director of the Paris Opera (spoken role)
    MEG GIRY – Madame Giry’s daughter, member of the ballet chorus, Christine’s best friend
  • ensemble characters
    MONSIEUR LEF'VRE – the previous owner of the Opera (spoken role)
    JOSEPH BUQUET – chief stagehand of the Opera (baritone/bass)
    PORTER / MARKSMAN / FOP (in “Il Muto”)
    DON ATTILO (in “Il Muto”)/Passarino
    SLAVE MASTER (in “Hannibal”)
    PAGE #1, #2 (in “Don Juan Triumphant”)
    PRINCESS (in “Hannibal”)
    INNKEEPERS WIFE (in “Don Juan Triumphant”)
    TWO EPICENCE MEN (a hairdresser and Jeweler)
  • ensemble
  • Name Price
    Rehearsal Material Shipped a minimum of 3 months before the last performance. This must be hired as a condition of the License to produce this show.

    20 Libretto/Vocal Scores
    2 Piano Vocal Scores
    1 Audition Material
    1 CD (Click Tracks for Song 02. Act 1 Overture and Song 07. Act 1, Scene 5 Journey)

    $550.00 +$135.00/pm
    Orchestral Material Shipped a minimum of 1 month before the last performance. This is optional.

    Full Score Act 1 & Act 2
    Woodwind 1 Flute/Piccolo
    Woodwind 2 Flute/Clarinet
    Woodwind 3 Oboe/Cor Anglais
    Woodwind 4 Bb Clarinet/Bass Clarinet
    Woodwind 5 Bassoon
    Horn 1
    Horn 2
    Horn 3
    Trumpet 1 in Bb
    Trumpet 2 in Bb
    Keyboard 1
    Keyboard 2
    Violins x 7
    Violas x 2
    Cello x 2
    Percussion (Timpani, Bass Drum, Bells, Bell Tree, Dark Gong, DX Gong, DX Synth Drums, DX Vibes/Bell, DX Vibes, DX Xylophone, Finger Cymbals, Gloackenspiel, Guiro, Hi Hat, High Skull, Marimba, Military Snare Drum, Piatti, Snare Drum, 3 Suspended Cymbals (small, med, large), Tambourine, Tenor drum, Triangle, Pedal Bass Drum, Vibes, Woodblock, Xylophone).

    $350.00 +$135.00/pm
    Perusal Material Shipped immediately. This is optional. Order Now

    1 Libretto/Vocal Score
    1 Piano Vocal Score

    Pre-Production Pack Shipped upon receipt of a signed License Agreement and full payment of all invoices. This is optional.

    1 Auditions Material
    1 Libretto/Vocal Score
    1 Piano/Vocal Score