• Released
  • October 5, 2011
  • (Additional screening: 10/06, 10/11)
  • PG-13 , 3 hr 15 min
  • Concert/Special Events

Critics Say


For Parents



By ginnyvada
Written October 07, 2011
I wish that this event was taking place for more than just a few days. I would see it over and over again! This is a beautiful, lush presentation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera. Sierra Boggess as Christine was amazing. Her voice is phenomenal! She brought tears to my eyes with the emotion she expressed through her fine acting and singing skills. Ramin Karimloo's Phantom was passionate and pitiful alternately. I loved being able to see his facial expressions up close. I'm not a big fan of the Phantom as a tenor, but Karimloo made it work. What a pleasure it was to have a "front row seat" to a fine performance of The Phantom of the Opera!
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Bringing Broadway to the Big Screen!

By Tally_Man
Written October 13, 2011
On October 11, 2011, I was fortunate to attend the 25th Anniversary of Phantom of the Opera. SUCH AN AMAZING SHOW! I am so thankful for Fathom Events for providing special events that highlight the arts. This was the second event of this nature that i have attended (the first was Les Miserables last year), and i have truly enjoyed them both!
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Phantom of the Opera

By Sheila Henry
Written October 12, 2011
I loved the film. I would say that Andrew Lloyd Webber redeemed himself after allowing such a lousy movie to be filmed. Webber is too great a composer to allow shoddy movies. The singing was great. The direction was great. ANd the music was fantastic.
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Phantom of the Opera

Written October 06, 2011
Fabulous from, start to finish
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Great production

By girlsoccer6
Written October 13, 2011
Although it was different from the first time I saw the musical, it was a great production. I loved the celebration at the end.
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