Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh’s 25-year anniversary production of The Phantom of the Opera will be coming to movie theaters this fall. A new stage production will be presented on October 2 in London’s Royal Albert Hall. NCM Fathom and Omniverse Vision will broadcast the opening night performance live to about 500 U.S. theaters at 2 p.m. EDT on Sunday, Oct. 2, and follow with pre-recorded broadcasts on October 5-6 and one final encore on Oct. 11. Ramin Karimloo will be “The Phantom” and Sierra Boggess is “Christine” in the new production.
Special Theatrical Run For 'Phantom'
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