The music of the night time will continue for eight weeks longer than anticipated.
The Broadway musical “The Phantom of the Opera” announced in September that it will be closing in February due to declining ticket gross sales, however plans have modified.
On Tuesday, the present’s producer, Cameron Waterproof coat, introduced the present will now run till April 16.
An sudden bolster in gross sales, in addition to a busy Thanksgiving week, helped the longest-running present in Broadway historical past earn $2.2 million in gross sales final week, in line with The New York Times.
“What an exceptional response there was to the present ending,” Waterproof coat informed the Occasions. “We’ve bought out just about all the pieces that we’ve got on sale.”
The musical will rejoice its thirty fifth anniversary in January.
With music by famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, “Phantom” includes a masked music lover who haunts the Paris Opera Home.
The Broadway present is directed by Hal Prince. In 1988, the present received seven Tony Awards.