May 17, 2024

Beauty Arts

The Arts Authority

Andrew Lloyd Webber honors late son

Andrew Lloyd Webber honors late son

NEW YORK – It’s not each individual night time that you see a chandelier get a bow.

But at Sunday’s closing effectiveness of “The Phantom of the Opera,” the world’s most renowned light fixture produced a final, rousing descent for the duration of the show’s curtain phone, earning thunderous applause from the Majestic Theatre viewers.

“As the Phantom commands, we have to salute our luminous star!” producer Cameron Mackintosh proclaimed amid a touching tribute to the cast, crew and creatives who helped make the gothic musical a history-breaking phenomenon. 

United states of america Currently was on the scene with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber as he bid adieu to Broadway’s longest-running exhibit after 35 decades and almost 14,000 performances.