Broadway at The Pierre Hosts the Phantom of the Opera

In a tradition that goes as far as the 1940s and 1950s, the Cotillion Room in The Pierre New York will host musical theatre’s biggest stars. Back then, the room showcased condensed depictions of classics such as The Merry Widow and Anything Goes. December 15th will see this rich history of top-notch entertainment gain a few more chapters.

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The Taj Hotel made the announcement that there would be three acoustic shows featuring main personnel of the very talented cast from ‘The Phantom of The Opera.’ The show, which is the longest-running show in Broadway history, will be at the forefront in season three of Broadway at the Pierre; the hotel’s much-acclaimed cabaret series.

Sundays with Phantom as it is aptly titled will kick off with Jeremy Stolle as the titular Phantom, Meghan Picerno as Christine and John Riddle as Raoul. A year prior, The Pierre had again welcomed the stars of The Phantom of the Opera for two sold-out shows.

With the holiday season around the corner, Phantom at the Pierre offers fans and newcomer guests alike the chance to celebrate in the most unique of ways, and with one of Broadway’s most iconic musicals. Evenings will offer additional show tunes, as well as classic songs from the Phantom.

Francois-Olivier Luiggi – General Manager of the show – acknowledges the worldwide impact of the iconic show. “More than 30 years after its debut, The Phantom of The Opera continues to excite audiences here and all over the world.”

He expressed his team’s excitement to bring the show back, and to provide audiences with the chance to have the experience in the intimately set Two E Lounge. The show’s composer, Andrew Lloyd Webber, met his musical hero at the hotel and has had a special connection with it ever since.

The schedule is as follows:

  • Sunday, December 15th, 2019 (holiday season)
  • Sunday, February 9th, 2020 (pre-Valentine’s Day)
  • Sunday, May 10th, 2020 (Mother’s Day)

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