Neighboring businesses respond to 'The Phantom of the Opera' closing

For Craig Coursey, it feels like a member of the family is saying goodbye.

“It’s literally like having your grandma and grandpa live next door, and then they decide to move to Boca. It’s a little like, where are you going? It has been so reliable and it’s such an icon. It has been terrific for it to be our best neighbor,” Coursey said.

Coursey is the general manager of Theatre Circle, a small gift store that opened its doors 27 years ago and has shared the same street with “The Phantom of the Opera” ever since.

“It’s been there so long, it’s been a large chunk

→ Continue reading at Spectrum News NY1

[ufc-fb-comments url=""]

Latest Articles

Related Articles