It’s hard to believe after April 16, Broadway will exist without the iconic production of “The Phantom of the Opera.”
It’s even more difficult to think that people who have been a part of this Broadway staple will have to say goodbye to, not only the production, but a very significant part of their lives.
“Sadly, when I find now Phantom is closing, I feel a little depressed but now, I’m happy because I feel I was the only one of many working for a long time here on Broadway.” said Emilio Benoit, head porter at the Majestic Theatre.
But, Atsuko Sato, a bassoonist in the orchestra
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