When Christine in Phantom of the Opera was a child, her father told her tales of the Angel of Music that captivated her. On Thursday, you can be one of the Angels of Music when Phantom – The Las Vegas Spectacular celebrates its fourth year at the Venetian. The 1,800 members of the audience will be transformed into Angels of Music, a record-breaking moment in the Phantom Theatre that will commemorate the largest such gathering ever.
Following the show, audience members will be given their own Phantom mask and under the guidance of The Phantom, Tony Award-winner Anthony Crivello, will help set a record for the number of Phantoms in one place.
This lavish production of Phantom—The Las Vegas Spectacular takes the stage six nights a week at the Venetian. This 95-minute version of Phantom is directed by 21-time Tony Award winner Hal Prince, the show’s original director, and guided by the legendary Andrew Lloyd Webber. From the moment you enter the custom-built theater you are immersed in the storied Paris Opera House and become part of The Phantom’s world. Featuring every beloved Andrew Lloyd Webber song from the original, spectacular sets, new effects and a breathtaking chandelier experience, Phantom is an only-in-Vegas experience.
To be a part of the special anniversary show, call 1.866.641.7469 or 702.414.9000, or online at www.Venetian.com for tickets. The Angels of Music commemoration show starts at 7 p.m. June 24.
Phantom performs on Monday at 7 and 9:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 7 and 9:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.phantomlasvegas.com.