Thursday, May 14, 2009

The Phantom of the Opera-Still one of Broadway's Delights

Can you believe that The Phantom of the Opera in New York has been running since January of 1988? That's over 21 years. My guess is that they probably will remain the longest running show in Broadway's history for a long time to come. And they deserve it friends. After all, they still sell out on many weekends and most holiday performances throughout the year.

The Phantom of the Opera won seven Tony Awards in 1988 including the coveted Best Musical award. Although most people you might run into have seen The Phantom of the Opera one, two or even several times, for those of you that haven't had a chance to see the show, it's about a grossly disfigured musical genius and his obsession with a young and beautiful opera soprano who sings at the Paris Opera House.

Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote the wonderful musical score and the legendary Hal Prince directs the show. I've personally seen the show a number of times and would highly suggest it to everyone that wants to see a dramatic musical of high caliber.

Let me let you in on a little secret though. You may want to be careful of which Broadway show ticket web sites you shop with as I am always shopping our competition and cannot believe the outrageous prices that companies want to charge. Upwards of over $300 and more for one ticket, can you believe it? Although The Phantom of the Opera is over 21 years old and the producers keep the show very fresh to watch, there's no way a ticket is worth over $300 in my opinion.

If you think you may want to see one of Broadway's most popular shows ever and don't want to get "scalped", we'd appreciate a call to us today. Our company is called Applause. We've been in the business of providing excellent customer service with regards to Broadway ticketing services. And although we consider ourselves modest people, we'd like to brag about our ability to provide the same stellar service our customers have come to know over the past nearly 22 years. Like The Phantom of the Opera, our company is still one of the best known and well respected in the theater industry.

Right now we're getting lots of attention after introducing our BELOW FACE VALUE ticket deals. We know the public wants and expects great customer service when buying tickets for shows and events in New York City. But why not get the added benefit of paying less than the regular FACE VALUE that is printed on a ticket. You can use the money you save on tickets and consider having a fantastic meal on Restaurant Row, Applause's favorite block of 16 nice restaurants to dine at before the theater.

Could you ask for anything more really? Stay in touch.

Rich Gladstone
Applause Theater Service
311 West 43rd Street, suite 601
NY,NY 10036 10036

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