After 13,981 performances and over 35 years on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera ends its historic run on April 16, 2023. Now, you can own a piece of the longest-running musical in Broadway history, while supporting four New York City Arts organizations that seek to build, support and foster future, diverse audiences and artists.
All proceeds from the auction will go to the following:
Broadway Bridges is an initiative of The Broadway League, regularly supported by The Shubert Organization, to help guarantee that future Broadway audiences, performers and behind-the-scenes personnel will reflect the diversity of New York City. The program gives public high school students the opportunity to attend Broadway shows, and since 2017, nearly 7,000 students across all five boroughs have attended PHANTOM.
The American Theatre Wing’s Andrew Lloyd Webber Initiative is an extension of the composer’s considerable work in the UK to promote and fund Arts education for students and young people. With a commitment to diversity, the program provides classroom grants to create or enhance theatre programs in the nation’s under-resourced schools, scholarships for afterschool and summer training programs and tuition support for students pursuing theater in higher education.
The Prince Fellowship, in association with Columbia University School of the Arts, honors the legacy, career and memory of the Broadway producer, director and Fellowship founder, PHANTOM director Harold Prince (1928-2019). The goal is to support the development of gifted, emerging creative theatrical producers by exposing new talent to the producing process in a manner that supports creative involvement.