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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic The Phantom of the Opera won ten Tonys in 1988 when it opened. Now, more than 30 years and 13,000 performances later, Phantom shows few, if any, signs of slowing down. The Majestic theatre continues to live up to its name, and the design continues to wow with its lavish costumes, soaring music, and dazzling pyrotechnics. Perhaps it’s so long-running and highly-grossing in an effort to recoup the expense of the fantastical design–seemingly limited only by the room in the wings, flies, and stage the set and costumes seemingly defy any attempt to stick to a budget.