Generations come and generations go.
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera opened on January 26, 1988, at the Majestic Theater at 245 West 44th Street in midtown Manhattan, and has been playing there ever since. With a record-breaking 13,000+ performances, it is the longest-running production in Broadway history. There have been changes in the cast, but not in the story.
The apostle Peter launched the birth of the church with his Spirit-inspired Pentecost sermon. The story of the church has been playing in venues around the world ever since. The book of Acts chronicles the first thirty years.
Counting by 30-year generations, this is its sixty-fourth season. There have been changes in the cast, but not in the story.
You are a member of this season’s cast in real-time. Curtain up—you’re on. “Break a leg.”
You’re representing Jesus.
Make it a premier performance.