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Broadway News Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera Holds Virtual Open Calls for Raoul

Find out how you could become the next Vicomte de Chagny on Broadway.

<i>The Phantom of the Opera</i> at the Majestic Theatre
The Phantom of the Opera at the Majestic Theatre Marc J. Franklin

Have you always dreamt of treading the Broadway boards? The Phantom of the Opera just might make your dreams come true.

The long-running phenomenon has begun a virtual open call, open to all male-presenting individuals, in order to replace the role of Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny, in the flagship Broadway production. Union status is not required to audition, but applicants must be based in the United States.

The production is looking for male-presenting actors that are mid 20s to early 30s, a dashing, handsome, young aristocrat. The actor must have an excellent high-baritone voice, singing from A-flat to A-flat. The character can be Black, Latine, MENASA, API, Indigenous, mixed, or white.

    If that sounds like you, visit this link for access to the audition cut of "All I Ask of You," and further instructions.

    Produced by Cameron Mackintosh and directed by the late Harold Prince, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera is the longest-running show in Broadway history, having played at The Majestic Theatre for 34 years. The original production premiered in London's West End in 1986, transferring to Broadway in 1988. Based on the Gaston Leroux novel, the work centers on a mysterious Phantom who lives beneath the Paris Opera House and the young singer who becomes his obsession.

    The deadline for audition tapes is August 26 at 6PM ET.

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