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Move Over Wicked Witches, There's a Phantom in Town

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The Phantom of the Opera has taken over the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood until Feb. 21. The Andrew Lloyd Webber musical about love, longing and a guy in a mask who plays the organ outlasted even Cats to become the longest-running show in Broadway history in 2006. The show runs Tuesday through Fridays at 8 pm, Saturdays at 8 pm and Sundays at 1 and 6:30 pm. Tickets will set you back $95-126.50. But if that's too pricey and you have to get your Phantom fix to hear tunes like "Music of the Night" or "All I Ask of You," then plan to call-in sick on Thursday, Feb. 19, for the 2 pm matinee. For this one show, tickets are only $19.50-54.50.