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The ghoulish visage of The Phantom of the Opera has haunted moviegoers since 1925, when the "man of a thousand faces," Lon Chaney, first personified the horrendously disfigured composer condemned to haunt the dark recesses of the Paris Opera House. Gaston Leroux's romantic horror has been made into numerous film and television versions, and the tale found legions of new fans when Andrew Lloyd Webber debuted his thrilling theatrical version in 1986. With grandiose, soaring songs like "Think of Me" and "All I Ask of You," the operatic musical has won every major theater award, including the British Olivier and Evening Standard Awards, as well as seven Tony Awards. The wildly successful Phantom will haunt South Florida with a five-week engagement that begins tonight. Hear "The Music of the Night" at 8:00 at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets range from $20 to $58. Call 954-468-3326, or visit www.browardcenter.org. (PEGY)

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