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Is there a truism more rarely true than the notion that absence makes the heart grow fonder?
In my experience, this sentimental cliché just as often proves false, whether applied to people, places or things. Take Broadway musicals. It has been more than 15 years since I first saw, and was not particularly entranced by, “The Phantom of the Opera,” the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical that has been playing for more than 26 years in New York (longest-running show in Broadway history!) and grossed $6 billion dollars worldwide (more than any other musical or even, gasp, movie!).
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How to explain, then, the unexpected tingle of anticipation that ran through me as I entered the Majestic Theater, where “Phantom” has been installed since it first opened? Part of it was the rare chance to visit this aptly titled theater, monopolized by one show for so many years. And “Phantom” now boasts two accomplished Broadway performers in its leading roles: Norm Lewis, nominated for a Tony in 2012 for his role in “The Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess,” and Sierra Boggess, who played the title role in Disney’s waterlogged “The Little Mermaid.”