Patch Productions Presents: The Phantom of the Opera

Patch Productions Presents: The Phantom of the Opera

Friday, March 11, 2022, 7:00 pm until 8:00 pm
Immersive theater presented by a young theater company based right here in Turner's Falls!

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Patch Productions Presents: The Phantom of the Opera, based on the 1909 book by Gaston Leroux and the 1986 musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. This version of the story is placed in the early 1960s, in a theater where the famous diva Ms. Carlotta covers popular songs of the time, until the Opera Ghost forces the spotlight onto young singer Christine Daae. In this production, you can hear the music and watch the drama unfold from all perspectives; The play will be performed throughout the building, letting you explore the theater at your own will. Visit the stage manager in the wings, watch Christine sing onstage, follow the Phantom through a mysterious hallway, etc. The show is entirely put on by six cast members, ages 8-21


Audience members will be required to wear masks, but the cast will be unmasked for the duration of the show. Even though the cast will constantly be moving throughout the building, they will keep an appropriate distance from audience members. Please help them out by practicing social distancing during the show.

Towards the beginning of the show, a character is supposed to be sick and will be coughing and sneezing, but it is ALL ACTING! No actor that has COVID-19 symptoms or exposure will perform.


-Very fast and bright strobe lights that occur during many scenes of this show

-Song lyrics alluding to domestic abuse

-Explicit language

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