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: Andrew Lloyd Webber says he’s already thinking about ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ returning to Broadway — even as it prepares to close

Exclusive: The famed composer behind Broadway’s longest-running show tells MarketWatch it needs to ‘just rest for a little bit’

Ben Crawford (left) stars as the Phantom, while Emilie Kouatchou plays Christine in the Broadway production of “The Phantom of the Opera.” The show is set to close April 16 after a record-breaking 35-year run.

Matthew Murphy

Perhaps we won’t have to say farewell to “The Phantom of the Opera” for long.

Andrew Lloyd Webber, the composer behind Broadway’s longest-running show, told MarketWatch that he expects the musical will return at some point after it ends its 35-year run on April 16.

“The Phantom sends me notes from time to time, saying he’s quite in love with…

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