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Question #5: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA has won
over (blank) major theatre awards.
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Linda Marie, Kathy Jans-Duffy and 1 other like this

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Rebecca Brown70!24 hours ago

Molly Denis1524 hours ago

Kristin Pugh Via7024 hours ago

Amy Weyer Wheaton7024 hours ago

Bri LeighOver 70 major theatre awards.23 hours ago

Michele RomeoPhantom of the Opera has won over 70 major theater awards!23 hours ago

Amy Tompkins Johnston70 major deserved awards22 hours ago

Samuel JohnstonOver 70 major theatre awards!22 hours ago

Kelly FurgisonAn amazing 70!22 hours ago

Aimee FlowersOver 70 and counting!22 hours ago

Carol E. Schaller-JohnsonOVER 70!22 hours ago

Jason GalvezDefinitely 70 :)22 hours ago

Shannon Hallinan Wicks7021 hours ago

Chris Suppa7021 hours ago

Jeremy Baker70 well deserved awards and titles21 hours ago

Eilish Mitchell7019 hours ago

Ann Marie Frink7019 hours ago

Susan Lumb Stepien7017 hours ago

Rebecca C. S. Varga70 (of course)13 hours ago

Linda MarieOver 70 major theatre awards and well deserved.12 hours ago

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Founded by Murray Bernthal, the Famous Artists Broadway Theater Series has presented Syracuse audiences with the very best performances in the world, including classical concerts, opera, ballet, and theatre, for over 60 years.

Famous Artists brought some of the greatest artists to their Fayetteville Country Playhouse from 1949 to 1964, including such legends as Bela Lugosi , Veronica Lake, Basil Rathbone, Olivia DeHaviland, Eva Gabor, Charlton Heston, Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy. From 1965 to 1974 Famous Artists Playhouse played host at Henninger High School to stars such as Myrna Loy, Mickey Rooney, Zsa Zsa Gabor and Douglas Fairbanks Jr.

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