- $25 for one ticket to Angel of Music: A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Webber (up to $49.82 value)
- When: 7:30 p.m. on select dates
- Where: The Rrazz Room
- Seating: stagefront VIP seating
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Friday, April 25
- Saturday, April 26
Angel of Music: A Salute to Andrew Lloyd Webber
- The evening’s vocalists: Franc D’Ambrosio and Glory Crampton
- Approximate number of times D’Ambrosio has played the title role in Phantom of the Opera on Broadway: a record-setting 2,000
- Why movie audiences might recognize him more quickly than theater fans: He played the maskless opera singer Anthony Corleone in The Godfather: Part III.
- Crampton’s Phantom connection: She played Christine in Broadway’s Phantom, a different musical based on the same novel.
- How the New York Times has described Crampton’s voice: as a “slender, pealing lyric soprano”
- Non-Phantom works supplying the evening’s other show-stoppers: Jesus Christ, Superstar, Evita, and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, among others
- Source of the evening’s suspense: seeing whether a show consisting of only show-stoppers is possible without causing a rip in the space-time continuum
The Rrazz Room
For 10 years, San Francisco’s Rrazz Room was a Bay-area institution. The swanky establishment specialized in throwback big-band performances, seasoned with jazz, blues, doo-wop, and old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll. But the nightclub closed it’s doors forever on New Year’s Eve, 2012—and opened them again at venues across the country. In South Florida, the finger-snappers transformed the Coral Springs Museum of Art into their old haunt. Similar revivals of the past also took place at the Ramada New Hope in Pennsylvania and in Stephen Hawking’s time-portal to 2004.