Phantom of the Opera’ to close after 35 years

The music of the night is over now. The longest-running show on Broadway, "The Phantom of the Opera," will end this winter, several sources told The Post.

The musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is scheduled to run through the holidays and end its long run on Feb. 18. Sources told The Post that the

35th anniversary will be marked with a big party. Sources say that "Phantom" has been struggling to get back on its feet since it

reopened in October 2021 after being closed during the pandemic. It is losing about $1 million a month.

Since its first performance on January 26, 1988, the show, which was put on by Cameron Mackintosh and Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group, has been seen 13,733 times.

The revival of John Kander and Fred Ebb's "Chicago" is the second longest-running show on Broadway, but it is a long way behind the leader. It

has been running for 25 years and has been played 10,090 times. Lloyd Webber's rich songs,