Four Broadway legends, who have each portrayed the iconic Phantom of the Opera, will bring three performances of The Four Phantoms in Concert to The Grand Oshkosh April 19-21.

Brent Barrett, Franc D’Ambrosio, Marcus Lovett, and Ciarán Sheehan, four of Broadway’s leading men, will take The Grand Oshkosh stage for their only appearance in Wisconsin. The Four Phantoms will be joined by special guest Kaley Ann Voorhees, who upon her Broadway debut, became the youngest actress to play the role of Christine Daaé in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera at age 20. Voorhees has rejoined the Broadway cast as an alternate, but will pause production at the Majestic Theatre to perform at The Grand.

This new show features solo and group numbers to celebrate the legacies of Broadway and the Great American Songbook. After receiving accolades worldwide for their performances in Broadway’s longest running musical, these extraordinary performers continue to visit the passion of the masked man under the music supervision of two-time Grammy winning composer David Caddick. To bring an act of this caliber to Oshkosh, eight sponsors are providing their support.

 “THE FOUR PHANTOMS is one of the most elaborate, and certainly the largest show we’ve presented in my fifteen years at The Grand.” said Joseph Ferlo, Director of The Grand Oshkosh. “The sheer size of it, with four ‘legit’ Broadway Phantoms, plus a ‘Christine’ who leaves the Broadway production to join us- plus, a music combo, and one of the more elaborate lighting and sound systems we’ve ever installed in the theatre, is so exciting. Add to that, the fact that The Grand has secured the only performance of the show in Wisconsin this season. Audiences throughout Northeast Wisconsin and beyond are in for a one-of-a-kind experience.”

The performances on April 19, 20, and 21 will begin at 7:30 P.M., and tickets start at just $25. The Grand’s new Suite Seat service, which features maximum legroom, seating, complimentary first beverage and intermission beverage service, is also available at each show. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at The Grand Oshkosh Box Office at 100 High Avenue, Oshkosh; via phone at (920) 424-2350; or online at

Thursday and Friday night performance sponsors: Alberta S. Kimball Foundation, Tom & Carol Joseph Foundation, Windward Wealth Strategies, Inc.

Saturday night performance sponsors: Bradford & Maureen Lasky, Sadoff E-Recycling and Data Destruction

Production sponsors: Bergstrom Automotive, Kimberly-Clark, Jeff & Ann Trembly


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The Grand Oshkosh is a historic opera house located at the corner of High Avenue and Market Street in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. It was built in 1883, and has since undergone two renovations. The first renovation took place during the 1980s and the second in 2009. The theater was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The Grand Oshkosh is owned by the City of Oshkosh and leased to and operated by the non-profit Oshkosh Opera House Foundation.

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