“Of all the cities across the world Brad Little has left with goosebumps from his starring role in ‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ Green Bay holds a soft sport for the man behind the mask. He became a temporary resident in 1997 when the Andrew Lloyd Webber blockbuster played for five weeks at the Weidner Center. The eye-popping musical became a local phenomenon — 76,054 people heard his stirring ‘The Music of the Night’ during 40 sold-out shows. Ticket sales were a staggering $4.6 million, making it the biggest entertainment event in Green Bay history,” reports the Green Bay Press-Gazette’s Kendra Meinert. He returned to Green Bay on Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 for the Weidner Center’s 25th Anniversary Concert. Read more.
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