At the end of the stage version of "Phantom of the Opera," the Phantom and his obsession, Christine, live on to uncertain fates. The vague conclusion invites a sequel, which Andrew Lloyd Webber penned for hungry fans.

 

"Love Never Dies: The Phantom Returns" comes to the Orpheum in Minneapolis June 26 to July 1. Tickets remaining are scarce, but fans can still score a ticket that would normally cost up to $145 for $40.

In less than one minute, according to Hennepin Theare Trust, anyone can enter a chance to win one or two tickets. " Register by noon Monday.  A limited number of pairs and scattered single tickets will be drawn for each performance. Patrons choose which performances to attend but can only win once. Winners and losers will be notified by email by 1 p.m. Tuesday. Winners must pay for their ticket(s) by 5 p.m. Tuesday.

To register for the lottery, click here or go to www.luckyseat.com/loveneverdies-minneapolis/.

The plot synopsis, according to Hennepin Theatre Trust, is as follows. It's 1907, a decade after the Phantom's disappearance from the Paris Opera House. He now lives in New York City, taking in the freak shows of Coney Island. 

Still very much involved in music and his obsession for Christine, the Phantom anonymously lures the struggling family (Christine, hubby Raoul and young son Gustave) from Paris to New York with promises of financial rewards.  

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