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For me, I was fortunate that my faculty offered tickets to find The Phantom of the Opera right around Mothers' Day. I celebrated the holiday early by taking my mum to see her very first professional performance. I bought tickets to see the musical on Monday, May 2, 2011 at 8:00 PM at the Majestic Theatre in New York City. We spent the afternoon shopping in New York with my several of my school mates. When we got to the theater, I was slightly disappointed in how big stuffiness of the theatre, as my creativity consistently cited spacious grand opera homes as the home for most of Broadway shows. What The Majestic Theatre lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in atmosphere. It was really beautiful and ornate and it was like stepping back in time. I was instantly reminded of the film Moulin Rouge when I entered. It's an old-Hollywood glitz and glamour vibe, even using the deep tangerine curtains along with the hauntingly dim lighting, which appeared to match the musical perfectly. There were a lot of steep stairs to climb to get to our seating area. We came about two minutes before it started, so, as we attempted to find our seats inside that 2 minute countdown, the lights closed completely off, leaving us at a blacked out haze of hardship. But an usher made his way to us and helped us find our seats. Our seats moderately comfortable, but because our seats were located in the mezzanine area, our vision was sometimes obscured when anything went on at the peak of the stage; we had been made to crouch down into our chairs to view it. The audio in The Phantom of the Opera was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Music was provided by a huge orchestra; the instruments I noticed were both violins and a harp. You will find also percussion instruments, an organ, s.. .