IBJ Movie Night: 'Phantom' sequel screening

February 17, 2012
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Curious about what happened to the Phantom of the Opera after "The Phantom of the Opera"?

The Australian production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Love Never Dies" will be screening in movie theaters Feb. 28th (with an encore March 7). This will be the first time the show has been seen in the U.S. in any form.

Want to be there?

I've got five passes to give away to each of the venues in and around Indy that will be screenign the musical (AMC Indianapolis 17, Regal Galaxy 14, Goodrich Hamilton 16, Goodrich Brownsburg 8, and Rave Metropolis 18).

All you have to do is enter below and name the next musical you'd like to see screened in theaters. And please make sure you mention which theater you would like to attend.

I'll pick five winners for each theater. For more information on the event, visit www.fathomevents.com.

Good luck.

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  • Musical - Wicked
    I have heard that "Wicked" is wonderful, but have not been able to see it on stage. I think this would be a great musical to screen next. I would like to attend at Brownsburg 8. Thank you!
  • I want to see...
    Porgy and Bess with Audra McDonald. AMC 17, please.
  • Musical
    I would love to see "Jersey Boys" again (it's a 'feel good' show), so I would love to see that screened.

    Goodrich Hamilton 16, please!
  • I'd love to see...
    Wicked on the big screen! Hamilton 16!
  • I'd like to see...
    How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying. I'd like to see what they've done with it now.

    Rave Metropolis 18 please. :-)
  • Book of Mormon
    I know this hasn't even been around very long, but I would love to see it
    Hamilton Town Center 16 please :)
  • Wicked!
    I haven't been able to see Wicked yet, and I would love to.
    Regal Galaxy 14, please.
  • Jersey Boys
    What a great movie this would make - the music blew me away! Brownsburg 8 would be my choice.
  • best musical for a movie
    How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying
  • Musical
    South Pacific
    AMC Indianapolis 17
  • Hasa Diga!!!
    I'd love to see The Book of Mormon screened in theaters. AMC Indianapolis 17.
  • Movie Musical
    Wicked would be wicked!
  • Wicked
    Wicked should make movie producers turn green with envy

    The Rave Metropolis Please
  • Wicked
    Luv to see Wicked on the big screen!
    Would luv to see Phantom sequel at Hamilton 16!
    Thanks!
  • Les Miz!
    Les Miserables! It is currently in production for the film, AND revamped broadway version is on tour hitting Indy soon.
  • Musicals
    Huge Phantom fan, so obviously this is my first pick! Other than that, I still haven't seen Wicked. If I'm picked, either the AMC Indy or Regal Galaxy would be great! Thanks!
  • Cinema tickets
    I think Les Miserable and Phantom will always be my favorites. I leave near Regal Galaxy 14, Goodrich Hamilton 16. Thank you for the offer. Have a great weekend, Jenifer
  • I would love to see...
    I'd love to see Book of Mormon on screen. AMC 17.
  • Musical
    Wicked would be great! AMC Indianapolis 17.
  • Take me back...
    My husband and I are regulars at the AMC Indianapolis 17 and we would LOVE to JERSEY BOYS screened there!! We missed it when we lived in Cincy and hoped to see it after we moved to Indy a few months ago! Although, I am SUCH a Phantom fan that I have seen it four times in California at differnet places...LOVE it's storyline and the sets can be remarkable!!!
  • Phantom
    Love to see Wicked.... Brownsburg or Metropolis! Thanks.
  • Musical Screening
    I'd love love love to see "How to Succeed In Business W/O Really Trying." Nothing like a little post Harry Potter musical extravaganza:)

    AMC or Rave would be fine.
  • Boook of Mormon
    Although I know if it were to happen, it wouldn't be any time soon but would LOVE to see Book of Mormon. Brownsburg or Rave would be great. Thanks!!
  • Avenue Q
    I'd love for Avenue Q to be made into a movie. Muppets are in. Big time. Brownsburg 8.
  • Hello. My name is...
    Although I'm fully aware that it's not in the mix for the time being, definitely Book of Mormon (MUST must must include Josh Gad). If not that, West End's "Matilda" would be gorgeous on the silver screen.

    Preferably Landmark's Glendale 12 or AMC Castleton Square 14. (:
  • Turn it Off...
    Agh. I'm a terribly non-critical reader. "Book of Mormon" w/ Josh Gad or if not that, West End's "Matilda" at AMC Indianapolis 17 or Regal Galaxy 14.
  • Remake It!
    Would love to see a modern day version of Sunset Boulevard!
  • Remake It
    Would Love to see a current remake of Sunset Boulevard!
    Galaxy 14!
  • Wicked
    Wicked in IMAX!
    Greenwood
  • milliondollar quart
    Amc theatrr
  • Marilyn The Musical
    Would love to see the new smash musical... "Marilyn the Musical"
  • Jersey Boys
    Having grown up in New Jersey in the 50s and 60s, it has to be Jersey Boys. (Goodrish Hamilton 16)
  • Avenue Q
    I'd love to see Avenue Q brought to the big screen! Hamilton Town Center, please.
  • Wicked
    Wicked would be good! AMC Indianapolis 17.
  • Memphis
    This gem would be great on the big screen. Brownsburg 8.
  • Cats
    Cats would be awesome!


    My preferred theater is Brownsburg 8 or Rave Metropolis.
  • Wicked
    Wicked would be my choice!

    Brownsburg or Rave Metropolis would be great!
  • Sunset Boulevard
    Would love to see remake of Sunset Boulevard - Landmark
  • Porgy and Bess
    I would love to see Porgy and Bess with Audra McDonald and Norm Lewis on the big screen.

    I love AMC 17...that would great!
  • Wicked
    Has to be Wicked. Waited for years to take the kids and now wish we could see it again!
    Hamilton 16, please!
  • Phantom musical
    I would like to see "Smash"; Goodrich Hamiton 16 please.
  • unclaimed tickets
    Didn't win? I've got a few unclaimed tickets. Contact immediately if you can use them and can pick them up downtown in the next hour.

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