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Mammoth chandelier a star of ‘Phantom’ tour

Crews prepare the infamous chandelier for the Phantom of the Opera performance at Proctors on Thursday, May 29, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Crews prepare the infamous chandelier for the Phantom of the Opera performance at Proctors on Thursday, May 29, 2014.
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Regular Proctors patrons will see it, and “Phantom” fans will understand. As they look for their seats in the 88-year-old Schenectady landmark they can’t help but look up and notice that something is different about the ceiling. The prop, one of the most famous in Broadway history, is the large chandelier that wraps up the conclusion of Act 1 in “The Phantom of the Opera” when it “crashes” to the stage. The show is running ...


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