The Phantom comes to Milwaukee to help raise awareness for violence against women

Don't Miss Out on an Unforgettable Experience!

Wisconsin is in for a theatrical treat at the end of March as the longest running international Phantom comes to town for a night of roof — and possibly hair — raising music of the night.

Twice voted the greatest Phantom, Peter Karrie knows a thing or two about donning the famous white half-mask.  The West End star is equally at home belting out the revolutionary hits from the tearjerker Les Miserables, as well as a vast array of popular musical theatre numbers.

Proceeds of this event will go to the Love is Greater Than Hate Project to help end violence against women.   “We look forward to welcoming Peter, who offers an entertaining evening to look forward to and one which we hope will raise lots of vital funds.” Dr. Charles Blodgett, Founder of Love is Greater than Hate Project.


Peter Karrie’s voice has been showcased in many of the greatest theatrical successes in contemporary musical theatre.  The highlight which is his highly acclaimed portrayal of The Phantom in Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber’s record breaking musical The Phantom of the Opera.  Peter first played The Phantom at Her Majesty’s Theatre, London, before going on to play the role in Toronto, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vancouver and the Millennium tour of Great Britain.  His performances have been reviewed as “definitive” and have earned him the title of “The World’s Most Popular Phantom” on two separate occasions. (As voted for by The Worldwide Phantom Appreciation Society).

Other stage credits are:
Jean Valjean in Les Miserables, Che in Evita, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Rev. Peter Price in Amazing Grace, Fagin in Oliver, and many more!

A Phantom Returns
Peter Karrie 

March 30, 2017

Potawatomie Casino & Resort
1721 W Canal St, Milwaukee, WI 53233

General Admission Tickets:
Individual Ticket - $25
VIP Ticket - $200 includes 2 tickets and access to private after-concert reception including photo op, autographs and complimentary CD.
(limited to first 40 people)

Ticket Options

*E-Tickets will be emailed upon purchase and must be shown at the door for admittance.