“I’ll tell you, there was talk about us closing after a year or two, but we kept on going,” said Anthony Crivello, who played the Phantom. “It is a credit to Scott Zeiger that we held on for as long as we were in tough economic times, around the world and in Las Vegas.”

“Phantom” is the third show to leave from the Venetian and its sister property, Palazzo, over the past year, including “Jersey Boys” and Blue Man Group, which will be moving to the Monte Carlo.

“Phantom” was seen by about 2,700 audiences in a $40 million, custom-built theater.

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