Broadway Your Way
Tired of dragging your kids to the theater?
Well, Phantom of the Opera composer Andrew Lloyd Webber wants to bring his shows to your kids -- via video games.
Webber's company, The Really Useful Group, which controls the rights to his many musicals, has begun discussions with several video game makers.
According to a press statement, the Group is looking to "take its portfolio of world-famous brands into the interactive entertainment sphere."
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"Now is the perfect time for us to take some of the best-known names in musical entertainment in a more interactive direction," head of Digital Strategy for The Really Useful Group Douglas Glen said in the statement.
"Our aim is to find a partner who will work across our entire catalog to deliver high-quality games on a variety of hardware platforms."
Phantom mask sold separately.