The font that is used in logo for the Phantom Of The Opera musical is a typeface by the name. It was created by Cassiel Oliviari who is a font designer from Canada. An interesting point is that it was created using the Font Creator 5.0 software tool, using Times New Roman as the base. This font was first published by Cassiel over on the Deviant Art website back on 18 July in 2005. Since then, the font has been more than 70,000 times and downloaded more than 17,000 times. This is surely testament to quality of the font and how closely it aligns to the original design.
This font is a near exact replica of the one used in the original Phantom Of The Opera musical. It fact, the author of this font noted that he had seen it being used in an actual Phantom stage performance. You can use this typeface to create a Phantom Of The Opera logo of your own design. It comes with a Free For Personal Use license so you're good to use it pretty much however you like. To get started, click on the green download button below:
The Phantom of the Opera is a series written by French author Gaston Leroux. The novel started as a series in a newspaper called Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909, until January 8, 1910. Due to its immense popularity, a volume was published in March 1910. The plots timeline occurs in the 1880s in Paris. The story narrates the hauntings in the Palais Garnier Opera House by an element that the residents referred to as the Phantom of the Opera.