George Lee Andrews will wrap up his career as Guinness World Record’s “longest- running actor in the same Broadway show,” tomorrow night. Andrews has been with Phantom of the Opera since its opening night in 1988, marking his 9,382 show. The 68 year-old, Milwaukee native performed principal roles in shows such as Merlin, On the Twentieth Century, and A Little Night Music before becoming ever-so faithful to Phantom. Andrews will perform as Monsieur Andre, one of four roles played in his 23 years with the show. Andrews current role will be passed to son-in-law, Aaron Galligan-Stierle (Ragtime).