Broadway audiences are bracing for a surge of closures this month from exhibits new and previous, many with passionate followers unhappy to see them go.
There’s an unusually massive variety of exhibits leaving in January, some as a result of restricted engagements and others as a result of weak ticket gross sales.
Amongst the closing crop is “A Strange Loop,” which received over audiences and critics alike. The musical received a Pulitzer Prize and the Tony award for Greatest Musical. There are a handful of performances left earlier than the present closes Jan. 15.
Viewers favourite “Beetlejuice” ends its run on Broadway Jan. 8.
The present opened in 2019 at the Winter Backyard Theatre, closed with the remainder of Broadway after COVID-19 swept by way of New York Metropolis in 2020, and reopened at the Marquis Theatre final yr.
A nationwide tour of the present is happening now, with a number of worldwide productions in the works.
An unusually massive variety of exhibits are leaving Broadway this month, some as a result of restricted engagements and others as a result of weak ticket gross sales.
Listed below are a few of the productions closing in January:
- 1776 (1/8)
- Virtually Well-known (1/8)
- Beetlejuice (1/8)
- Into the Woods (1/8)
- Dying of a Salesman (1/15)
- Mike Birbiglia: The Outdated Man and the Pool (1/15)
- The Music Man (1/15)
- Ohio State Murders (1/15)
- A Strange Loop (1/15)
- Topdog/Underdog (1/15)
- The Piano Lesson (1/29)
Off-Broadway audiences are mourning a variety of high-profile departures as properly.
After a run that spanned 4 a long time and most likely lots of of trash cans, “Stomp” performs its remaining present at the Orpheum Theatre on Jan. 8.
The percussion and dance present first opened in Feb. 1994, with a run that is included round 12,000 performances. And whereas the off-Broadway manufacturing is closing, “Stomp” will proceed to tour.