Sadly, the delightful musical comedy The Drowsy Chaperone is going to be put to sleep on December 30, when it has its final performance on Broadway. A funny and affectionate homage to old musicals, Drowsy will be missed, but it does boast a strong run of 674 performances. The show also won five Tony Awards and managed to recoup its investment (no mean feat for any Broadway musical).
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