Usually it isn’t until after the Tony Awards that Broadway shows start biting the dust left and right, but this year a lot of shows can’t even hold out that long. Coram Boy has already shuttered, Journey’s End closes this Sunday, and now The Pirate Queen announces it will walk the plank on June 17. Who could be next?
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