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Broadway Shows Recently Closed (Within the last 30 days)

These are Broadway show productions that have closed within the last 30 days. Unfortunately for these shows, the Broadway productions have been closed down and the Broadway theatre landlords have moved on to find the next big show for their theatre. It is every Broadway production’s objective that the show be enjoyed by as many people as possible and for the show to make money for its investors. Broadway shows close for many different reasons. Some close because of the lack of public interest, while other shows close due to poor ticket sales revenues. The most common reason for a Broadway show to close is because of the other contracts that Broadway theatre landlords have already agreed to as they anticipated how long the current show could run for. Theatre landlords are legally bound to their previous obligations with other new shows and in this case they must put the new shows into their theatres or face their contract’s penalties. Landlords must do this even if the current show is doing well and selling tickets. This decision is out of the current Broadway show’s control. Broadway shows will often go on tour after they close down in New York City, but this is a rare occurrence as the production team has to raise enough interest in the show and raise more production capital to be able to afford a successful tour following a Broadway run. Many people do not realize that these shows have been closed and are shocked when they attempt to buy tickets and find out that the show is no longer in production. In this 150+ year old Broadway show business, it is often “out with the old and in with the new” as new productions are constantly coming in and new shows are trying to get in on the Broadway action. Scroll down to see the list of recently closed Broadway shows.

List of all Recently Closed Broadway Shows

These are Broadway show productions that have closed within the last 30 days. Unfortunately for these shows, the Broadway productions have been closed down and the Broadway theatre landlords have moved on to find the next big show for their theatre. It is every Broadway production’s objective that the show be enjoyed by as many people as possible and for the show to make money for its investors. Broadway shows close for many different reasons. Some close because of the lack of public interest, while other shows close due to poor ticket sales revenues. The most common reason for a Broadway show to close is because of the other contracts that Broadway theatre landlords have already agreed to as they anticipated how long the current show could run for. Theatre landlords are legally bound to their previous obligations with other new shows and in this case they must put the new shows into their theatres or face their contract’s penalties. Landlords must do this even if the current show is doing well and selling tickets. This decision is out of the current Broadway show’s control. Broadway shows will often go on tour after they close down in New York City, but this is a rare occurrence as the production team has to raise enough interest in the show and raise more production capital to be able to afford a successful tour following a Broadway run. Many people do not realize that these shows have been closed and are shocked when they attempt to buy tickets and find out that the show is no longer in production. In this 150+ year old Broadway show business, it is often “out with the old and in with the new” as new productions are constantly coming in and new shows are trying to get in on the Broadway action. Scroll down to see the list of recently closed Broadway shows.

List of all Recently Closed Broadway Shows

All My Sons Tickets Get Show Info
All My Sons
Be More Chill Tickets Get Show Info
Be More Chill
Burn This (2019) Tickets Get Show Info
Burn This (2019)
The Cher Show Tickets Get Show Info
The Cher Show
The Ferryman Tickets Get Show Info
The Ferryman
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune Tickets Get Show Info
Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune
Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus Tickets Get Show Info
Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus
Hillary and Clinton Tickets Get Show Info
Hillary and Clinton
King Kong Tickets Get Show Info
King Kong
King Lear Tickets Get Show Info
King Lear
Kiss Me, Kate Tickets Get Show Info
Kiss Me, Kate
Manilow Broadway Tickets Get Show Info
Manilow Broadway
My Fair Lady Tickets Get Show Info
My Fair Lady
Pretty Woman The Musical Tickets Get Show Info
Pretty Woman The Musical
The Prom Tickets Get Show Info
The Prom
What the Constitution Means to Me Tickets Get Show Info
What the Constitution Means to Me