A Broadway production of WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN is to close three weeks early following low ticket sales.
The theatrical reimagining of Pedro Almodovar's 1988 movie opened in October (10) with veteran actress Patti LuPone leading the bill, and it was due to run until the end of January (10).
But after weeks of disappointing box office takings, producers have decided to close the show on 2 January (11), according to the New York Times.
Broadway shows have seen a slump in tickets sales over the last few weeks and bosses have been forced to bring the curtain down on a number of high profile productions.
Sir Patrick Stewart's A Life In The Theatre, David Hyde Pierce's La Bete and Brendan Fraser's Elling have all shut early.
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