The Broadway musical Glory Days has made its mark in history this week.
And not in a good way!
The show opened AND closed on its first day, this past Tuesday.
It had played 17 previews before its official opening, though that didn't seem to help generate any buzz.
Glory Days was written by two actors and also first time authors, Nick Blaemire and James Gardiner, who are 23 and 24 years old.
is was a musical about some ex-high school friends.
The show moved to Broadway following a run in Arlington, VA.
The producers of Glory Days said, "Given the overnight reviews and our low advance sales, we believe it is prudent to close the show on Broadway immediately."
The musical now joins Ellen Burstyn's one-woman show back in 2003, Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All, as the only shows to open and close on the same night.
You're part of history, boys. Embrace it!
[Image via Playbill.com.]