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Exclusive!! Dame Edna's Broadway Show Closing Due To Low Ticket Sales!

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Ouch!

That didn't last long at all!

We've just received word that Dame Edna Everage and Michael Feinstein's Broadway show, All About Me, is closing on April 4th due to low ticket sales!

Better luck next time, guys!!

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18 comments to “Exclusive!! Dame Edna's Broadway Show Closing Due To Low Ticket Sales!”



  1. 1

    How is this an exclusive?! It has been posted for a while now on actual Broadway websites.



  2. 2

    Men dressing up as women just isn't funny.



  3. 3

    Hey it's Lady Gaga in 20 years!



  4. 4

    who fucking cares??! talk about Ricki Martin finally admitting he's gay (duh!)



  5. 5

    Awwww, that sucks. I was hoping to see this. I saw 'her' last show and it was freakin' hilarious!



  6. 6

    ha! nice "Exclusive"



  7. 7

    Aw, that's too bad. I love Dame Edna.



  8. 8

    again…realy really dumb show. If tickets were less maybe we would take a chance…but at the current prices…fuhgedaboutit



  9. 9

    she's hot!

  10. YUCK says – reply to this


    10

    terrible shame they are terrific together.



  11. 11

    too bad. I've seen Dame Edna live twice and was NOT disappointed. Very funny!



  12. 12

    funny & evil…



  13. 13

    Who is this person and why do I see him/her sometimes on talk shows?Saw her on the view-nothing impressive.



  14. 14

    wow kelly o got old fast



  15. 15

    Everything that is old is new again and then turns old again…too bad as this Dame is funny!



  16. 16

    Barry Humphries is brilliant. If our beloved dame is no longer gracing the world with "her" presence, maybe Sir Les Patterson can tour instead! ;)

  17. pj88 says – reply to this


    17

    I think a "tour" would be better. I've seen the Dame twice and it was one of the best live shows I've seen.



  18. 18

    Thank the TV commercials which were off-putting. She glibly called her audience 'bottoms' and in combination of bad reviews, the show did not endear itself to those who should have been interested.