These are the kind of numbers that can cause a show to close fairly quickly and swiftly.
Last week, Robin Williams' latest Broadway venture, Bengal Tiger At The Bagdhad Zoo only played to 52% capacity. That means for every performance last week, HALF of the audience was missing.
If these numbers don't go up, or worse, start to decline, the show is in real danger of going under.
Sounds like no one can make a Broadway show work these days, not even vets like Robin!
Does that make you feel any better, Julie Taymor?
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