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Private Lives Starring Kim Cattrall's Broadway Run To End Early!

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Aww!

The Broadway revival of Noel Coward's Private Lives, which stars Kim Cattrall and Paul Gross, will reportedly close early on December 31st!

Apparently, the comedy was expected to run until February 5th, but due to poor ticket sales, the schedule was cut short!

Producer Paul Elliot says:

"Ticket sales have been slower than we had hoped for, and it would be irresponsible to continue running into the notoriously difficult January period.”

Well, at least they're being realistic! Still, such a shame!

We heard this was worth checking out!

Hopefully the impending end will boost ticket sales for the rest of the month!

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5 comments to “Private Lives Starring Kim Cattrall's Broadway Run To End Early!”



  1. 1

    nice;)



  2. 2

    Lower the price of tickets
    $125.00 is way too much $$

    Some shows charge as much as $300.00

    Greedy unions with their demands are to blame

  3. @v@ says – reply to this


    3

    Unrealistic ticket prices maybe; Noel Coward show flailing while shallow reality shows thriving? You get out what you put in.



  4. 4

    pass

  5. pj88 says – reply to this


    5

    This is a shame. I have seen this production 3 times (twice in Toronto and once on Broadway). I urge any theatre goer in NYC to go see this show. Kim and Paul are fantastic (as are the supporting cast) and deserve Tony nominations. Very sad to see a great show like this get an early close. It ran longer in Toronto to HUGE audiences and much longer in the West End. Does Broadway not appreciate Noel Coward's genious?