Quack, Quack, Closed! Duck Dynasty Musical To End Its Las Vegas Run Early!

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Guess the Robertson family’s controversial ways finally caught up with their overall brand! Bwhaha!

The Duck Commander Musical, based on the outspoken brood from the A&E series Duck Dynasty, will end its run after less than two months of performances in Las Vegas at Rio Hotel and Casino.

The last official “quack” you’ll hear from the stage comes May 17 — though tickets were originally on sale through June 30.

[ Related: Willie Robertson Reflects On His Dad’s Anti-Gay Comments ]

Here’s what a rep for the production had to say about the news:

“The production is thrilled to have had the opportunity to develop the Duck Commander Musical at the Rio. Much has been learned from this limited engagement, and from the great support from everyone who has come to see this first staging of this completely new musical. Duck Commander will now consider several possible opportunities for the next stage in the life of the show, including extended sit-down engagements in interested cities, as well as a national tour.”

“Much has been learned…” Hmm, very inneresting to say the least!

The 90-minute musical which takes place in the “Louisiana bayou” is based on the 2012 book, The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty, written by Willie and Korie Robertson.

After Phil Robertson said LGBT lifestyle is sinful while comparing homosexuality with bestiality, you can probably assume that we’re, well, happy to see this show go!

Bye, bye!

[Image via ​Art Streiber/A&E]

May 2, 2015 10:14am PDT

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