Producer Chris Harper said in a statement tonight, “It remains the honor of a lifetime to bring Stephen Sondheim and George Firth’s masterpiece to Broadway in the Tony Award-winning reimagined production of Marianne Elliott. It’s an honor of a lifetime for everyone who worked on the production.” A testament to the dedication that we have overcome all the challenges Broadway has faced over the past two years to share this show with our amazing audience.
“We have six more weeks of performances to celebrate our stunning cast, orchestra and crew at the Jacobs Theater and we plan a touring production soon to bring company to audiences in North America.”
North American tour of company Planned for the 2023–2024 season. When the Broadway production ends on July 31, it will have scored 300 performances, including 32 previews.
The production garnered five Tony Awards – more than any other musical this season – including Best Musical Revival, Best Featured Actress in a Musical (Patti LuPone), Best Featured Actor in a Musical (Matt Doyle), Best Scenic Design in a Musical (Ben ) Are included. Christie). Marianne Elliot also received a Tony for Best Director of a Musical, her third Tony Award, making her the most respected female director in Broadway history.
But despite Tonys and generally strong reviews, the music did not catch on with audiences in a way that, for example, a weird loop either MJ Has in recent weeks. The week after the June 12 Tony Awards, company Filled only 77% of its available seats, earning $727,178. This figure marks an increase of $86,881 from last week’s box office, a relatively small jump next to box office boosts for other Tony winners such as a weird loop (which jumped $168,998 to $845,303 with 99.8% of seats filled) and MJ (from $216,921 to $1,660,978, filling 99% of seats).