Fresh off the heels of the Supreme Court decision granting marriage equality, the ultra-contemporary musical comedy It Shoulda Been You is packing up the wedding cake.
The new Broadway musical, which contains a few same-sex twists in its story about a madcap upper class wedding, will play its final performance on Sunday, Aug. 9, after 135 regular performances and 31 previews. The show opened on April 14 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.
For those who still haven’t quite recovered from the absence of longtime Jewish eatery Cafe Edison on NYC’s 47th Street, there’s lotsa matzoh and ham to be had only a few buildings away at It Shoulda Been You, David Hyde Pierce’s maiden foray into directing on the Great White Way. A musical comedy that leans too impetuously on the former, it nevertheless goes down as easily as Jewish penicillin. (That’s matzoh ball soup to the Gentiles out there.)
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