Dream, the Broadway revue saluting the lyrics of Johnny Mercer, will close Sunday, July 6, after 24 previews and 109 regular performances.
The show, which had been losing money virtually since its April 3 opening, was the concept of director/choreographer Wayne Cilento, who got the show's only Tony nomination, for Best Choreography.
The show had instituted innovating pricing and a revised performance schedule to attract older audiences, but producers decided in a July 1 afternoon meeting that the weekly box office grosses of just over 50 percent were not enough to sustain the production, which also features Jessica Molaskey, Darcie Roberts and Jonathan Dokuchitz.
Tickets for the remaining performances can be ordered by calling Tele-charge at (212) 239-6200. You can also order tickets