Golda's Balcony Will Close on Broadway on Jan. 2 When It Loses Its Golda

News   Golda's Balcony Will Close on Broadway on Jan. 2 When It Loses Its Golda Golda's Balcony shall know no other Golda than Tovah Feldshuh. The William Gibson play about Israeli prime minister Golda Meir will shutter on Jan 2, 2005, the day the actress exits the production.

Golda became the longest-running one-woman show in Broadway history on Oct. 3. It began previews on that date in 2003 and opened on Oct. 15, 2003. It will have been Feldshuh's longest running Broadway credit. Tovah Feldshuh will later play Golda at the Wadsworth Theatre in Los Angeles in early February.

Previously, it was thought that another star might replace Feldshuh on Broadway. The play is scheduled to be launched on a national tour of 20 weeks or more in September 2005. Feldshuh will not be part of the tour.

The schedule of cities and dates is yet to be announced. The Booking Group is organizing the tour.

Tovah Feldshuh in <i>Golda's Balcony</i>
Tovah Feldshuh in Golda's Balcony Photo by Aaron Epstein
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