The production, which officially opened Oct. 15 following previews that began Oct. 3, will have played a total of 12 previews and 102 performances at the time of closing.
Created and performed by Australian actor/musician John R. Waters and singer/pianist Stewart D'Arrietta, the production was originally scheduled for a 20-week limited engagement.
A national tour is scheduled to commence in fall 2015.
Part concert and part biography, Lennon: Through a Glass Onion, press notes state, "reveals the essence of the life and astonishing talent of one of the most admired icons of the past century with a story and 31 songs." Attendees can expect to hear such tunes as "Imagine," "Strawberry Fields Forever," "Revolution," "Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds," "All You Need is Love," "Come Together," "Help," "Working Class Hero," "Mother" and "Jealous Guy," among others.
"Rather than impersonate, I want to evoke Lennon's honesty, bitter-sweet humor, self criticism and disdain for pomposity," said Waters in a previous statement. "Having performed this piece in cities around the world for the last two decades, I am thrilled to make my New York debut with this show." Lennon: Through a Glass Onion was first performed on a small stage at the Tilbury Hotel in Sydney in 1992. It has since played The Sydney Opera House as well as a three-month engagement in London's West End.