Honeymoon in Vegas Faces a Press Agency Switch Up as Sales Still Struggle

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Following press agent Rick Miramontez's (and his team at the Broadway PR firm O&M Co.) departure from representing the Harvey Weinstein-produced Broadway musical Finding Neverland, O&M has joined forces with Honeymoon in Vegas, according to the New York Post.

The Tony Danza-driven musical Honeymoon in Vegas has been struggling at the box office, despite its positive reviews (both from its Paper Mill Playhouse incarnation in New Jersey and its Broadway production, which opened Jan. 15 at the Nederlander).

A scene from the show
A scene from the show Photo by Joan Marcus

According to the Post, veteran PR firm Boneau/Bryan-Brown — whose representatives have strongly pushed for Honeymoon in Vegas press opportunities throughout its two-month preview period — resigned from handling the show.

Representatives for Boneau/Bryan-Brown have not yet responded to Playbill.com's request for comment on the press-company switch up.

Rick Miramontez from O&M said in a statement, "We hope the Honeymoon never ends!"

Honeymoon in Vegas is averaging 73.53 percent capacity at the midsized Nederlander with an average ticket price of $58.81. It's highest grossing week followed its opening, which ended with $440,476 on Jan. 18.

The musical, featuring a score by Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown and a book by Andrew Bergman, stars Rob McClure, Brynn O'Malley and Danza.

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