Upon closing, the production, which officially opened Oct. 19, will have played 15 previews and 67 performances. In a recent statement producer Dr. John Schaefer said, "We can confirm at this time that there are offers of a tour in the near term. So to that end Judy and Me will rise again."
Garland impersonator Peter Mac, who also penned the autobiographical play, co-stars opposite Long Island native Christopher Brick in the role of Anthony "Tony" Castalano (Brick replaced Dusty St. Amand during rehearsals). The cast also features Elyse Beyer, Jean Ann Kump, Chris McCabe and Basil Meola.
"Addressing the issues of both homophobia and domestic abuse," the play, according to press notes, "recounts the true story of 16-year old character Anthony, trapped in the narrow-minded suburb of Elmont, Long Island (and the real hometown of playwright Mac).
The remaining four show times are Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8 PM and Sunday at 7 PM.
Tickets, priced $20-$55, are available by calling (212) 239-6200 or by visiting www.telecharge.com.
For more information visit www.JudyandMe.com.