I suggest checking out the Carrie reunion on Stars in the House. I learned so much. What I took away from watching that is that none of the seasoned Broadway type producers would invest in the show so the funds came from some folks who didn't know anything about producing shows. That might be one reason that there wasn't a more thought out plan about opening in relation to the Tony deadline. It seems this same lack of experience is what led them to close the show so abruptly, like literally just close the bank accounts and leave town. I am happy to be corrected if I have misinterpreted what was shared on the Stars in the House broadcast.