|Phantom is the only one you listed occupying a prime theater.|
|Last Edit: dramedy 12:16 pm EDT 04/14/21|
|Posted by: dramedy 12:14 pm EDT 04/14/21|
|In reply to: i'd love to see Chicago come back *in an entirely new production* - Chazwaza 10:24 am EDT 04/14/21|
|Ambassador is one of those last to fill shubert theaters. So running a musical 52 weeks instead of most likely two flop plays for about 20 weeks a year has been a good model for the shuberts. Similarly, wicked and lion king are in nederlander theaters that are hard to fill theaters. I doubt that we have missed any show waiting for one of those. Majestic is a different story.
I guess the only argument for closing long shows like these is possible of ticket sales to newer shows, but I wonder how many tourists would pick a lesser known show probably without discounts. And I think long term shows make profits for Investors to fund new shows.
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