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The Front Page Says Good Bye To Broadway

The Front Page Says Good Bye To Broadway

Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur’s classic 1928 comedy The Front Page played it’s final performance of its scheduled limited run January 29 at 3 PM at the Broadhurst Theatre (235 W. 44th St.). The revival will have 32 previews and 117 regular performances. On January 9th the production recouped its entire $4.875 million capitalization. It a Broadway milestone, having recouped in just under 15 weeks. The after party for closing night party of The Front Page was held at The Lambs Club.

Holland Taylor

Juan and Holland Taylor

Halley Feiffer, Micah Stock

Halley Feiffer and Micah Stock

Robert Morse

Robert Morse

Nathan Lane

Nathan Lane

Susan Lyons, Jefferson Mays

Susan Lyons and Jefferson Mays

John Slattery

John Slattery

 John Magaro

John Magaro

Michael McGrath

Michael McGrath

Wendy and Robert Federman

Wendy and Robert Federman

Jamie de Roy

Jamie de Roy and Friend

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