Broadway's Nice Work If You Can Get It to Close on June 15
The Gershwin tuner with Matthew Broderick and Jessie Mueller will end its run at the Imperial Theatre.
The Broadway production of Nice Work If You Can Get It will end its run at the Imperial Theatre on Sunday, June 15 after 27 previews and 478 performances. The show officially opened on April 24, 2012 after previews that began on March 29 of that year. A national tour will launch in the 2014-2015 season.
Featuring the songs of George and Ira Gershwin and a new book by two-time Tony Award winner Joe DiPietro, Nice Work If You Can Get It, directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall, tells the story of a wealthy playboy (Matthew Broderick) who falls for a feisty bootlegger (Jessie Mueller) in old New York.
Joining Broderick and Mueller in the closing company is Judy Kaye and Michael McGrath, both of whom received 2012 Tony Awards for their performances, as well as Jennifer Laura Thompson, Chris Sullivan, Robyn Hurder, Estelle Parsons, Cameron Adams, Clyde Alves, Andrew Cao, Kaitlyn Davidson, Jason DePinto, Kimberly Fauré, Paloma Garcia-Lee, Stephanie Martignetti, Barrett Martin, Michael X. Martin, Kaitlin Mesh, Shina Ann Morris, Adam Perry, Jeffrey Schecter, Jennifer Smith, Joey Sorge, Emily Tyra, and Correy West.
The creative team includes scenic design by Derek McLane, costume design by Martin Pakledinaz, lighting design by Peter Kaczorowski, sound design by Brian Ronan, and orchestrations by Bill Elliott. The music supervisor is David Chase and the music director Tom Murray.