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Broadway Bounty Hunter to Close a Month Early

The new musical stars Annie Golden in the title role.

Annie Golden and Emily Borromeo in Broadway Bounty Hunter.
Annie Golden and Emily Borromeo in Broadway Bounty Hunter.
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Broadway Bounty Hunter will end its run at the Greenwich House Theater on August 18 after 48 performances. The limited run was scheduled through September 15.

With music and lyrics by Joe Iconis and a book by Iconis, Lance Rubin, and Jason SweetTooth Williams, Broadway Bounty Hunter received its world premiere at Barrington Stage in 2016. The off-Broadway premiere is directed and choreographed by Jennifer Werner.

Broadway Bounty Hunter is inspired by the exploitation movies of the 1970s. Annie Golden leads the cast as Annie, a down-on-her-luck actor of a certain age who is asked to become a bounty hunter and capture a South American drug lord. The musical is described as chronicling "a woman's journey to find her inner strength and true badass identity — and save the theater."

The company is also includes Alan H. Green as Lazarus, Brad Oscar as Mac Roundtree, Emily Borromeo as Shiro Jin, Badia Farha as Sienna, Jasmine Forsberg as Cortnie and Indigo, Omar Garibay as Spark Plug and Director, Jared Joseph as Felipe, Christina Sajous as Claudine Machine and Janessa, and Emilie Battle and Ian Coulter-Buford as swings. Anne L. Nathan performs the title role at Saturday matinee performances.