Broadway’s ‘KPOP’ The Musical is set to close after only 17 official performances

KPOP The musical will have its final Broadway performance on December 11 after only 17 official performances.

After a series of previews that first began in mid-October, the musical officially opened on November 27 at the Circle in the Square Theatre. It will have its final performance on Broadway next week on December 11th. KPOP would play 44 previews and a total of 17 official performances on its final day.

According to Game sheet, KPOP The final show will be dedicated to the Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. It will also include a special event featuring a panel discussion that “celebrates and features AAPI representation on the Broadway stage.” Panelists include David Henry Hwan, the first Asian-American playwright to win a Tony; Helen Park, Composer KPOP and was also the first Asian female composer on Broadway; Korean playwright Hansol Jung; as well as Pun Bandhu of the Asian American Executive Action Coalition.

Gold House, supported by Asian American Foundation with Asian American Performers Coalition and Ma-Yi Theater Company, 200 free tickets KPOP The final show is being pitched to the AAPI community.

However, the show has announced that the original Broadway cast recording album will be released on February 24, 2023. game sheet, Recorded by famous music producer Harvey Manson Jr. produces.

Gacha; before … KPOP Broadway debut, featuring producers Tim Forbes and Joey Parnes KPOP as something “no one has ever seen on stage, with epic production values, catchy songs, full of passion and heart”. Speaking about lead singer Luna, a former member of K-pop quartet f(x), the duo said, “No one in the K-pop world embodies these elements better than Luna. We are thrilled to introduce Broadway audiences to one of the world’s most exciting musical stars.”

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