‘The Cher Show’ Announces Closing Date Of Broadway Run

“The Cher Show,” the critically acclaimed Broadway musical show inspired by pop music icon Cher, will close on August 18.

The musical opened on Broadway on December 3, 2017 and will have played 34 previews and 296 regular performances by its final curtain at the Neil Simon Theatre.

The bio-musical was written by Rick Elice and directed by Jason Moore. The show, which was produced by Cher, Flody Suarez and Jeffrey Seller, won Tony awards for star Stephanie Block and costume designer Bob Mackie.

A national tour of the show is set to launch in October 2020 with a premiere in Rochester, New York.

“Telling Cher’s life story on Broadway has been a joy,” Suarez said in a statement. “Watching audiences relive her empowering story through six decades worth of iconic songs, movies, costumes and relationships has been incredible.”

“We look forward to taking this inspiring message on the road next year,” he added. “We are incredibly thankful to this brilliant cast and crew.”

“The Cher Show” tells the story of Cher, with three different singer-actresses depicting different periods of her career.

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