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A scene from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” on Broadway (Joan Marcus)
A scene from the Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” on Broadway (Joan Marcus)

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Slow sales doom Stratford’s Broadway production of ‘JC Superstar’ Add to ...

The Stratford Shakespeare Festival’s Broadway production of Jesus Christ Superstar will close on July 1, a spokesperson for the festival confirmed Tuesday.

Artistic director Des McAnuff's revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber's rock opera was a critical and box office hit in Stratford and La Jolla, Calif., but opened to mixed reviews in New York in March.

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Despite being nominated for best musical revival at the Tony Awards, it has been struggling at the box office, pulling in less than $500,000 a week in recent weeks.

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