"Children of a Lesser God" B'way revival closing

Berkshire Eagle staff

NEW YORK — Playbill.com is reporting that the Broadway revival of Mark Medoff's 1980 Tony Award-winning drama, "Children of a Lesser God," co-starring Joshua Jackson and 2018 Tony Award-nominee, Lauren Ridloff, in her Broadway debut, will end its run May 27 at Studio 54.

Directed by Kenny Leon, this production originated last summer at Berkshire Theatre Group's Fitzpatrick Main Stage in Stockbridge.

"Children of a Lesser God" began previews March 22 and officially opened April 11. Playbill.com says it will have played 23 previews and 54 regular performances upon closing.

According to weekly figures from the Broadway League, the revival is running at 70 per cent of weekly capacity at the 1,004-seat theater and grossing roughly one-third of its weekly $993,576 potential.


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