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Thursday, 10 February 2011

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A British play about the collapse of Enron is to close on Broadway, folding with a loss of up to $4m (£2.6m). The show had only run for 15 weeks and sales had been disastrous.

In light of this failure, plans for a number of other Broadway productions scheduled for 2010 have also been scrapped , the most exciting being -


"The Life and Times of Bill Gates"

"Texting - The Musical"

"American Healthcare Reform 2"

"Madonna - The Adoption Years"

"Oil Slick - The Director's Cut"

"The Tea Party Papers"

"Wikileaks Unplugged"

"100 Things You Didn't Know About Hedgefunds And Were Too
Scared To Ask"

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