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Broadway’s Neil Diamond Musical ‘A Beautiful Noise’ Sets June Closing

Broadway’s A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical will play its final performance on Sunday, June 30, before launching a national tour this fall, producers announced today.

The musical, which began previews on November 2, 2022, at the Broadhurst Theatre and opened that year on December 4, will have played 35 preview performances and 657 regular performances when it closes.

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The announcement was made today by producers Ken Davenport and Bob Gaudio, who said the production had grossed nearly $63M as of this week.

The musical, which charts the life and career of pop superstar Diamond and includes such hits as “Sweet Caroline,” “Cherry, Cherry” and “Solitary Man,” has seen up-and-down attendance in recent months, with figures for last week indicating that attendance was at just 65% of capacity. The show was one of only several that did not play to attendance of more than 90% capacity during the busy Presidents Day holiday week.

A North American tour will kick off this fall in Providence, Rhode Island.

“Neil’s music has brought unadulterated joy to billions of people across the world,” said producer Davenport in a statement. “Everyone at A Beautiful Noise is proud to say that we had a small hand in telling his inspiring life story on Broadway and sharing in that jubilation with our audiences. As the North American tour prepares to launch this fall, I look forward to A Beautiful Noise spreading the love to countless others.”

A Beautiful Noise, directed by Michael Mayer and choreographed by Steven Hoggett, currently stars American Idol winner Nick Fradiani as Diamond during his career heyday (Mark Jacoby plays the character in old age). Also in the cast are Amber Ardolino, Shirine Babb, Becky Gulsvig, Michael McCormick, Tom Alan Robbins and Bri Sudia.

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