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Last Act: Closed Shows on Broadway
A look at shows that recently shut their doors on Broadway.

Hairspray on Broadway

Harvey Fierstein and Marissa Jaret Winokur perform in "Hairspray."  The musical, which was performed at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York City, grossed $252 million during its entire run, according to the Broadway League.  The musical closed on Jan. 4, 2009.

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Spring Awakening on Broadway

Members of the cast of "Spring Awakening" perform at the 2007 Tony Awards.  "Spring Awakening" grossed $57 million during its run at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in New York City, according to the Broadway League.  "Spring Awakening" had its last performance on Jan. 18, 2009.

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Young Frankenstein on Broadway

Roger Bart, Christopher Fitzgerald, and Sutton Foster perform a scene from "Young Frankenstein" at the Hilton Theatre in New York City.  The producers of the show chose not to disclose attendance or gross figures, according to the Broadway League.  The musical closed on Jan. 4, 2009.

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Avenue Q on Broadway

Members of the "Avenue Q" cast pose at a news conference in Las Vegas.  "Avenue Q" grossed $117 million as of June 21, 2009, according to the Broadway League.  The musical was performed at the John Golden Theatre in New York City.  Avenue Q recently had its last performance on Sept. 13, 2009.

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Xanadu on Broadway

Kerry Butler in a scene from "Xanadu" performed at the 2008 Tony Awards.  The Broadway League says the musical grossed $17 million during its run at the Helen Hayes Theatre in New York City.  "Xanadu" closed on Oct. 12, 2009.

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Rent on Broadway

The cast of "Rent" performs a scene.  According to the Broadway League, "Rent" grossed $247 million while it was performed at the Nederlander Theatre in New York City.  "Rent" had its last performance on Sept. 7, 2008.

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Monty Python's Spamalot on Broadway

Hank Azaria, David Hyde Pierce, and Tim Curry at the premiere of "Monty Python's Spamalot" in New York City.  Performed in the Shubert Theatre, the musical grossed $168 million, according to the Broadway League, before closing on Jan. 11, 2009.

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Last Act: Closed Shows on Broadway

A look at shows that recently shut their doors on Broadway.

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