There is no way around that. Many of us have worked long and hard to get Tale to Broadway and to have it close so soon is disheartening to say the least.
I began working on the show in 2004. Knowing that the message of love and hope was so important to us in our world today, it quickly became the driving factor in my professional life to see this show come to life.
In spite of all this we did it. We did what thousands of people only try to do...we got a show to Broadway and we got a good show...no...a great show to Broadway.
We are all extremely proud of the work we are doing on that stage and there is no question of our devotion to the piece. Our audiences have been nothing short of stellar and to me that is the true test of our show. So thank you all for your support and commitment to Tale.
There is much more ahead and much more to discuss, much more to see and much more hear.
Keep your eyes peeled for some fun and interesting news in the next couple of days.
And remember that Tale teaches us to look beyond the immediate, to look beyond self and to know that there is a larger purpose for life. No matter what you believe in terms of "spirituality" or even if you don't believe in "spirituality" at all...I truly believe that life is bigger than the individual and as a collective we can reach much greater heights.