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Greed: A Musical for Our Times to Close Off-Broadway

Greed: A Musical for Our Times to Close Off-Broadway
Neal Mayer, Julia Burrows & James Donegan in 'Greed'
The production will shutter April 19.

Greed: A Musical for Our Times is to close off-Broadway. The production will end its open-ended premiere engagement after the evening performance on April 19 at New World Stages. Written by Michael Roberts and directed by Christopher Scott, the show officially opened on April 3.

What do Jamie Dimon, Lance Armstrong, Pope Francis and Bernie Madoff have in common? They all appear in Greed. The musical comedy's targets range from Ponzi schemes to the not-so-subtle sales pitches of retirement planners and mortgage bundlers. With numbers like “A Little Juice,” “Inside Information,” “I'll Cheat On My Taxes” and “The Ballad of Jamie Dimon,” Greed takes aim at the obvious, and not so obvious, offenders.

The cast of Greed includes Tony nominee Stephanie D’Abruzzo, Julia Burrows, James Donegan and Neal Mayer.

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