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'Mame' Won't Move to Broadway

Auntie Mame will not return to New York after all, at least in this go-round.

The Kennedy Center production of "Mame," the Jerry Herman musical about everybody's favorite madcap bohemian raising an orphaned nephew, will not transfer to Broadway, according to a report on

The New York Post had reported earlier that the Nederlanders and the Weisslers, two Broadway producers, had hoped to open a limited run of the show at the Palace Theatre beginning on July 15. Playbill reports that the cost of doing the musical — about $600,000 a week — prevented it from making the jump.

The Kennedy Center production runs through July 2.

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