Bruce Springsteen will extend his “Springsteen on Broadway” run again, through Dec. 15. He also has announced that Dec. 15 will be the final New York show.
That leaves open, though, the question of whether he might present the autobiographical show, featuring mostly just himself (with his wife, Patti Scialfa, performing on two songs), in other cities.
Shows are now sold out through June 30. The 81 new shows, which begin on July 10, will go on sale March 28 at 11 a.m., through Ticketmaster Verified Fan.
According to a press release: “In order to recognize the tremendous number of fans who previously participated but have not had the opportunity to shop for tickets, for this onsale, only fans who previously registered, and have not purchased tickets, will be eligible to receive an invitation to the onsale. Eligible fans will receive additional information on Monday, March 26th to prepare in advance.
“A digital lottery will continue to operate through the extension for fans interested in purchasing tickets after the March 28th onsale. For details, visit www.luckyseat.com.”
By the time the run is over, the total number of shows at the Walter Kerr Theatre, at 219 W. 48th St., will be 236. [Not a valid template]