Michael Moore probably thought leftists would flock to his Trump-bashing show on Broadway but things haven’t worked out as planned. In fact, the show has been a financial bomb.
It’s Official: Broadway Hates Michael Moore
It hasn’t been a good day for Michael Moore.
Yes, the reverberation of Donald Trump Jr. owning his ample ass on Twitter is still being felt with each successive re-tweet as the left-wing provocateur flailed wildly in his attempt to politicize Hurricane Irma, but that’s not even the worst part of Moore’s miserable Monday.
No, Moore’s awful day was really destroyed when he saw the weekly grosses for his one-man Broadway show and realized how thoroughly he has been rejected by the New York theatre audience.
This week’s figures won’t be made public for another couple days… but we hear it’s pretty ugly.
According to Broadway World’s reporting of the weekly gross receipts for the run of the limited engagement production,”The Terms of My Surrender” is in a downward spiral with numbers consistently at less than half of the show’s potential:
People in the Broadway industry are taking note of the paltry sales and whispers are already circulating that the numbers for the week ending September 10th will put the show in the sub-$275,000 range which is… really, really bad.
What a shame.
He can always go back to making deceptive anti-Republican movies.