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'Lone Star Love' isn't going to N.Y.

September 25, 2007|From the Associated Press

"Lone Star Love" is headed for the last roundup.

The twangy, Texas-flavored musical inspired by Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor" has canceled its Broadway engagement and instead will close out of town. The show will shut down Sunday at the conclusion of its 26-performance Seattle tryout, the musical's producers said Monday.

The $6.5-million production stars Randy Quaid as a buffoonish Col. John Falstaff, and its onstage band features members of the country group Red Clay Ramblers. The musical had been scheduled to open Dec. 3 in New York at the Belasco Theatre.

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