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Zachary Levi Makes Emotional FIRST DATE Curtain Call Speech At Final Performance

January 6
4:49 PM 2014

Zachary Levi Makes Emotional FIRST DATE Curtain Call Speech At Final PerformanceBroadway newcomer and popular TV personality Zachary Levi just finished his run as headliner of the contemporary romance-themed musical FIRST DATE on Broadway and a clip of the star's emotional curtain call speech at the final performance is now available to view thanks to a fan capture.

"Seeing you guys at the stage door and at the curtain call - just being able to make you happy and make you laugh; that's what we dream about," Levi said, visibly barely holding back tears.

"Thank you so much for coming!" he concluded.

After all, every date has to end eventually!

Of note, FIRST DATE opened at the Longacre Theatre on Broadway on August 8 and closed yesterday, January 5, 2014, having clocked in 174 regular performances and 34 previews.

For more information on FIRST DATE, visit BroadwayWorld's page on the show here.

View a clip of Zachary Levi's curtain call speech from the final performance of FIRST DATE below.

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