MURDER BALLAD Closes Today at Union Square Theatre

By: Jul. 21, 2013
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The Off-Broadway production of Murder Ballad will close today, July 21 at the Union Square Theatre (100 East 17th Street). The show will have played 17 preview performances and 70 regular performances. MURDER BALLAD began previews on Tuesday, May 7 and opened Wednesday, May 22.

A love triangle gone wrong, Murder Ballad centers on Sara, an Upper West Sider who seems to have it all, but whose downtown past lingers enticingly and dangerously in front of her. This sexy, explosive new musical explores the complications of love, the compromises we make, and the betrayals that can ultimately undo us.

A theatrical experience not to be missed, the Union Square Theatre was completely redesigned to accommodate the immersive staging for Murder Ballad.

MURDER BALLAD is produced at the Union Square Theatre by Manhattan Theatre Club Productions, Inc.; Niclas Nagler; Richard Frankel; Tom Viertel; Steven Baruch;Marc Routh; Simone Genatt Haft; Susanne Adamski; and Scott M. Delman.

The world premiere recording of Murder Ballad, produced by Michael Croiter, is available on Yellow Sound Label. The album is available on Amazon, iTunes, and elsewhere music is sold. For additional information, visit:

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Photo Credit: Joan Marcus