“Tina” will play its final Broadway performance at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on Aug. 14.
At the time of closing, “Tina” will have played 27 preview performances and 482 regular performances.
“Tina” opened on Nov. 7, 2019. The show received 12 Tony Award nominations, with Adrienne Warren winning for her portrayal of the title character.
Following the industry shutdown, the musical reopened on Broadway on Oct. 8, 2021.
Producers Stage Entertainment, James L. Nederlander and Tali Pelman, in association with Tina Turner, shared that the show’s previously announced North American tour will open Sept. 14 in Providence.
“Tina” opened in London’s West End in 2018. In addition to that production and the Broadway company, the show has opened in Germany, the Netherlands and Spain. The tour will mark the sixth production of the show.
“To witness my story on the Broadway stage, created by the most talented artists, has been an incredible coda to a storied career,” said Turner. “Looking back on Opening Night on Broadway almost three years ago and remembering the love and support I received from my friends and the Broadway community is an experience I will not soon forget. For this Nutbush, TN native, it was a homecoming long overdue and it has been an honor and a privilege to share this story with audiences across the globe.”
“Tina’s name has lit up every major marquee around the world and that includes the lights of Broadway. For all of us, this has been the journey of a lifetime,” said Pelman. “On behalf of all the producers, we are so grateful for not only Tina’s trust in us, but to every person who has worked with us to make Tina’s dream a reality. We cannot wait to now bring this essential and triumphant story to cities across America.”