Producers postpone Broadway opening of 'Nick and Nora'

October 31, 1991|By New York Times

NEW YORK - The opening of "Nick and Nora," the only original musical announced for Broadway this year, has been postponed to Dec. 2.

The show, based on the martini-loving sleuths created by Dashiell Hammett in "The Thin Man," is in previews at the Marquis Theater. It was to have opened Nov. 10, with Barry Bostwick as Nick and Joanna Gleason as Nora.

"It doesn't mean the show is in trouble because it's being postponed," Elizabeth I. McCann, a producer of the show, said Wednesday. "Any musical can run into problems, and we're working on them."

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