The work is indeed nice, but it won't last forever -- Broadway's musical "Nice Work If You Can Get It" will be making a lot of people unemployed this June.
Producers said the Tony-nominated production will play its final performance on June 15 after 27 previews and 478 regular performances at the Imperial Theatre.
"Nice Work If You Can Get It" is a screwball romantic comedy that takes place in the 1920s and tells the story of a female bootlegger who meets a wealthy, often-drunken playboy, played by Matthew Broderick. He had said June 15 was his last show.
Book writer Joe DiPietro and director and choreographer Kathleen Marshall raided the Gershwin song catalog to cobble together a sumptuous score including "S'Wonderful" and "Fascinating Rhythm."
Judy Kaye and Michael McGrath received best supporting actors in a musical Tonys. The musical itself lost the best musical revival award to another show with Gershwin songs, "The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess."
Broderick has won two Tony Awards -- one in 1983 for his role in the "Brighton Beach Memoirs" and another in 1995 for the musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." He was also nominated for a Tony in 2001 for "The Producers."