Broadway musical "Holla if Ya Hear Me," created around the late Tupac Shakur's poems and lyrics, is in danger of being shut down for good. According to the NY Post, the show has had a disastrous run since it started last week, taking in a mere $170,000 last week. Reportedly, this figure makes the musical the lowest-grossing show on Broadway.

The show, which stars musician Saul Williams, had a similarly chaotic pre-production as rumors of it closing before the opening night overwhelmed the opening. Critics have been divided on the play, citing it's "heavy handed" story as the main cause of concern.

Sources told the NY Post that the show may see its doors close this Sunday. So, for those who are interested in checking it out, you may want to act quickly.

[via NYP]

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