The Broadway musical “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” inspired by the music and lyrics of the popular rapper Tupac Shakur, will close on Sunday after failing to attract theatergoers after six weeks of performances.

In a statement on Monday night, one of the lead producers, Eric L. Gold, blamed the show’s closing on “the financial burdens of Broadway” and added, “I was unable to sustain this production longer in order to give it time to bloom on Broadway.” Mr. Gold also recently told Variety that he made a “rookie mistake” by underestimating the amount of capital necessary to keep the $8 million show running.

Read it at NY Times.