If Michael Moore admitted to voting for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, it would not be much of a surprise.
Despite his constant complaining about the president, the filmmaker has used the man as a platform to launch a much-needed career comeback. The problem? Nobody seems that interested in Moore coming back.
After releasing a last-minute film titled “Michael Moore in TrumpLand” last year to capitalize on the presidential election, Moore dove head first into Broadway. His play, titled “The Terms of My Surrender,” just wrapped a 13-week run with a grand total of $4.2 million from the box office, according to Broadway World.
“The Glass Menagerie,” the play that occupied the same theater before Moore’s “Surrender,” managed to make $5.4 million after 85 shows. Moore’s play had 83 performances.
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