The bluegrass musical "Bright Star," which failed to win a Tony on Sunday, is going into the Broadway sunset.

Steve Martin and the cast of 'Bright Star' perform onstage during the 70th Annual Tony Awards at The Beacon Theatre on June 12, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)

The complex love story set against the American South written by comedy god Steve Martin and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Edie Brickell will close June 26. It will have played some 140 performances.

The show earned five Tony nominations but hasn't set the box office alight, earning less than 60 percent of its $912,000 weekly potential.

Martin and Brickell have recorded two albums together, including the Grammy-winning "Love Has Come for You," but "Bright Star" is their first musical. The idea was sparked by the common love they share for musical theater.

The musical introduced Broadway audiences to Carmen Cusack, who made a tremendous debut and earned a Tony nomination for lead actress.

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